Don’t lose your head in the Halloween-themed TK Baha’s Bloody Harvest; where the candy isn’t chocolate and there are more tricks than treats. Help zombie T.K. Baha take down the terrifying Pumpkin King, and add a new set of heads and skins to your collection. This is the first in a series of Headhunter packs for Borderlands 2; check out the new story path, bosses, heads and skins!
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Is very good DLC, I really liked what they did with the map, are very good the new weapons also the borderland is a game that I recommend very, very good shooter.
I have to say I loved loved the Halloween DLC for Borderlands, the zombies were so much fun! I was expecting much of the same from this one but it's definitely its own DLC. TK is back and just as dead as ever and demanding as ever, he's great as usual. The skeletons are a pain in the ass and there are hordes of them. The trick or treat candy is a cool little thing to pick up but the rings they put around you I found annoying so I only used them as needed. I love Halloween, my favorite holiday so obviously I loved the theme of this one. I took my time and looked around, oh be sure you do that because you must find some hidden goodies to unlock the church. I won't spoil it and tell you what to find just explore. This DLC was quick to play through but at it's price you should add it to your Borderlands 2 experience. If you are like me you won't just play it once. Borderlands is not the kind of game you let collect dust and the DLC goes with it! Run over grab your copy today and blow off some steam on some great halloween monsters!
First off this is a mere bite of Borderlands 2, where the other DLC were a decent meal. Instead of a string of main quests plus a bunch of side quests, this is basically a single, multi-objective quest line. The weird part with this DLC is the difficulty curve. Being released over a year after the base game, and since DLC is naturally targeted at the more invested players, it was very odd to me that the level was set so low. We're talking speed-run, super murder god, for a character that had simply beat the main game and story DLC. That being said the theme diverged nicely from the base game and almost more importantly it's priced decently fairly. Found on sale and for less than a buck this is certainly worth it for most Borderlands 2 fans.
...although I would've liked to see him getting a bigger role than just a Headhunter quest provider. This one being the first Headhunter pack, set the trend for the rest of it's brethren: basically glorified skinpacks, they offered a few foes to kill and a few errands to run while a few characters from the franchise talk and joke around as you spend time in a nice looking environment. Worth the price for skin collectors and avid Borderlands fans who know who TK Baha is.
This is a small bit of DLC compared to some of the other content for this game, but it's still good. It can be completed in under an hour, or, if you take the time to explore, you can get 2+ hours out of it. there are Easter eggs, a secret boss (with a very high chance to drop the pyrophobia), and enemies drop candies with bonuses like +defense, ammo regen, +damage, and +speed. All in all, definitely worth the price.
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