Now serving you seconds with this festive Headhunter add-on for Borderlands 2; you won’t be starving for action when battling the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler. Fight off his hunger and finish him off, leaving you full with stories from Grandma Torgue plus delicious head and skins!
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Headhunter number two. This time the theme is Thanksgiving. In a nutshell: we have a television show, run by Mr. Torgue, accompanied by his equally muscular grandmother, and we hunt for a mutated giant turkey... And it even does not sound so absurd as it looks ... The hunting itself is a separate fairy tale I will not spoil in this review. I will say that if you like the narration by Mr. Torgue, you will not be disappointed.
The worst of the five headhunter packs, Wattle Gobbler throws the Vault Hunters into a weird mash-up of The Hunger Games and Thanksgiving. The brief story quests consists of you helping Mr. Torgue "High-Five" Flexington invade a kitchen so you can poison a giant turkey that is used in a Battle Royale-style arena fight. The quest ends in you slaying the turkey so Mr. Torgue can *ahem* eat him. At the end of the quest, you recieve a crummy turkey head for your character and are sent on your merry way. Where the other headhunter packs have extra sidequests after the main quest that provide extra loot and shooting, Wattle Gobbler only has two post-story quests: listening to Gramma Flexington and listening to Gramma Flexington some more. The rewards are awful, and listening to her is extremely boring. The map has a few hidden secrets, which are nice: and the boss is pretty fun to farm. Sadly, unless you are a long-haul Borderlands player, you won't get much enjoyment out of this pack.
This one is really cheap but worth every penny. It's fun for an hour or two, and the loot you will get here will be useful for a long time. Nothing else to say about it really.
This DLC is set in stunning fall colors, when I first teleported in I had to take the time to look around and enjoy the work that went into it. The game play itself is very entertaining but also it is a short and sweet DLC. What you have to realize is if you are paying 3.00 for DLC don't expect it to be as long as the 10.00 DLC. For me it was just as much fun just in a much shorter period of time. The turkey boss is fantastic, pretty easy to take down with....you guessed it fire. LOL cook the thanksgiving turkey. I will definitely play through it again and recommend it to anyone looking to add a little holiday fun to their game. The only drawback I could find was it made me crave a thanksgiving meal!
When this Headhunter pack came out, it got a lot of hate. People felt like Gearbox was trolling them, about half of this DLCs "content" is sitting around, listening to Torgue's grandma and answering her questions. Not something you can't just watch a video about...and that was about half the thing! The first Headhunter pack featured a bigger map with a lot more to do, while also having cool secrets that referenced classic horror flicks. This just feels less for the same price. I'd think twice before picking it up, even if it's on sale.
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