Borderlands 2: Captain Scarlett & her Pirate's Booty
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Requires Borderlands 2 (base game on Steam) to play this DLC.
Enter Pirate Bay and brave a dangerous paradise in search of an ancient buried treasure. New areas, enemies, quests, and more loot await, but be prepared: the treasure is rumored to be guarded by the largest, most vicious creature on Pandora.
Please note: This is add-on content; Borderlands®2 required to play. This content is part of the Season Pass and will be available to Season Pass purchasers in game upon release. If you own the Borderlands 2 Season Pass, do not purchase this content, or you will be charged again.
Good Pirate FunRcoder97 | July 3, 2014 | See all Rcoder97's reviews »
This is Captain Scarlett & her Pirate's Booty the first story expansion to Borderlands 2. This dlc takes you to Oasis, a pirate wasteland full of worms and skeletons. The story is not the longest but it's a good length for a dlc that came out a month after the game launched. There are lots of side missions too. The characters in this dlc were particularly memorable and the environments are lovely. There are 2 raid bosses, each require a different strategy to conquer. The final boss is very fun too. The side missions are also very funny. With treasure everywhere I don't see why someone shouldn't get this dlc!
Fun but Short.coolronz | Jan. 26, 2014 | See all coolronz's reviews »
Interesting story, hilarious bad guys! But surprisingly short. Borderlands 2 in general has tons of side missions and time wasters. Felt more like a $5 DLC... Pretty sure I got in on sale for $5, or would be worth it if you went and bought the GOTY edition. I did really enjoy it, it was just really short, like 2 level ups to finish the campaign. Its a rating of 85 for $5, but for $10, its just not worth it due to being so short.
Jack of all trades but master of none.JetStreamJam | Dec. 29, 2013 | See all JetStreamJam's reviews »
with Captain Scarlett and her Pirate’s Booty: This DLC is so-and –so. It is not bad but it’s also not that great. The pirate theme was carried in the entire DLC and was a nice touch. However, the mobs and the quests get stale just too quickly. The voice over is still top notch since this is Borderlands.
Witty Dialogue and New Guns...What more do you want?TCass29 | Dec. 20, 2013 | See all TCass29's reviews »
Captain Scarlett is a great character. Sassy, sarcastic, and swashbuckling, she is the guiding force for the whole DLC and it works really well.
Of the 4 main 'story-based' DLCs, I'd say this is 3/4 behind TTAoDK and Torgue's, but it's still great. There are tons of new guns, enemies, easter eggs, environments, and quests to be shot, killed, found, explored, and conquered. It adds hours and content to an already superb game.
It works fine and do its jobthresher3253 | Oct. 12, 2013 | See all thresher3253's reviews »
This DLC does its job like it should: extend the life of Borderlands 2 by adding new areas, new enemies and a decent storyline while not being too much boring and repetitive than other similar additional contents, like the Mad Moxxi DLC for the first game. Plus the new bosses can be farmed for some really powerful and expensive loot and visuals are pretty good in some areas. Also, the new vehicle is very fun to use.