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  • Blog Post: Submit Your Questions For Our Battleborn Podcast

    One look at our Battleborn hub and you'll see the deluge of exclusive written and video pieces we've been offering up for you all month long . Now we want to turn things around and mine your brains for questions to ask some of the developers behind Gearbox's colorful new shooter when we chat... More
  • Blog Post: Why Gearbox Is Making Battleborn And Not Borderlands 3

    We unveiled Gearbox's next game Battleborn for our August cover story earlier this month. Even though Gearbox is assisting in the development of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel , a lot of fans are curious why the studio isn't focusing its effort on a new-gen Borderlands 3. While visiting the studio... More
  • Blog Post: Top 25 Xbox 360 Games

    Microsoft launched the Xbox 360 in 2005, kicking off the last generation of gaming. This was the most successful period for the company to date; with its excellent Xbox Live service and deep support from third-party developers, the Xbox 360 in many ways became the defining console of the last generation... More
  • Blog Post: What's The Future For The Last Generation's Big Franchises?

    As this past generation of home consoles prepares to ride off into the sunset, we thought it was an appropriate time to look back at new franchises that defined the past nine years in console gaming – and predict how likely it is they will continue in the future. [Note: this list is in alphabetical... More
  • Blog Post: Games From Last Generation With Distinct Art Styles

    This last generation was many gamers’ first step into the world of HD graphics. It was an incredible leap; games were more detailed and shined visually. But along with the good, there was some bad. Super-detailed and visually impressive does not always equate to appealing to the eye. While we saw... More
  • Blog Post: The Top 10 Weird But Useful Items In Video Games

    Video game developers have always been able to imagine up unique and iconic items. Sometimes they make sense, like the Buster Sword or Spartan Armor. But there are also many items that are just weird and inexplicable. These are some of the strangest but most useful items found in video games. 10. Stunkz... More
  • Blog Post: Holiday DLC Round-Up

    The holidays are upon us, and that means all the biggest games of the year just came out or are coming out very soon. It also means, in this new age of post-release content, that the games that already came out earlier this year (or last year) have new holiday-themed DLC. Here's a round-up of what's... More
  • Blog Post: Designing The RPG Elements Of Destiny

    Tyson Green's job is to keep you coming back to Destiny. As a designer with Bungie since the first Halo, Green worked his way through the ranks and became the multiplayer designer for Halo 3. Now serving as lead investment designer on Destiny, Green oversees everything from skill design to loot drops... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – Where I Think Telltale Has Room To Grow

    Telltale reminds me of my family: I care about them, but sometimes they really annoy me. This weekend was the perfect example. Telltale has quickly become an industry darling. After releasing The Walking Dead last year they received numerous awards and Game Of The Year nods. Personally, I thought the... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile 11/02/2012

    Get ready to pull out your phones and ignore all incoming calls and texts because this week keeps the hits coming. From Halo and Borderlands to Need for Speed and Chrono there is something new for everybody. Name: Need for Speed Most Wanted Developer: Electronic Arts Price: $7.11 Android, $9.99 iOS Platform... More
  • Blog Post: Halloween-Inspired Video Game Themes

    It’s that time of year again when it’s socially acceptable to dress up like our favorite movie characters, video game heroes, and monsters. We’ve already suggested full games that would be perfect to play this week, as well as mobile options , but some games have smaller Halloween sequences... More
  • Blog Post: Returning To Pandora: A Look Back At Borderlands' DLC

    Today, Gearbox officially announced the first DLC campaign for Borderlands 2, providing us with a few tantalizing details of the upcoming expansion. Join us as we look back at what worked and didn't work for the DLC offerings of the original Borderlands, and compare them to the announced features... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 9/28/12

    Borderlands 2 is still taking up a lot of our time, but that doesn’t mean we can’t throw a few other games into the mix. Advanced copies of Resident Evil 6, unborn babies, and already-born babies will also demand some time this weekend. Tim Turi: This weekend I hope to keep plugging away... More
  • Blog Post: Is The Borderlands 2 Strategy Guide Worth It?

    Borderlands 2 came out this week, and thousands of would-be adventurers are descending upon Pandora and trying to unearth its secrets. For completionists, strategy guides can be valuable tools, so let’s look at how Bradygames’ guide for Borderlands 2 stacks up. Good: Stategy Guide Standards... More
  • Blog Post: Eight Games That Changed Mid-Development

    During development, video games go through hundreds if not thousands of changes before making it to the consumer. It’s a regular part of the development of any game. For some games, however, we get to see them as they evolve, and by the time they release they look or feel much different than what... More
  • Blog Post: Borderlands 2 Desktop Wallpapers

    We finish up our month of exclusive Borderlands 2 features with a treasure trove of wallpapers to gussy up your desktop. Below you will find six shiny wallpapers to choose from. In order to download them, click on the desired resolution ( click here to see what resolution your screen is set to), then... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Tour Of Randy Pitchford's Office

    Randy Pitchford is a bit of a collector. His office is filled with odds and ends that vary from bobble-heads to a ColecoVision. He has an impressive collection of video game consoles and handhelds, so expect a full history lesson as he works his way down the line. There is also plenty of merchandise... More
  • Blog Post: The Sounds And Monsters Of Borderlands 2

    The team at Gearbox has promised more guns, environments, and monsters for Borderlands 2. Raison Varner has his work cut out for him. As the audio lead for Borderlands 2, Raison is responsible for creating the aural landscape of Pandora. With the help of Gearbox audio director Mark Petty and the rest... More
  • Blog Post: A Guided Tour Of Borderlands 2 Concept Art

    Rather than just offer our readers a gallery of Borderlands 2 concept art, we're taking the opportunity to share some of our insights and impressions of what we've seen of the game so far. You can click on any image below to see a larger size version of the art. The Bandit brand is a new weapons... More
  • Blog Post: New Horizons: The Art Of Borderlands 2

    Jeramy Cooke, the art director for Borderlands 2, is ready for a change of scenery. After the dusty brown landscapes of the first game, the team at Gearbox Software is embarking on a new adventure to embrace as many diverse environments as Pandora has to offer. Check out the video to learn about the... More
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