If you’ve been holding out for the slim redesign of Sony’s Vita, or are looking to upgrade, you won’t have to wait much longer.
Last month when Gearbox announced that they wouldn’t be working on a Borderlands pre-sequel they omitted that another studio would be (you sneaky sneaky Gearbox).
Earlier this week Microsoft announced a new spring Xbox 360 bundle. Your first thought might be “The Xbox One is out now, why would anyone care?” But with the lack of backwards compatibility on Microsoft’s newest console, it’s nice to see that they plan to keep the XBox 360 around for a while.
In a panel hosted by Nerdist, Telltale Games’ Kevin Bruner, Harrison Pink, and Job Stauffer took the stage to talk about life at Telltale as well as past and upcoming projects.
Gearbox has announced that the fifth Headhunter DLC for the record breaking Borderlands 2, Sir Hammerlock vs. the Son of Crawmerax, will be available April 15th for $2.99. This marks the last of the Headhunters DLC as well as the final DLC for the game.
In 2009, Bethesda and 2K Games packaged the original Bioshock and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion together. Today, they revealed two more bundles.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has opened a new division focused on bringing Third Party IP’s to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. Adam Boyes, Vice President of Third Party announced the opening of Sony’s Third Party Division during PlayStation’s Indie Arcade event at PAX Prime. Boyes also explained how the desire to bring Borderlands 2 to the PlayStation Vita is what led to the creation of the entire division saying, “We realized that we had to build an entire division in order to make Borderlands 2 on Vita happen.”
To lead the division Sony has hired Gio Corsi, former lead producer at LucasArts and executive producer of the sadly cancelled Star Wars [...]
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“What do you call a pool with nobody in it?” The Last of Us has taken over, it’s the G-Spot Podcast Episode 99!
In this week’s episode of the G-Spot Podcast: we discuss some quick news and then dive into The Last of Us with full spoilers. We go over the ending, what the DLC could be, complain about listen mode, and more. Plus, Breezy makes the worst Deadpool pun ever, Joel denounces domestic violence, Ben doesn’t want anyone to have a headset, and Henry declares the final Borderlands 2 DLC to be better than the main game.
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If you’re one of the many that loved Borderlands‘ hit sequel, Borderlands 2, you’ll love that GearBox Software announced their fourth DLC with Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragons Keep.
Gamer’s tend to forget the reasons why they play video games. Some people play for the emotional attachment to the characters they like, while others simply play to shoot things and watch them go boom. I on the other hand play video games for the amazing worlds you can get lost in.
But every games has it’s issues when it comes to the environment, usually its getting the water to not only look like water. But also move realistically when something interacts with it. Today though, it seems that will be a thing of the past thanks to a new algorithm called PhysX’s Position Based Fluids (PBF) created over at Nvidia.
This new form of water based PhysX [...]
“I got attacked by a goat and it knocked me off a cliff.” Hold on to your time machines, it’s the G-Spot Podcast Episode 92!
The sixth new playable class in Borderlands 2 was finally revealed at this years PAX East, Krieg the Psycho Bandit.