Tiny Tina’s DLC lives up to its promises and transforms Borderlnads into a tiny Skyrim full of Orcs and magic.

Borderlands 2 – Tiny Tina – DLC Review
Are you one of the fans of the games which included shooting, looting and cracking butt jokes with doing whatever you like? Then you must be very eager to play the newly launched sequel of Borderlands, developed by Gearbox.

Yeah, here we are talking about Borderlands 2. This is a real big game but an exciting one. Here’s a quick Borderlands 2 Tiny Tina DLC review, which will help you build an idea for the gameplay.

No exception
The game is having no exception and has done best in all parts of the gameplay. As the first part of the game did already well, we can clearly see the decision of the developer Gearbox to stick with the gameplay options which worked extremely well.

The guns in the game, ammo used for the guns, skins of the game characters, grenade mods and class mods are better from the first part of course. This difference you can’t judge until you play the game yourself. In the game, if the user is going to hunt for a looting adventure, the scene becomes intoxicating because whenever the enemy is slained.

A tiny rush is spilled out of a chest which the user will collect. In this way, these battles becomes rewarding for the user. While playing the game, you might lose your life few times but the real joy comes to your mind when you blast your enemies with your newly looted gun.

Isn’t it cool?
The game is all between the Tiny Tina, a dungeon master and the dragon, or the so called enemies. Tiny Tina’s character in the game is pretty polarizing, responsible for narrating the entire DLC.

This is sure that you will cry, laugh and do silly things in the game like stealing the beard-hair from the cold dead bodies of the dragons, crush them forcefully to collect rewards; a good 10-20 hour time can be spent easily.

The concept of this sequel has been made real interesting as assets has been re-used from the first part. The enemy part has been changed as compared to the first part of the game. In the first part of the game, the enemies were either a skag, a bandit, or a hybrid doctor but in Borderlands 2.

The enemies are skeletons, orcs, wizards, dragons, dwarves and many more. If you have ever played games like Claptrap DLC or General Knoxx, then you will be getting a good experience of Borderlands 2, and wish to spend time in the game for more than 30 hours.

The journey of the game starts by drifting into the Flamerock Refuge Docks, which is a land infected by an evil and a sorcerer. The tower of the sorcerer threatens over a small but local village. As the user, it will be your duty to defeat him and restoring peace to the land.

The game will adventure many theme parks, attractive ones of course, ranging from Lord of the Rings series to the World of the Warcraft, setting out for the rescue of the kidnapped princess. The game might seem boring to many of the gamers but the funny thing in the game is that the silly things happening in the gameplay sometimes make the gameplay interesting. You will be presented with new warriors and weapons to use them all over the game.

In conclusion
Borderlands 2 being the shooter first and foremost game, it is having smarter visions and smarter designs taking the advantage Being a RPG game, you can play this game as a single player or with 2-3 multiplayers, which can increase the excitement for competing with others.

The game developing team as well as the art team has done extremely well with excellent visual styles and re-skins effects. As the first part was lacking the narrative options, this time Tiny Tina’s narrative option is something which has given then game a heart and soul for the characters building an emotional climax wherever needed.

Borderlands 2 has been released on 25 June 2015 in supporting to PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. This Borderlands 2 Tiny Tina DLC review must be making your mood to play the game as soon as possible.