and at point I was stuck and couldn't advance due to bad guns compared to B2's bazillion and gazillion guns
27 October 2014
Summary: I never played this game ever until I was inspired to play after borderlands 2. But after playing Borderlands 2 , I tried to play it , and at point I was stuck and couldn't advance due to bad guns compared to B2's bazillion and gazillion guns.
Summary: This is a really cool game, but try going from two to this. such a downgrade as far as mechanics, smoothness of gameplay, voice acting and styleization. Still a great game, but BL2 is one of my alltime favorites.
Summary: The entertaining magic of Borderlands starts to dry out here. It's still enjoyable, but it doesn't have the quality that the Dr. Ned and General Knoxx DLC's have. It's interesting to see the Claptraps finally taking a stand and turning the tables, but other than that, this DLC is much like an opened...
Summary: Borderlands dlc's are for the most part - impressive - like mini expansions. This one does some right, some wrong. It's the most repetitive and mindless of the bunch. The environment is stunning - and small in size and scope. Only really taking up a few areas.
Summary: Better than Dr. Ned and Moxxi but not even approaching the quality of General Knoxx. Revolution has plenty of playtime but it's most filler, and it endlessly recycles old enemies and old bosses.
Summary: Feels kinda empty compared to the previous DLC's. Particularly when measured up to The Secret Armory of General Knoxx. Its more Borderlands I guess, but I feel this wasn't a necessary or worthy addition to the game. The previous DLC had more love put into them.
Summary: The DLC is not on the disk, instead you get a one-time use voucher to download it, which is the sole reason I did not give this a five star rating. I'm enjoying it immensely, but I've got to get all my fun in now, because if I ever want to uninstall it or have to get a new computer it's bye bye DLC.