Reviews for Borderlands 2: Psycho Domination Pack
DecapitationMeistrikt | June 5, 2015 | See all Meistrikt's reviews »
First of all: you need Krieg to use this skin, if you don't have him (you didn't purchase BL2 GOTY Edition or the Psycho Pack), don't even consider picking this skin up! Now with that out of the way, I must say that's a rather underwhelming skin. The executioner's hood looks nice and all, but this character customization pack feels still underperforms in my opinion...but hey, if this is what you wish to look like ingame, go for it!
The Classical Attire of ButcheryCrimsonWizard | Oct. 10, 2013 | See all CrimsonWizard's reviews »
If you've enjoyed carving up people with your buzzsaw axes, why not pick up the hood to go with it? The Psycho domination pack gives you a really nice head so you can run around like an executioner spook along with the bloody chest to match. I admit, it's hard to do much with costumes when the character is supposed to be shirtless, but the head definitely gives Krieg a fresh look. Give it a try if you want to imagine the Psycho wielding over-sized axes into a gunfight.
Good head, bad skinnightassassin1 | Sept. 10, 2013 | See all nightassassin1's reviews »
Got this head for some fun showings on my YouTube channel. The skin itself is not very notable and has little difference from the normal skin of the character, but the head is nice. You can run around and have some funny antics with friends using this executioner's mask. It makes for good YouTube videos and some turned heads in online play, but $1 for this is kind of a bit much. 50c for this would be a bit more acceptable as only half of the pack (the head) is worth anything. I could see the head going for only 25c though due to it taking less time to create.
Creepy HoodConorEngelb | Aug. 9, 2013 | See all ConorEngelb's reviews »
The real selling point of this DLC is the creepy as hell hood it gives the Psycho. The blood-streaks on his chest don't really stand out, or feel like a substantial change, but the hood is good.
Mean and sinistermahon | Aug. 2, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »
Psycho Dark Psyche Pack adds just another skin for a Borderlands 2 character. But this time it's my favourite skin for one of my favourite characters, who unfortunately is not a part of the base game and you need the Psycho Pack expansion to play Psycho in Borderlands 2. Assuming you already have it, you need to consider if you want to get another skin for the character or not. The expansion is by no means essential or required for good gameplay experience. It is more aimed at multiplayer gamers who would like to customize their Psycho characters. And I must say it does its job in a brilliant way, even if "brilliant" doesn't seem to suit Psycho too well. The new incarnation of Psycho is dark and sinister. With gore-covered body and executioner-style hood he looks meaner than ever before. And I think it breaks away from the gasmask-wearing style, which surely adds some variety.