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- Includes: Borderlands 2 Main Game, Captain Scarlett and her Pirate’s Booty, Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage, Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt, Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep, Creature Slaughter Dome
- Premiere Club Content: Gaige, the Mechromancer Character Class, Gearbox Gun Pack, Golden Key, Vault Hunter's Relic
- Krieg, the Psycho Character Class, Collector’s Edition Heads and Skins, Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 1
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With the Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition, players can experience every epic boss battle, increase the level for each of the six playable Vault Hunters, play all of the additional campaign content, and enjoy hundreds of hours of shoot-and-loot mayhem at an extraordinary value. The Game of the Year Edition contains over $100 of gameplay content.
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The GOTY Edition of Borderlands two packs a shocking amount of content into one package. I have to admit that I have never seen a GOTY Edition of any game with more content than this package. The only game that even comes close is the Skyrim Untimate Edition.
Here is what you get the GOTY Edition of Borderlands 2:
Captain Scarlett and her Pirate's Booty
Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage
Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt
Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep
Creature Slaughter Dome
Premiere Club Content
The Mechromancer Character Class
Gearbox Gun Pack
Vault Hunter's Relic
The Psycho Character Class
Collector's Edition Heads and Skins
Contraband Sky Rocket Grenade
Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 1
Some of those are better than others but the Psycho and Mechromancer classes alone add a huge amount a content. Using those classes is almost like playing a new game.
The packaging is hit or miss depending on your preferences. Even on the PS3 version the game comes with two discs. One disc is the playable disc and the other is the disc holds all of the DLC and an update. If you have a slow Internet connection this is really nice. Odd thing was that even after installed all the DLC and the update the game still needed an update when I booted it up.
It will take the better part of an hour to install all of the DLC and the update. Half of the DLCs are between 1 and 2 gigs so even with the disc it takes a while to move these into place. The other DLCs are tiny and install in seconds.
I can't even imagine how much time it would take you work your way through all of this content. I would not be surprised that you could easily surpass the hundred hour mark if you spent time playing co-op and tried all six classes. To get your character up to the max level would most likely take close to 100 hours on it's own. When you consider how much play time you are getting out of this pack $60 is an amazing price. You will be hard pressed to find a better value in any game.
The game play is great. We are entertained for hours playing. I would highly recommend this game to anyone.
***DAD JOKE DETECTED. DAD JOKE DETECTED. OPENING AIRLOCKS. VENTING ATMOSPHERE.***
Ah, crap. Knew I shouldn't have installed that. Supposed to keep the Claptraps in line. God, they're rubbing off on me.
I hate this place.
-Handsome Jack, CEO Hyperion Corporation (Borderlands is developed by Gearbox Software and published by 2K)
I suck at first person shooter (FPS) games. The learning curve is gentle enough for me. And when it isn't, I can grind in an area for weapons/experience. Finding that gun that changes a mission objective from rage inducing to I can do it... awesome. And there is always something that will work for your style of play. Seriously, if I can find these weapons, anyone can. It just takes a bit of time. But even failure isn't bad. Well, so to speak. There is a penalty for dying, money and experience (i think) but if you're quick you can choose to avoid these, though for a different price.
If you are worried about age related content, then you probably should avoid. I enjoy the humor (I am in my 40s), and while I believe most teens (15+) of reasonable maturity can handle it, there IS a good reason for the M(ature) rating. The idea does center around mercilessly going around and shooting/blowing people and monsters up. The story line does feature psychopaths that are not concerned about gentle ears. Seriously, before railing at a company for gameplay NOT intended for a child that you put into said child's hands consider it had notices on it telling you to be warned.
If you are getting the game, get the game of the year version. This has much of the extra content that early adopters had to pay extra to get.