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Borderlands 2: Game of the Year Edition by 2K Games




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  • Blood and Gore
  • Intense Violence
  • Language
  • Sexual Themes
  • Use of Alcohol
Borderlands 2: Game of the Year Edition is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 21.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360 , Xbox One
  • Publisher: 2K Games
  • Developer: GearBox Software
  • Category: Shooter

Product Details:

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 and 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.


Game Features

Dolby Digital
Voice CHat

Important Information:

If you are a fan of the Borderlands franchise, we recommend Gearbox Software's upcoming game Battleborn available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Co-Op RPG? I think yes To anyone who has not played Borderlands and enjoyed RPGs, you are missing out. This game features an in-depth skill tree and super addictive loot system that is the spine of all modern RPGs. But what truly shines about this game is the CoOp. Up to four friends, probably the ideal amount for most console gamers, can play together through an expansive, well written, funny and chaotic world and have a blast. The game of the year edition is an absolute MUST BUY to anyone who has not experienced this game. I have played well over 100 games in my life and the Borderlands series is the only one i have purchased DLC for. RPG or Co-Op Shooter fans, purchase this game.
Date published: 2014-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A shooter, with what you love from skyrim Borderlands 2 is probably one of the most unique and amazing shooters ive ever played. It gives you the fun of a shooter with customizability of a role-playing game into an awesome game. It also provides the fun of looting. My only regret is that i didnt get the Game of the Year edition..
Date published: 2014-09-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well done 2k This game is nearly perfact with tons and tons if gun for you and your friends to have fun with and funny boss battles and overall tons of fun.
Date published: 2014-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best game i've played i awhile the game is fenominal great sound, visuals and game play. the characters and bosses are funny even the pause screen talks if you wait long enough.the game of the year edition has hundredsof hours of game play and replay abilty if you you do all side content try to get all legendary weapons and do all dlc's that are included not to mentiont the crazy Easter eggs and secret stuff there are .overall great game for starter gamers and hardcore gamers . WARNING NOT A GAME FOR KIDS UNDER THE AGE OF 9!
Date published: 2014-08-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Repetitive but tolerable ‎I played through the game basically at the insistence of my room-mate, who claimed it was one of his favorite games, and that he has beaten it more than five times. He also couldn’t get any of his other friends to play it anymore, it being a rather old game which was released in 2012. Nearly every time he and I both shared some free time, he would be pestering me to play this game. So, desirous of something which we could enjoy in common, I agreed. I have to say I didn’t really enjoy the game all that much. One nickname for the game on the Internet is “Snorederblands 2,” and that’s because of the game’s essential “Diablo with guns” gameplay: that is to say, endless waves of repetitive enemies which drop incrementally more effective loot that you can use to power up your character. Sounds awesome in theory, but in practice you get tired of facing the same five or six groups of enemies for 40 hours rather quickly. A lot of the thrill of such a game comes from its incremental rewards: finding a neat piece of loot when you kill a difficult boss or open an obscure chest. However, Gearbox (the creators of “Borderlands”) introduced a system in “Borderlands 2” that completely circumvented the need to find loot. They added a “Golden Chest” in the middle of the main city that you could open for rare and powerful items — more powerful than anything you would find in an initial playthrough. To open this chest you need “Golden Keys” which are acquired by entering codes from social media into a special dialog box buried in the “Extras” menu. The problem is, Gearbox left a lot of the codes active for the life of the game, and they have long since been collected on various websites for anyone to use. Combine that with my room-mate’s almost weekly notifications that new codes were available, and I opened the Golden Chest 5 - 10 times with every level that I gained, and I think I still have over 150 keys left. It totally removed the incremental reward system from the game, which was sort of a bummer. The dialogue and humor of the game is often frequently mentioned as a strong point, and while I found it amusing, it never really “clicked” with me to the point where I found it hilarious. It seemed to verge almost completely on “Internet humor” with death and mayhem and memes. Human life is a cheap trifling thing in a game like Borderlands. But, I guess that’s true for all video games. I was playing as the melee-centric character “Krieg” the “Psycho,” and once I got his ultimate “Mania” tree power — the ability to grow twice in size and deal out twice as much melee damage — I started to have a lot more fun. I stacked a bunch of other bonuses with my various skills and items so at the end I think I had something like 600% melee damage, when raging. I was doing 100 - 105K in melee strikes by the end of the game, probably nothing compared to a level capped character, but it seemed like a lot to me, at level 36. Combined with the 50% damage reduction I got while raging, I was basically an unstoppable maelstrom of death as long as I found a good place to retreat to once it wore off. My room-mate played as “Maya” the “Siren” character, who specializes in healing and/or crowd control. Unlike myself, who stuck with one build through the whole game, he shifted around his skill points as the situation demanded, or as whim struck him. He is a far more skilled gamer than I am, regularly getting 2.0 K/D in Call of Duty matches, so his effectiveness with a sniper rifle was very useful. He also eventually got the ultimate skill, a “battle res” that could instantly revive me from death, which was useful when I could charge into a situation a little over my head. All-in-all I’d give “Borderlands 2” a hesitant “thumbs up,” and a rating of three stars out of five. I enjoyed my time with it, but due to its repetitive nature I could really only stomach it in segments of an hour to two hours of play.
Date published: 2014-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super fun and funny Fun game that is also very funny. Should defiantly get this game. All of the DLCs more fun than the last.
Date published: 2014-07-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Amazing game Okay, I HATED the first borderlands game. No mini-map bugged me, and I found it kind of slow paced. But borderlands 2 is 100 percent better than the first one. RPG's are my favorite type of games. I love the leveling up, and progressing your character and becoming a strong undefeatable vault hunter. This game nails the gameplay elements to it, and the loot is just amazing. I recommend this game because there are SO much replay value, the story is long, and so many side missions. One of my favorite xbox games.
Date published: 2014-07-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Shoot and Loot All the fun of the original Borderlands 2 but with extra goodies on top. New vault hunters, new weapons, new areas and new missions. The perfect blend of violence, explosions and comedy.
Date published: 2014-07-21
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