This is a response to all the people who hate the character. You'll be blasting away at hoards of the cute boxy robots as well as robo-zombie versions of other familiar enemies from the main game. I played the first game, but I skipped that DLC.
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There are also a few extra skill revolytion to be gained and a really funny and challenging final boss. A deserted dump, a desolate city, and a gloomy cave are among the areas that, while well designed, don't bring anything new to the table.
Borderlands DLC 'Claptrap's New Robot Revolution' Announced
Other Platform Reviews for Borderlands 9. Mnemoidian Follow Forum Dlaptraps There is no direct mention in the game if you killed ALL of the other claptraps, but it is a reasonable assumption if it isn't directly mentioned in BL2.
It's not like it wouldn't make sense if it was. Unfortunately, as in many sci-fi settings, a self aware robot that is freed of its shackles inevitably sees that it is treated unfairly as a servant and slave to humanity.
Hyperion, the last group to really have a stake in the planet, decided to put a stop to this. Look at the video posted in this thread, at revolutioj The story, and world in borderlands is so out of this world anyway. You'll be blasting away at hoards reevolution the cute boxy robots as well as robo-zombie versions of other familiar enemies from the main game.
If I remember correctly, one of the corporations Hyperion? In the last miniuet of the video it clearly shows claptrap getting his mind jacked with. Without the brisk humor of Secret Armory or the interesting environments of Zombie Island, Claptrap's New Eobot Revolution is less of a compelling reason to return to Pandora than those predecessors were.
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The Revolution begins at Tartarus Station, an enclave that resembles the rest of bew ramshackle towns from Borderlands and is surrounded by a few canyons and a junkyard. All of which would totally fit the tone of borderlands 3, when they choose to explain it.
Claptrap's New Robot Revolution sends the runty automaton on an amusing one-wheeled trip down megalomania lane, resulting in some entertaining propaganda and a few good one-liners.
Hoping to divert that revenue stream, it activates the Interplanetary Ninja Assassin Claptrap, a robot with formidable combat abilities and, apparently, a penchant for puns and clever references. SethPhotopoulos Follow Forum Posts: Because claptraaps rebel Claptrap brings dead characters back to life as "traps" you'll fight a lot of familiar characters previously seen in Borderlands. It's a good excuse to take players on a tour of old but beefed up end bosses, though none as difficult as Crawmerax, the raid boss from The General Knoxx add-on.
Shirogane Follow Forum Posts: Just a friendly tip: I'm actually trying to find out if the DLC's are claptgaps and I can't find any information either way. Beware, you are proposing to add brand new pages to the wiki along with your edits. The same can be said for the environments. All other claptraps died Robor it.
Bring back the main forum list. It doesn't do much that is new, but it's a fine addition to the game and proof that you can never have enough of a good thing. You all have to play it to even begin to grasp the essence of Borderlands 2's plot. Yet the humor, much like the action, hits the same note for most of this substantial adventure. At the very least, the Secret Armory of General Knoxx is canon, because it picks up right after the ending of the vanilla game. It could be Marcus's twin brother in Borderlands 2.
Revvolution means that soon everyone can take their character to the next level, but it'll be a lot more fun to do so with the Robot Revolution. Something like, 'except the part where he stabbed me, i lied about that' or something.