Road to Riches through Glitches in Borderlands 2
I am a guilty glitch aficionada; my shameless idea of fun is watching people exploit Skyrim on YouTube all day. My career as a Vault Hunter has temporairly stiffled my video viewing, though.
Naturally, Joe asked me to be his player 2. Let’s be honest; his generic Commando butt would be nothing without my Phaselock.
By the way, did you know some bloke already dinged fifty? I wonder if he pooped during his marathon, or if he even ate to induce said poop. I digress!
From what I’ve played, Borderlands 2 is as polished as a fifty hour game is allowed to be. In fact, my experience on Pandora has been near spotless; high-five, Gearbox! Too much of a good thing lead me to believe something fishy was afoot, however.
I scoured YouTube for a good lot of Borderlands 2 anomalies, and I’ve collected the most beneficial of the bunch:
“MakeSamichWoman” is the most original YouTuber handle yet, and the societal rebel in possession of it is clearly excited to show you a weapon duplication glitch. In the event you acquire rare pew pew, you know what to do; until they inevitably patch it, that is.
If you can’t be arsed to, uh, play a game you purchased to play, just repeatedly shoot up the same Psycho for a whopping 150,000+ EXP. As if I need another reason to call Tiny Tina the best character ever.
Excitable Joe accidently opened his precious chest in Sanctuary at the hilarious level of three; a loud curse and silent sob immediately followed. Luckily, infinite golden key tutorials are aplenty for console and PC people alike, although many have been reported as fixed. As a snooty member of the Premiere Club, go ahead and ignore this video unless “greedy Butt Stallion” is an accurate description of you.
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