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No you cannot pause Borderlands 2 if you play multiplayer. If this is an issue for you, I would suggest that this shouldn't keep you from playing this amazing game. There are areas that enemies spawn and once killed, they take a long time to respawn. You don't have to go all the way back into a safe town to pause and look at items or whatever.


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The GOTY version will overwrite your base game and add all the DLC it includes. It doesn't include all the released DLC, so keep that in mind. Your will be able to continue playing your saved characters through the new content without losing anything. The Borderlands 2 Game of the Year pack comes with: Borderlands 2 the full game (you don't get a 2nd ...


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Pyro Pete is not part of Hyperion. Pyro Pete is a "Biker" which is a group of enemies that are found in the DLC of Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage, not to be confused with Bandits who just happen to be riding bikes. Completely different. The Biker gangs are not associated, paid by or endorsed by Hyperion.


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You must have two things to perform Krieg the Psycho's invincibility glitch: the Release the Beast major game-changer, tier 6 skill at the bottom of the Mania (middle) skill-branch, and a vehicle that you can teleport to via Catch-A-Ride station. When your health is at or below 33%, activate your action skill (Buzz Axe Rampage) to transform into a ...


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No, it isn't possible. The boss won't die even if dropped to 0 health, as seen in this screenshot.


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It doesn't seem like you can without resetting ALL your quests, and even then not on your first (normal mode) play-through. On the main menu screen if you choose "Select Character" you should get a menu that looks like this: There is an option to reset on this screen (the "Q" key on PC, "A" on xbox and Triangle on PlayStation) I noticed that since you ...


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Yes, you can. On the Borderlands 2 page on Steam it says "Full controller support" meaning that it will be compatible with a Xbox 360 controller or any other controller that works with PC and is supported by Steam. However, as far as I can see your controller is not supported. But @5pike's solution to use x360ce should work.


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Playing online, Borderlands does not give you the ability to pause. This is more an inherent requirement for online play. You should expect the same for any game being played over the internet. That said, the penalty for dieing should not discourage you from taking a toilet break, and unless you right in the thick of things or drastically unequal in level, ...


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The verdict is in. If you are wanting to play via local area network, the answer is no. You can still play multiplayer. To directly quote the fine print, at the bottom of the official Xbox page on multiplayer; Multiplayer between Xbox 360 and Xbox One not supported. This is why it took the release of Xbox 360 emulation, to support Xbox 360 games on ...


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In borderlands 2 there is no other rarity than : White (Common) Green (Uncommon) Blue (Rare) Purple (Very rare) Orange (Unique/Legendary) Magenta (E-tech) Pink (Seraph) Cyan (Pearlescent) You can not loot any other rarities in the game. The damage range of a weapon is determined by its level. OP8 just add a multiplier to those damage aswell as to ...


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Aiming down sights (ADS) while activating Decepti0n is the only known efficient way to skip the Decepti0n initiation animation of hand-pointing. If playing in someone else's game, one must aim down sights up to (or at?) 200 ms after activating Decepti0n to ensure it is skipped.


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If by changing anything, you mean for the saves or your profile, it won't change anything. If the steam key given by G2A works, since you already have Borderlands 2, it will only add the DLC to your games.


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As the quest is level 50 (You.Will.Die.(Seriously.) and rewards are always tailored towards the Quest-Level I dare to say the answer is no.


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No, weapon level does not contribute to damage calculation. Weapon damage does depend on its level, and there is damage reduction based on attacker-target level difference, but weapon level is not used directly. With overhaul of Gearbox forums lots of information is lost due to broken links, so I hardly have anything written to prove my words. It should be ...


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The best way to demonstrate this is simply to use three weapons with the three DoT elements on the same target. You will see the DoT numbers cascade in the three different colours. This means each shot that causes the effect causes DoT regardless of the source.


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You can get Moxxi's Good Touch and Bad Touch an infinite number of times, and, most importantly, an infinite number of times per playthrough. The people stating that you can only get Bad Touch once per playthrough are misinformed. The amount of money it costs, as far as I can tell, only really applies for the first time you get it - noticeable by how every ...



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