Conclusion: If they had gone the route of the Metro Redux collection and sold it for $69.95, or $34.95 for each game separately, it would be easier to recommend for people that might only want to play the Pre-Sequel, since it was originally released on last gen consoles and anybody that upgraded and didn’t hold...
Conclusion: With two mahoosive games and a ton of additional content stuffed into the box, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is well worth the asking price, what with its sharp, pimped-out visuals and what not.
Conclusion: Just listen to him joke about killing one of your friends Takeaways + Mechromancer character class is fun to play + Badass Rank perks add depth to character development - Backtracking to turn in quests and receive rewards - The in-game map is hard to interpret at times - Character development slows...
Summary: Borderlands 2 has already provided hours upon hours of gameplay when the game was released the game last year and the folks at Gearbox have kept releasing more and more DLC packs to give you even more baddies to shoot, levels to attain, and of course, loot to collect.
Excerpt: Gearbox Software is one of the few game studios that can keep a player from moving on to a new game by providing badass DLC. Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep is just that, badass. Vault Hunters only after the jump.
Summary: You know how sometimes a certain piece of downloadable content comes along like, for instance, Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare or Fallout: New Vegas’s Old World Blues that looks like a whole different game compared to the original?
Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep Review
1 July 2013
Summary: Frankly, this is DLC done right. While Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt failed to resonate with many, there was still the Campaign of Carnage and Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty to live up to, and Assault on Dragon Keep storms such lofty heights with ease.