Borderlands 2: Mr Torgue's Campaign of Carnage
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Requires Borderlands 2 (base game) to use this DLC.
"If you want to know what Borderlands 2 is all about, Campaign of Carnage is the perfect crash course." - IGN.com
"Like Borderlands 2 itself (and the Captain Scarlett DLC), once you defeat the final boss, you unlock an all new set of missions and many more hours' worth of stuff to do. It's the type of surprise that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy -- like Gearbox appreciates my continued patronage of Pandora." - Gamespy.com
Enter “Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage” and see if you have what it takes to become champion of this brand new storyline in Borderlands 2. Fight for the Big Loot against some of the baddest baddies in Pandora, including hordes of Biker Bandits. Plus, take special quests from Tiny Tina, Moxxi and others for extra rewards. And don’t forget to bring your friends -- those higher levels get pretty tough.
Immerse yourself in the Badass Crater of Badassitude and explore never-before-seen parts of Pandora.
New Bosses and Enemies:
Face off against hordes of new enemies and bosses including Pyro Pete, Motor Momma, Badassaurus Rex, and a blimp.
Raise havoc with the help of new characters like Piston and Mr. Torgue as well as returning favorites Tiny Tina, Sir Hammerlock, Mad Moxxi, and more!
More Adventures, More Gear, and More Explosions:
Explode your problems away with crazy new weapons as you fight your way through an all-new story with sidequests aplenty.
Get in a good old fashioned bar brawl, try to survive a death race, get your gladiator on, and more.
Mr Torgue yes his Grandma ugh!glitter34 | Sept. 3, 2015 | See all glitter34's reviews »
Most of this DLC was fun, I love Torgue's Randy Savage type personality. He's always great fun to listen to and in this instance work for. I was having a great time with the whole thing until the "Grandma" quest. OH MY GOD, could they drag it out any longer? The quest was to listen to grandma and answer her question. Well don't get it wrong or you have to listen again and the challenge is to stay focused as she goes on and on and on and on.....well you get the point! Just when you think you are done she has a part 2! It's like the devs ran out of ideas on this one. Still I am glad I have it because as I said the rest of the DLC is very entertaining and fun to play. So I do suggest you get your copy now just watch out for Granny :)
Ehhh, could've been better...Meistrikt | June 4, 2015 | See all Meistrikt's reviews »
Subjective is what comes to mind, as looking around I only see positive reviews and high numbers. Well, it's important to see the other side of the coin, I guess. I was really looking foward to this when I got it and was subsequently very disappointed. Yes, Mr. Torgue is hilarious, there's some Tiny Tina thrown in for good measure ( which I appreciate, she's the BOMB), I also liked Piston, and legendary weapon Unkempt Harold being available here is, well a godsent. However, that's about all the good things I can think of in this DLC. New enemies are few and far between ( those goddamn bulletsponge knuckleheads), no new vehicle, quests that are only bearable because of voice acting? Bland bossbattles except for the Badassasaurus fight, which is simply frustrating beyond relief? Oh and don't get me started on the "Vault" that opens after you kill it! The whole premise was "hey we found a big alien vault and there's a tournament going on to decide who's gonna open it". You can get better loot out of a flock of Rakk's! The saving grace here is Pyro Pete, who's my favourite raidboss in all of BL2. He's fun to fight, he's rewarding, he's everything you could ask for and a little bit more. Without Pyro Pete the Invincible or the amazing work of a few talented voice actors / actresses and writers, this wouldn't worth half of it's asking price.
A Giant Dose of Wacky Borderlands Humorbwrussell | May 6, 2015 | See all bwrussell's reviews »
One of the hallmarks of Borderlands has always been its sharp writing and dry humor. This DLC is not that. It feels like the Mr. Torgue character was conceived as a way for the writers to just let off steam and get out all of the asinine and over-the-top stuff that wouldn't fit in the main story, and I love it. Somehow it manages to be stupid and random yet still clever. Outside of the humor I was also a fan of premise. Even though you're still just running back and forth between places killing enemies and collecting loot it felt less contrived due to how it was set-up. Traversing the different areas really felt like you were in the middle of a long running fight-to-the-death tournament due to some pretty good world building for a piece of DLC. Overall this was my favorite of the story DLC. The reason? It was plain and simply fun. The random humor and premise all come together into a complete package that moment-to-moment is the most enjoyable extension to the Borderlands 2 world available. If the lighter side of Pandora is your jam then don't pass up Mr. Torgue and his Campaign of Carnage.
Become the Ultimate Badass!Rcoder97 | July 3, 2014 | See all Rcoder97's reviews »
Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage is the second story expansion for Borderlands 2. Your goal is to succeed among the ranks to become the #1 badass in the land. The story itself is quite a few missions that are hysterical thanks to Mr. Torgue's ridiculous commentary. There are lots of side missions plus a new raid boss to challenge yourself. This dlc also adds new guns like the Unkempt Harold. I liked it but didn't absolutely love it.
Hysterical!!!coolronz | April 15, 2014 | See all coolronz's reviews »
Mr. Torgue is smack talking muscle bound dude with attitude! This is by far the funniest DLC. Once you complete the main quest, a lot more content is unlocked. I enjoyed this DLC by far the most so far. Mr. Torgue is by far the best background commentator, he's got Hulk Hogan of the 80s one liners, don't miss this one!