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The Evil Within: The Kotaku Review

Before The Evil Within came out, I knew that I had to steel myself to be scared by it. But I’d also been nagged by the idea that I should be scared for it, too. As in, fearful on its behalf. It’s one of those games that’s so heavily freighted by genre and pedigree that expectations were massive.


I Love What Disney Fantasia Lets Me Do To Music

It’s been ages since I’ve exercised this much control over the music in a rhythm game, and I’ve never felt so sore after doing it.


Unlock A Secret Borderlands Boss By... Calling Someone A 'D**k'

We might just have a new contender for the title of most Borderlands boss in the history of Borderlands bosses.


The New Borderlands' Secret Raid Boss Killed In One Hit

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel‘s mean, green barfing machine of a secret boss thinks it’s so tough. It can nearly one-shot players lower level than it is. One player, however, figured out how to one-shot it right back.



Of Course The New Borderlands Is Loaded With Secrets And References

Continuing in the Borderlands series’ grand tradition of making sly winks at everything from Minecraft to Game of Thrones to a whole lot of internet memes, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is littered with secrets and references — some especially elaborate. Here are all the ones we know of so far.



The Borderlands Gun No One Can Figure Out How To Use

The Sword In The Stone, 87 bazillion gun moon explosion edition. Spoiler alert.


There's A Secret Boss In The New Borderlands

He’s big, mean and green. He’s also pretty well-hidden.


Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel: The Kotaku Review

Borderlands is an island. In its centre, there’s a breezy mix of ridiculous firefights and even nuttier guns. Surrounding it, however, is an ocean of tedium — little inconveniences that have plagued the series since its inception. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel does only the bare minimum of work to fix that.