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Borderlands 2: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty Review (PS3)

Borderlands 2: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty Review (PS3)
alaScore 81

2 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Borderlands 2: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty Review (PS3). The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. People really like the story. The design also gets good comments.

design, story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Borderlands 2: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty Review (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Borderlands 2: Captain Scarlett: Side quest for treasure

 

Borderlands 2 is a great game, and its structure lends itself to DLC extremely well. The original game saw four pieces of downloadable content, and while Gearbox only got to a 50-50 track record there, it should surprise nobody that DLC was a part of...

30 new missions, 8 new badass challenges, interesting new enemy types, gorgeous locales, sand skiffs to drive around in

Raid bosses are annoying, can’t pilot sand skiffs in the main game, no level cap increase

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Borderlands 2: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty Review

 

Gearbox has shown exactly how DLC is supposed to be done. Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty is an affirming example of the right time, the right place and, crucially, the right content.

Longer than most single-player campaigns ; Loads of new content ; Great new characters

Later quests aren't as good

DLC is a funny old business, sold by publishers as a service to flame fan commitment and designed to transform a game from an overnight flash in the pan to an evergreen wonder. For every good (BioShock 2's Minverva's Den) there's a bad (BioShock 2's...

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