My super cowardly approach of blindly running past opponents worked for the most part. Sniping is much easier when the others were occupying the loaders. The Super Badass Loader and the final constructor couldn't be run past, so I went to my plan B -Shoot, hide, wait for shield to refill, repeat. Mostly worked, although one lucky hit from a missile did kill me once.
Describe the moment you finally put the Warrior to rest.
I basically cheated during this fight. After a few mishaps, I just put my back to the gate to the Eridium Blight where he couldn't reach me and just kept whittling away. Took me a while to figure out the weakspots, so the whole fight was just me shooting from where I couldn't be reached and making occasional supply runs. Eventually he retreats to the far side of the arena, so I just blindly unloaded all my remaining ammunition.
You’ve completed the game!! How do you feel? What are your thoughts on this game overall? Are you going to run through it again in a different mode?
It's a good game, but not really one for me. I think I'll do at least one more run in the hope of being at least semi competent this time.
Three best things:
Old Vault Hunters.
Well built world.
Jack talks too much.
When they don't have a mission, there's no conversations, the mission dispensers just say 'I don't have work for you, now go away!' Makes the world feel a bit hollower.
When Echos get interrupted by plot, there's no way to replay them.
One big question I'm left with is why Vault Hunters automatically get so much respect. Is there an entrance exam or something? What distinguishes a Vault Hunter from any bandit with a gun that is looking for the vault? Why did Jack employ them just to blow them up?
Reminds me a lot of Bioshock.
Have you caught onto any more pop culture references? What's been your favourite?
I catch them at the time, but they don't stick in my memory. I really liked the side mission that is the three way shootout in the graveyard, wish there was some kind of quickdraw minigame for it. Also shooting the sheriff (but not the deputy) of Lynchwood -I was forced to shoot him too, unfortunately.
Favourite bit of bandit dialogue that you’ve heard?