This content is BADASS
Borderlands 2 has been one of the most highly regarded games of 2012 and has promised to offer fans a massive amount of downloadable content to further the experience. The first DLC pack featuring Captain Scarlett was a fair first instalment, but it couldn’t hold a candle to the story and humour of the full game. Gearbox Software hopes to change that with their second story based content called Mister Torgues Campaign of Carnage. It so happens that a brand spanking new vault has been discovered, however this vault cannot be opened until the blood of a coward has been spilt by the ultimate badass. Remember the weapons manufacturer Torgue Industries? Well Mr. Torgue has taken this vault into his own hands and has decided to hold the most badass tournament, in hopes of finding the ultimate badass and awarding them the vaults content. Where is the best place to hold such an event you may ask? None other than the Badass Crater of Badassitude of course.
If you think the locations name is crazy, be prepared for one of the most over the top Borderlands stories yet. This is one of the contents main strength, it offers the same kind of unique humour, but is able to turn it to eleven thanks to Torgue himself. Torgue is hands down the one of the funniest characters the franchise has introduced, the dude is 2 buckets full of crazy, but he comes out with some of the most hilarious lines that I have personally experienced in a video game. He even breaks the forth wall in some sections, much to some of the characters chagrin. Campaign of Carnage also brings back from fan favourite characters from the main Borderlands 2 story, pleasing Tiny Tina fans all around. The best thing is none of these characters ever feel forced, they all play an integral part in the narrative and all provide some humour and entertaining side missions. From Tina’s protein chocolate chip cookie diet, Moxie’s interview tapes and other crazy missions, the side missions within Campaign of Carnage definitely provide entertainment. Read the rest of this entry