Borderlands 2 Serves Up a Thanksgiving-Themed Episode Next Week

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As only it could do, Borderlands 2 is desecrating a sacred family tradition for millions with its next wildass set of missions, "The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler." available on Tuesday for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. It sounds nuts.

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The pretext for all of its Thanksgiving imagery is a "hunger-themed competition," being hosted by Mr. Torgue, accompanied by his Grandma Flexington, who is just as ripped and belligerent as he is. Players are tasked with hunting down an enormous turkey, the aforesaid Wattle Gobbler, which you can see above.

The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler is the second installment of the Headhunter add-on, and runs $2.99. (It's £2.39 and €2,99 in the lands from which the pilgrims fled the persecution of their belief in Thanksgiving.) Europe and Australian PS3 users will have to wait until Wednesday to download it. The Detroit Lions won't be able to play it until Friday.

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Borderlands 2 Headhunter 2: The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler Arrives Just In Time for Thanksgiving [2K Games]

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IronTarkus
Admiral Swiggins

This is where the game industry is
Release "Vanilla" uncompleted game for $60
Pile on close to 50 DLC packs to screw the player out of more money
Then release multiple Game of The Year Editions with the base game, some DLC for full price again.
Gearbox is killing the videogame industry, literally worse than CoD now.