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News: Whoa, 10 Million People Have Cringed at Borderlands 2's Bad Jokes

Whoa, 10 Million People Have Cringed at Borderlands 2's Bad Jokes

Shut your Claptrap

Borderlands 2 is an enjoyable enough game, but let’s not try and pretend that its obnoxious brand of humour is anywhere close to being comical. Annoying characters and even more irritating voice acting aside, though, the title has now shipped over 10 million copies, which means that a significant portion of people have reached...

News: PS4 Shooter Evolve Devolves Until February 2015

PS4 Shooter Evolve Devolves Until February 2015

Cross it off the Christmas list

2K Games has announced that co-operative first-person shooter Evolve is the latest title to flee the hectic Christmas release schedule, settling down in the equally busy February window instead. Now due out on 10th February worldwide, the asymmetrical affair will be joined by The Order: 1886, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt,...

News: BioShock's Swimming to a Smartphone Near You, But Not the PlayStation Vita

BioShock's Swimming to a Smartphone Near You, But Not the PlayStation Vita

The Rapture awaits

Assuming that series creator Ken Levine’s cancelled Final Fantasy Tactics-esque vision for BioShock Vita wasn’t a big enough kick in the teeth, 2K Games has now announced that the series’ original entry will be riding Rapture’s bathysphere to the iPhone and iPad at some point in the near future. That sinking sensation that...

News: The New PS4 Project from the People Behind Borderlands Fuses Two Popular Genres

The New PS4 Project from the People Behind Borderlands Fuses Two Popular Genres

Born for battle

When it’s not deliberating which platforms to put Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel out on, Gearbox Software is busy beavering away on Battleborn, a brand new first-person shooter that fuses the firm’s understanding of co-operative mechanics with the monstrously popular MOBA genre. You’ll play as one of five futuristic warriors,...

News: Ken Levine Just Buried Our Hopes for BioShock Vita Deep Under the Ocean

Ken Levine Just Buried Our Hopes for BioShock Vita Deep Under the Ocean

Give us the game, and wipe away the debt

Remember when Ken Levine inadvertently popped up at the PS Vita's official reveal event? A now famous moment, the luminary sidled onstage and suggested a game in the BioShock universe was in development for the hot new handheld. Unfortunately, a recent statement on Twitter from the auteur has revealed that,...

News: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Moonwalks onto PS3 on 14th October

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Moonwalks onto PS3 on 14th October

Next-gen not in on the joke

Assuming that you’re a fan of Borderlands’ particular brand of goofy humour, then you’ll no doubt get a kick out of this Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel pre-E3 trailer. In addition to showing off some of the spin-off’s low-gravity gameplay, it also includes a dance breakdown, and confirmation of the PlayStation 3...

News: Do You Like Borderlands? 2K Australia May Be About to Fly You to the Moon

Do You Like Borderlands? 2K Australia May Be About to Fly You to the Moon

Set phasers to fun

One of the big surprises from this year’s PAX East may have been unveiled early, as a new Borderlands title could be about to loot your wallet later this year. Dubbed a “pre-sequel”, the unannounced adventure is rumoured to take place between the first and second entries in Gearbox’s first-person franchise, and is...

DLC Review: Underwater Espionage in BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two

Underwater Espionage in BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two

Wave goodbye

Videogame fans cried out in unison as industry legend Ken Levine announced that he’d be closing down beloved BioShock developer Irrational Games a few weeks ago. However, the office was not to be boarded up until he’d seen the third and final instalment of BioShock Infinite’s DLC out of the door. Now that the dust’s settled,...

News: Just How Good Does Borderlands 2 Look on PlayStation Vita?

Just How Good Does Borderlands 2 Look on PlayStation Vita?

Shots fired

One of the defining characteristics of the Borderlands franchise, aside from its salacious susceptibility for stupendous sums of loot, is its gorgeous and distinct art style. In a sea of brown realistic shooters, it's incredibly refreshing to see a series that so wholeheartedly embraces a more cartoony style. It is therefore imperative...