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season passes are a pretty terrible idea in general, i've bought 2 and seriously regretted both.
you are basically gambling you'll want all 4 DLCs, which you probably wont, and for the price of the pass you can buy 3 of them anyway.
It's not supposed to be that big of a gamble though when you consider who the developer is. I've also bought 2 Season Passes, and this is just solidifying my fears. My first was with GoW3, and that disappointed in the end. I figured it would be solid since they would be releasing Horde DLC, Campaign DLC, and multiplayer map DLC. The way I got burned with that one was that the Horde DLC maps were basically given to everyone for free, which basically made that DLC moot. Then any new maps that were released never popped up for Horde. It was basically 3 DLC packs for the price of 3. Not a big loss, but kind of defeats the purpose.
Now with BL2 it feels like they are doing the same thing. They advertise it as 4 DLC packs for the price of 3, but it's just 3 for the price of 3 since they get lazy on one. Should have just played it, sold it, then used the money to buy the GotY edition with all the DLC.
Late to the party, but the next DLC's focus is an arena?! Bleh.
The next focus is there is a third vault. To open it, you need to kill the weakest thing over it, and Mr. Torgue found out and announced his Campaign of Carnage to unlock it by finding the biggest badass.
DS2 improves on DS in nearly every single way. problem with DS2 is that you're having too much fun to be scared.~sc0ttmst