Angry Joe & The Angry Army roleplays some Borderlands 2 GOTY Tiny Tina D&D Goodness! Come watch!
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Tiny Tina is one of the best video game character´s. I just can´t keep from smiling when i hear that lovely voice, and all the profanities coming from it.
:35 Holy crap, was that Seth Rogen? 😛
I just remember people complaining like crazy about pretty much all of them except Tina’s.
But it’s really justifiable, they really half assed ones like the hammerlock one..
Kind of amazing that the Colonial Marines game became peoples target instead of the DLC for a long while.
As far as I know the GOTY version has all the content DLC up to, but not including the Ultimate Vault Hunters Upgrade Pack 2. One of the neat things about Borderlands 2 is they’re still making more content DLC for it, the fore mentioned DLC came out in early Sept., while the GOTY release came out a month later. There’s still a bunch of character skins not in the GOTY version, but the really important stuff is in it and those skins are pretty cheap ($0.99 US), just wait for a Steam sale and you could likely pick them up for next to nothing if any interest you.
When you do a shadow warrior review?
My opinion on the DLCs is as following:
The idea of a dried out ocean and sand pirates is interesting, but not in the Borderlands universe as there is too much sand already. Would have been better if the ocean was still there as it made it stand out from the rest of the game.
While the enviroment is the same old, Torgue is a fun character and the interactions between the cast is amusing. The utter madness of the DLC makes it stand out and feel fresh.
Should have been more heavily forested and less dead-looking. The new enemies and the ones returning from the first game were fun, but due to the lack of colorful flora makes it feel like the same old.
The biggest, most fun and unique one so far. The idea of being part of a tabletop roleplaying game with a questionable game master is something I have never seen before and done perfectly here. It really feels like how the Borderlands populace would interpret a fantasy world, complete with orcs looking like creatures more fit for Pandora than generic fantasy (they resemble humanoid bullymongs).
I can tell just by your fighting style Joe, you don’t play Borderlands very much, or at least not with that class. Not to mention your 53 character was boosted (49 unspent points?).
But other then that, your right Tina’s DLC is by far the best one, my friends and I loved every second of it. Skip the Hammerlock one, that one is boring as hell.
Holla Holla Holla!