Reviews for Borderlands 2: Psycho Dark Psyche Pack


Okay, but where's the Shih Tzu?

Meistrikt | June 4, 2015 | See all Meistrikt's reviews »

Now, I don't think the gasmask and the tattoos go well together, but on their own, they look great. The gasmask with it's leather straps looks something you'd put on someone that needs to be restrained in a straitjacket ( so it fits Krieg perfectly), while the tattoos just scream "badass". As I said, not the best combination, but a pretty decent pickup for you Krieg fans out there... just be sure to actually HAVE Krieg before you purchase it!


Tattoos and Masks, The Equipment Of Every Sensible Psychopath

CrimsonWizard | Oct. 10, 2013 | See all CrimsonWizard's reviews »

The Dark Psyche Pack gives our endearingly nonsensical loony a decent looking gas mask and a nice body of tattoos. It's nice enough and distinctive, and while it certainly has one of the better bodies out of the costume packs for Krieg, honestly the head just seems a little mundane compared to the other options and the in-game costume heads you can already acquire. If you like part or the whole look, then go for it, but honestly I'd look at the other DLC costumes before you buy.


Great looking tattoos!

mahon | Aug. 7, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »

The Psycho Dark Psyche Pack adds another version to the psycho character for Borderlands 2. The Psycho was introduced to the game in one of the expansions (Psycho Pack to be more precise) and quickly became one of my favourites. Now you can enhance him with some new looks: He receives a new head with a sinister-looking gasmask and a new skin for his body - covered with some kind of tribal-style tattoos. Definitely one of the best bodies available for this character, even though I prefer a head from another pack. If you often play the multiplayer mode of Borderlands 2 and are a Psycho player, you will surely have use for this pack. Otherwise you need to decide if you really need another skin for psycho.