A couple of familiar faces will be among the guests at the betrothed partners' engagement celebration: former Vault Hunter Gaige is moonlighting as a wedding planner, joined as always by her badass robot BFF Deathtrap. Pay no attention to the gargantuan monster's corpse nearby; this party's going to be legendary.
Guns, Love and Tentacles brings Borderlands 3 into the horror atmospheres of Lovecraft with his crazy plot. It's a pity for the undertone bosses and the few hours needed to complete it.
Despite some lingering issues with the formula as a whole, Borderlands 3: Guns, Love, and Tentacles has a little more heart in it than the first DLC.
The second stage of the Borderlands 3 Season Pass proves however capable of offering eight hours of ballistic fury and laughter, among the links of a DLC that, while not reaching the glories of the past, is solid and enjoyable.
Fans of the original game who want to prolong the fun will still have enough fun for ten hours.
The expansion takes place on the Xylourgos planet, a surprising but welcome mix of Lovecraft and nordic cultures. It offers a great deal of action, guns and new creatures, but its gameplay and narration lack uniqueness, letting untapped potential.
The replayability of Borderlands 3 lies with the feeling of constant progression and unique modifiers in the form of mayhem mode.
Guns, Love, and Tentacles is a solid, but safe, Borderlands 3 expansion with an awesome Lovecraftian aesthetic.
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