2K and Gearbox Software plan to bring Borderlands fans deeper into Pandora than ever before on December 14, when a retooled version of Borderlands 2 launches on PlayStation VR. Who’s up for some cel-shaded motion sickness?
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In 2014, Randy and Kristy Pitchford found that they needed a personal assistant to help manage their busy lives. He was the CEO of Borderlands maker Gearbox Software, she the owner of the Dallas-area gaming-themed cafe Nerdvana. They hired John Wright Martin, who worked for the couple for two years. In 2016, they parted ways. Now, the Pitchfords say that Martin embezzled millions of dollars from them.
This Borderlands cosplay from Thousand-Faces is just ungh. I love how they have extended the cel-shading effect, letting it run off their make-up and all the way onto the outfits themselves.
Sony unleashed its latest major software update for the PS4 on the world last night, and with it came Remote Play on PC and Mac. The idea is pretty attractive, especially for those with families or large sharehouses where there's a high possibility of the TV being in use. I've toyed around with Remote Play for a number of hours across a variety of games. And so far it's pretty impressive -- with a few caveats.
They were originally conceived as a way for developers to get credit for the games they worked on. But Easter Eggs are now a way for developers to tip their hat to their fans, a way to joke about the past, surprise alternate endings or a way to interact with their audience in diabolical ways that go beyond the game.
Easter Eggs are now a staple of video game design, so to help celebrate the long weekend let's look back on some of the best Easter Eggs ever made.
Video games change a lot between announcement and release, but most of that happens under the hood. What the game looks like is usually set in stone. But that's not true of every video game, and it certainly wasn't true for Borderlands and Team Fortress 2, games that looked very different by the time they shipped.
Briefly: Borderlands has joined the growing list of Xbox 360 games compatible with Xbox One, Microsoft announced today. It's already available for Xbox One preview members, while everyone else joins the party in November.
I'm sure no one specifically asked for a stained-glass Claptrap (or even one made from LEGO), yet here we are. A DeviantArt user by the name "DarkeSolace" went to the trouble of crafting the loveable Borderlands character from the pretty transparent stuff, stuck a light inside and for our benefit, snapped a few photos.