FTG Writes: Roll for Initiative
Let’s start this off with me saying one thing: I don’t like Tiny Tina. I never thought she was funny. I found her character irritating and pointless, and I consider her presence in Borderlands 2 to be the worst part of the game. I still do. However, Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep has made me love this incarnation of the character (I’ll still despise her in the main game), partly because there’s a tragic tone to the character that we get to visit here. Oh, you thought this was going to be just a bunch of meta jokes and Dungeons & Dragons references? Well, too bad. That’s the other 99% of the DLC. That little 1% is occupied by some rather heartbreaking (and in turn, heartwarming) moments in relation to the main game’s climactic battle. There aren’t any spoilers to be had in this review, but the DLC itself is full of them; finish the main game before trying your hand in Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep.