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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands’ Mirrors of Mystery Rooms Should Have Been Full Locations

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It is no secret that the DLC for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has proven to be unpopular. While its content being added to the Chaos Chamber is a good move, its price is questionable, with many upset that the $10 levels have replaced the proper expansions that are usually seen in the Borderlands franchise.

However, while the Mirrors of Mystery are being criticized as shallow, parts of them do show potential.Much like the main story of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, the Mirrors of Mystery feature some visually diverse and exciting locations that look nothing like those seen in the main Borderlands games.

Glutton’s Gamble in particular provides some unique rooms to fight through that were practically begging to be full maps instead of just small areas, and they should have been featured in a far larger capacity.Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Rolls Out Fix for Story Progression, Giving Out New Skeleton KeysThroughout Glutton’s Gamble, players traverse a few areas to take on the appropriately named Sand Witch, a food-obsessed goblin.

During this quest, they pass through some rainy docks, an area unlike any other in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. With storms and unpleasant weather not seen in the other parts of Tina's colorful world, the room made for a welcome change in the usual aesthetic, and it would have been fun to see it as a larger area full of Lucky Dice to collect and side quests to complete.Unfortunately, players are in and out, leaving these stormy docks as soon as they have killed some crabs and gathered the necessary ingredients.

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