Conclusion: Surely, there will be people who are so hungry to play Borderlands 2 on-the-go, that they’ll be willing to put up with the Vita version’s issues, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t there. Borderlands 2 is a great game, full stop.
Conclusion: Mercenary Day is easily the most successful of Borderlands 2’s Headhunter Packs, thanks to how well it captures the wit and creativity of the series. Its off-kilter take on holiday cheer kept me smiling for a half hour, but the content it offers is still too sparse and too similar to what’s come...
Pros: Holiday humor, Sense of place, Fun, familiar gameplay
Excerpt: I’m feeling a little sad right now as I have had to retire Mordecai the Hunter at level 69 with a bloodwing that has pillaged it’s way through many a loot drop, come face to face with the destroyer, made Moxxi moist by playing her bizarre game of Horde, defeated ninja claptraps and with a little...
Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep Review
2 July 2013
Summary: Assault on Dragon Keep delivers the laughs and gunplay you'd expect, but it also offers a lot of poignancy and a lot of touching moments while borrowing basically no assets from the base game. Despite some annoyances, this is a fantastic close to Borderlands 2, and comes highly recommended.
Excerpt: You may not know this, but Gearbox Software has been quietly outsourcing at least part of the development of their Borderlands 2 DLC packs to various developers. Plano, TX developer Triptych made Captain Scarlett and her Pirate's Booty while California-based The Workshop made my favorite BL2 DLC so...
Borderlands 2: Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt review
17 January 2013
Summary: Big Game Hunt is certainly worth a play if you've got the Season Pass, but if you're buying it by itself then its numerous weaknesses make it harder to recommend. It's not bad, but it's not Campaign of Carnage.