Taking off for Wam Bam Island for some relaxation? Mayhem catches up with the Vault Hunters when Sir Hammerlock gets kidnapped by the terrible Son of Crawmerax in this fifth and final Headhunter Pack - save him with the help of Crazy Earl and pick up some souvenir heads and skins along the way. But watch out, Sparky Flynt is looking to heat things up and give you more than a sun burn.
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This is one of the most beautiful DLCs I've ever played! Great mission progression and background music. You're finally taken away from the chaos that's surrounding Pandora and its continuous robotic madness to see a wonderful "clear" scenery. I really recommend this one because, leaving the awesome fight with the Invincible Son aside and all the loot available, there's another "hidden" enemy mini-boss that many people seek because of his drops (and rarity): Triple O (the nickname of Omnd-Omnd-Ohk). It's a guaranteed amount of fun trying to spawn him around the place. I'd even recommend to get it on full price because of the tremendous fun, but there's always a discount on these Headhunter missions for BL2, so you might want to wait a bit to get it half-priced. But, of course, it'll be worth every penny you pay for it.
I really like this DLC, the best investment I made, the truth that is worth very much is very extensive map and fun.
This being the last Borderlands 2 DLC, people expected a lot from it, especially when they heard the almighty Crawmerax's offspring will be here for revenge. Interestingly enough it's not the giant crabworm, but the writing, voice acting and visuals are what carry this experience ( surprised? I just described the strongest points of any and all headhunter pack ), such as when the old Vault Hunter crew reminisce about the Crawmerax fight. "Remember that ledge?" - Does this line fill you with a sense of nostaglia? If so, I truly think you should pick this one up. If you haven't even heard of "that ledge", well, there'll be plenty of interesting things happening to the current set of Vault Hunters too, albeit mostly just setup / sequelbait. If only the Son had inherited his father's "quality-lootsplosionness", this would've been a much better Headhunter pack.
This final Headhunter DLC Pack throws in some of the same kinds of gameplay that was present in Borderlands 1, mainly small, heart-pounding skirmishes and finally a huge near-impossible boss to defeat. All in all I had a lot of fun with this DLC, and it's a really nice conclusion to the Headhunter DLCs.
This headhunter pack is full of unique and interesting things you wouldn't expect from a headhunter pack. It has several new assets to the game like the treasure varkids, and an actual raid boss rather than those other pushover bosses from the previous headhunter packs. While the son of crawmerax may not drop as much loot as his father from Borderlands 1, it is still pretty rewarding to take him down. Overall this pack offered a great experience that all Borderlands fans should play.
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