Borderlands 2 Takes Tiny Tina to New Heights

If you thought Borderlands 2 couldn't hit you with the feels through all the fart jokes and the wacky humor, well, you just haven't played enough yet.

"Counting down. Ten! Nine! --I got bored, we're doing it NOW!"Ever since she exploded (literally) onto the scene in the early hours of Gearbox’s Borderlands 2, Tiny Tina was an instantly memorable NPC – as well-known for her lazy eye as for her wacky rap songs. (“Climb the pipe to the train, or you'll go insane. Wut wut. That's a rap song I wrote.”) She does not utter a single dull line in the entire game, to such an extent that her character, and Andy Burch, her creator, were accused of racism. var adunit_index = 4000; if ((adunit_index != 1000 & adunit_index != 1001) || (adunit_index == 1000 && device_category != 'MOBILE') || (adunit_index == 1001 && device_category == 'MOBILE')) { if (active_ad_units[adunit_index] != undefined) { console.log('Dyn Unit Legacy', active_ad_units[adunit_index], adunit_index); googletag.cmd.push(function () { var adunit_index = 4000; if (typeof(pubwise) != 'undefined' & pubwise.enabled === true) { console.log('Dyn PW');

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Published Aug. 27th 2013

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