The mayhem doesn’t have to end! Continue the Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel experience with the Character & Season pass, featuring more characters, challenges, and missions! Buy the Season Pass and get all four pieces of add-on content for the price of three. All Season Pass content will be available by October 2015.
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The season pass for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel lacks a lot of the story content that made the Borderlands 2 season pass so great. The DLC offered for this game is 2 additional characters, a story mission, and a slaughterdome. That's it. The content isn't bad by any means, but you can't help but feel like they could've done a lot more.
The enemies design and the game's bosses is acceptable. The music and sounding of the game are well placed thanks to people like Jasper Kyd. The sounds of the guns are well-worked. Dialogues also have kept of their past, we see both serious dialogues and humorous dialogues. The Claptrap don't needs any explain. with all being on nerve, this robot is still sweet because of its sound and dialogues. with all the positive and negative features available, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel can be a not so new but satisfying experience as when you're playing with your friends, and each started in different sections, or you are discovering the world of Pandora and its secrets.
Borderlands. A series known to entertain us with it's shoot and loot mechanics. Also very well known for giving us the "BEST" season passes ever. The previous 2 games (developed by Gearbox), overloaded us with content. We as consumers did not know our dollar was worth that much. Well 2K Australia is here to straighten us up. We get 2 new characters, a slaughter dome, and a story mission. The characters are pretty cool (Handsome Jack clone, and Aurelia who is Hammerlock's sister), and the story mission is enjoyable. But what I can't stand is adding in a SLAUGHTER DOME for $10! That is absurd and someone should have been fired for this. If you get the season pass you supposedly save $10. Think of it as paying for the 2 characters (priced at $10 each) and the story mission (also priced at $10). And then you get this piece of crap SLAUGHTER DOME for free. In my opinion it is not a bad pack for value to today's standards, but also it is a crappy pack compared to Borderlands standards. And last I checked I was playing a Borderlands game, not a Call of Duty game. I wanted value, instead I gave them money!
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