Reviews for Borderlands 2: Psycho Madness Pack


Utter madness

999flame | Aug. 8, 2014 | See all 999flame's reviews »

This is purely a cosmetic DLC, however, it's my favorite of the Psycho customization DLCs because it encompasses the spirit of Krieg completely and is hilarious. Whenever I see someone wearing this head in-game I chuckle to myself a little bit.


It's The Perfect Disguise, No One Will Suspect Me! *stab*

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

In this unusual costume DLC, our resident playable Psycho puts on a wanted poster of himself after his body has had a few round in prison. How does the paper mask stay on in a gunfight? How did a badass like Krieg even get caught long enough for a prisoner number? Who cares, it's a cool, yet hilarious look. The body itself is a bit standard, but I can't argue with Krieg's latest idea for a mask. Give it a go if you want to give your friends a laugh before terrorizing your enemies.


Really mean pack

mahon | Aug. 6, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »

Stay away from this one if you don't want to pay for additional skins for your characters...

...but Borderlands 2 is a game on the border of action shooter and RPG, and many RPG players like customizing their characters. The same can be said about multiplayer gamers, and multiplayer mode is where Borderlands 2 shines. So if you're a Borderlands 2 player, you are likely to want your psycho to look different from the standard version, to make him your own. And this is where this set can be handy - if you already purchased the psycho pack and enabled the character, now you can use an additional skin and a new head.

While the body alone doesn't look particularly thrilling, it is the face alone that justifies purchase of this pack. The face looks very cool, with a 'wanted' poster covering the psycho's head. It makes it obvious to see that the character is not somebody to be messed with. And that's what you want your psychos to look, isn't it?