I'm James, overly emotional at times, into the ladies (though not afraid to admit when a dude looks good) , 22 , posting stuff ranging from funny-meaningful to video games and superheroes. Expect lots of DC comics stuff (heavy on the Green Lantern, Batman, and Nightwing related stuff), and just stuff I can't wait for video game wise( The Elder Scrolls Online, Sunset Overdrive, Destiny, etc). Also, I’m not here to impress you, though if you ever need someone to talk to even if I don't know you or you don't know me, even if in the past we haven't gotten along whatsoever, I promise I'm here, because I know what it feels like. SKYPE-youbetailsiwillbesonic, Gamertag- WakingUpIn1959
Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the characters and humor. The DLC’s only offers 3 achievements each, each bring in “The Invincible” raid bosses, that (besides one that takes like 20-30+ minutes to farm) can only be killed once every 24 hours, defeating the raid aspect since the drops are pitiful making that once every 24 hours not even worth it. So far I have yet to feel like any of the DLC’s are the size of General Knoxx was in the first one (which they stated all would be that big) Granted they have 2 DLC add-ons to prove themselves. They also said that in the Torgue DLC there would be more uses for Eridium, so far the only use I see for it is the fact it cost 8 Eridium to fight “The Invincible” boss. Granted I’m ok with the Torgue currency since normal enemies can drop them and you don’t have to beat the whole DLC to gain access to them like you had to for the seraph crystals in the first DLC. Also the enemies are just re-skined for the most part, example being there’s an enemy that’s a re-skinned engineer from the game, they have the same dialog and everything. Making it odd when you’re basically fighting someone who is essentially on the same level as a “Bandit” and they’re still calling you a bandit like their higher up the foodchain that you, like their Hyperion counterparts. Which blows since in the DLC for the first game we had new enemies (zombies, assasins trying to murder you, claptraps, etc). Don’t get me wrong I like how they handle story and humor, most weapons, customization etc. Just pointing out a few things I see wrong with how they’re handling the DLC and it seems kinda like they’re just rushing it instead of taking time and making it something truly glorious that can’t just be beaten in one sitting and doesn’t have a high replay value. Sorry if this makes anyone “butthurt”. /rant
I’ve got Axton at 50, Maya at 15, Salvador at 25, Zer0 at 30, and Gaige at 28.
Reblogged from otlgaming
NOW THERE’S A HANDSOME FELLOW
“Greetings Vault Hunters! As you no doubt know by now, I’m going to kill every last one of you.
But, be still your sour spirits, for in honor of all of your deaths I’ve had a portrait commissioned to be sent to all of you so there’s no doubt who will be responsible for spreading your entrails inside the vault when I finally get it open! Toodles!”
If you like realistic versions of Borderlands characters, you’ll probably like Mad Moxxi Cosplay.
I had meant to go to bed early to be well rested for the midnight release. I ended up going to bed at 4:24a.m. , and didn’t end up til actually falling asleep til at least 20+ minutes later. This will not stop me from going to the midnight release with friends, hanging out with them, and playing til 6+ a.m. tomorrow. If anything it just has me looking forward to it even more, if that’s even possible.