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
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...
Review: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty Borderlands 2 DLC
New Gamer Nation
30 October 2012
Conclusion: In terms of sheer amount of content, Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty might be a steal at $9.99. If you do play and enjoy it, spring for the season pass (as long as you can afford it).
Excerpt: It's been less than a month since Gearbox Software's ridiculously good FPS Borderlands 2 was released, and the developer has been pretty busy since. They released the promised DLC for the fifth playable class, the Mechromancer, a week early - but the bigger surprise was the rather abrupt...
Excerpt: was released, and the developer has been pretty busy since. They released the promised DLC for the fifth playable class, the Mechromancer, a week early - but the bigger surprise was the rather abrupt announcement and release of the first story DLC: