|System: PC, PS3*, Xbox 360|
|Dev: Gearbox Software|
|Pub: 2K Games|
|Release: October 16, 2012|
|Screen Resolution: 480p-1080p||Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language, Sexual Themes, Use of Alcohol|
Now, that's not to say it's completely perfect. I came across a few bugs during my time with the DLC. But then again, these weren't Skyrim-level bugs or anything. Once or twice I saw some glowy green walls appear around certain objects, and a couple times the enemy A.I. would just stand there and let me shoot at it. Also, trophy/achievement hunters might be disappointed that there are only three new ones to earn here. Considering how much content is here, such a small number of trophies/achievements seems like an odd choice.
But seriously, with Scralett's ten or so hours of gameplay, these were my biggest gripes. You should probably just forgive Gearbox and throw your ten bucks at them.
I understand that the people who read reviews like this one tend to skip over a good portion of the text to simply check out the summary paragraph and the score. And while it makes me sad to see so much of my hard work skipped over without a thought, I don't blame you; you've got Borderlands to play. So for the jerks who simply want a concise breakdown of my opinion of this content, here it is:
Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty is simply an astounding piece of content that should be celebrated with excessive amounts of rum. At a measly ten bucks, I can't find a single legitimate excuse for any Borderlands fan to skip this. So pick it up, you landlubber, or I'll make you walk the plank.
Editor / News Director
Date: October 19, 2012