I've been trying to beat Tales of Vesperia while playing a battle or two of Fire Emblem. Plus I just bought Far Cry 3, barely touched Ni No Kuni, and Etrian Odyssey comes out next week! Plus Tomb Raider a week later, Luigi's Mansion 2, Pandora's Tower, Bioshock and Metro coming out the last week and then a new SMT game in April...
I'll be up for it this weekend. Soup, what about Saturday sometime too?
Gearbox Software is working on more downloadable content for Borderlands 2, including a new playable character, according to a tweet from CEO Randy Pitchford.
When asked if Gearbox planned to add a new character class and/or raise the game's level cap, Pitchford responded: "We're working on new DLC for these things in addition the campaign DLC offered in the season pass."
Gearbox has released a slew of post-release content since Borderlands 2 was released in September, including two DLC campaigns and a new playable character, which is sold seperately. Based on this tweet, it looks like the next new character will follow suit. According to Polygon, Pitchford tweeted to a second follower that, while he couldn't say more on the subject, more information would be coming soon: "News as soon as we can," wrote Pitchford. "Sorry I can't offer more yet - I get skewered when things change in development, whatever the reason."
It also sounds like the game's level cap increase may be tied to that DLC, as opposed to the game's traditional expansions. The Borderlands 2 season pass entitles consumers to four DLC campaigns, including Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty, Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt, and upcoming pack Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage. Level cap increases are often connected to campaign-content, however, as a form of character customization, releasing it either with a new character or independently fits in with publisher 2K Games' DLC strategy.
Seperately, 2K Games announced that the Borderlands 2 Add-On Content Pack, a disc-based compilation of all the game's DLC to date, goes on sale today. At $29.99 for PS3 and Xbox 360, the pack includes Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty, Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt, the additional Mechromancer character class, the "Creature Slaughter Dome," the "Gearbox Gun Pack," and other customization options.
To those who have fought both Master Gee The Invincible and Terramorphous the Invincible... did any of you find Master Gee more difficult then Terramorphous? I did, a couple friends and I fought Master Gee and it took us 4 times (almost an hour in total) to finally kill him. We fought Terramorphous a little bit afterwards due to my request, I wanted to see if the hype was true.
It wasn't. We steamrolled through ole Terramorphous in about 10, maybe 11 minutes. Anyone go through a similar thing?
Pretty sure they lowered all the raid bosses levels in an update. I tried and failed for a long time trying to beat Master Gee at lvl 50, then I come back to the game one day, try again and he is only lvl 32 and we beat him easily.
I fought him on Vault Hunter mode, he was level 52. At that time, I was still level 47, fighting himm all those times brought me up to level 50 lol. His level might of been lowered in the normal mode, but not Vault Hunter.