Good story ARC, great loot (from vending machines) with a surprising Nice depth for the "**** couple". The hate on the **** mariage is weird in this section. Anyhow, IT really fleshes out the characters and gives Them a solide human feeling. The bad guys are no handsome Jack, but stille an oké force too combat against.
It's a good dlc,and has a very different tone from the base game,it's much better.
P.S. Don't mind the negative reviews,bunch of misogynistic crapshoots talking about how **** marriage ruins the dlc completely,which is **** tbh,as the marriage feels very natural,and agenda is not pushed down the throat,GG gearbox.
Though there are some problems for eg there is minimal endgame and no raid bosses for now,overall a solid 7.5-8/10.
The second stage of the Borderlands 3 Season Pass proves however capable of offering eight hours of ballistic fury and laughter, among the links of a DLC that, while not reaching the glories of the past, is solid and enjoyable.
The expansion takes place on the Xylourgos planet, a surprising but welcome mix of Lovecraft and nordic cultures. It offers a great deal of action, guns and new creatures, but its gameplay and narration lack uniqueness, letting untapped potential.
The second of four announced expansions for Borderlands 3 has arrived with Guns, Love, and Tentacles. The story follows the pending marriage of Hammerlock and Jakobs and players travel to a remote world for the ceremony. Things do not go as planned and after the introduction of a quirky wedding planner named Gaige and her protective robot; players soon find themselves squaring off against a dangerous cult as they attempt to save the ceremony.
Of course this is just the proverbial tip of the tentacle; as players battle it out in locales ranging from a library, frozen passes, a brewery, Township, and much more.
The style of play will be familiar with anyone who’s played any of the prior Borderlands titles but there are of course scores new weapons and objects as well as a host of new enemies to wage battle against. The level cap has also been increased which allows players to continue to upgrade and adjust their character’s abilities.
While the game’s design for up to four players; I was unable to find anybody to game with as efforts to join games only took me to stories within the main campaign. As such; I was hung up on a boss fight early I experienced a delay in completing the expansion as planned. Once I was able to complete this section; I was able to complete the rest of it without too much trouble.
Aside from the main storyline; there are some optional side quests including an unexpected one that arose while the endgame credits were playing which I plan to revisit and complete as they will enhance the story and help me pass the time until the third expansion is announced.
The action is as intense as ever and the quirky characters are well in keeping with the charm and nature of series. The expansion did have annoying audio drops which unfortunately have become a staple of the game for many but thankfully they were minor and in no way hindered my completion or enjoyment of the expansion.
While the first expansion set in a casino; this time around players are given a much more diverse and varied environment to experience. As such; the overall experience is a bit more well-rounded and satisfying and improves upon what was already an impressive first expansion.
If you are fan of Borderlands 3 you will want to try this out as it is well worth playing.
It was not a good DLC, it had a forced story line with very little boss fights, but did have a decent amount of action and very cool new enemies to fight against. This game is getting too political and liberal and focusing more on beliefs and trying to push them on to the player than focusing on the game-play and making a good story line that everyone can get behind and get involved with.
I do not recommend purchasing this DLC.
I'm a huge Borderlands fan. Borderlands 2 blew me away. Borderlands 3 is just as great. One of the few great new games with local multiplayer, which my son and I love playing together. Loved the free Bloody Harvest DLC, man was that great and unique. Moxxi's Heist was also fantastic! But this is just utter garbage. The story feels incredibly forced. A **** wedding serving as a plot device is pathetically cringe-worthy. Feels like this was intended more to make a statement than engage players.
this is a real bad joke, bad dlc for a bad game made by good devs led by a bad ceo who made bad decisions about force selling it on a bad store, which resulted in bad sales, and said bad ceo simply stole the money that was for the devs to enrich himself with bonuses
SummaryA couple of familiar faces will be among the guests at the betrothed partners' engagement celebration: former Vault Hunter Gaige is moonlighting as a wedding planner, joined as always by her badass robot BFF Deathtrap. Pay no attention to the gargantuan monster's corpse nearby; this party's going to be legendary.