C’mon, Gearbox Software! Fuck you, fuck your new IPs. You’re not working on Borderlands 3 right now? You need to. Don’t misunderstand me. I need you to. It keeps the glue in my blood-brain barrier from dissolving, which will let the omni-slugs into my rotting-piece.
Never mind my hesitation. All it took was a trailer to make me loot-moan. My vault is ready to gape open for this goodness,
I’m not really sure if I’m getting a golden key with my copy of Borderlands 2. I ordered the most expensive copy I could find on Amazon, so if it I’m not getting it, I got fucked. The conceit behind the key is pretty awesome, and one that I quietly am hoping I can exploit to my own wonderment.
The Money Making Minds behind Borderlands 2 have announced a season pass for the upcoming title. Such a swag bag will entitle you to all of the game’s DLC for a mere $30. I’m not a computational wizard, but that shit is at least 50% off what you’d have to spend to buy it as it came out. As a dorkus who was going to snag all of the DLC and rub it so, so, so lovingly all over my own shanty towns, I’m excited.
What with all the rejiggering of this year’s game releases, Borderlands 2 has elevated itself to the position of my most anticipated joint. Here’s some new screenshots of the bitty. I’m totally loving the fact that they’re employing an entire palette this time, not just a wasteland of brown and poopy-green.
Hit the jump for some screenshots.
Borderlands 2 goes In The Jungle. Wasn’t what you were expecting, but god dammit you’ll fucking love it.
Now that Diablo 3 has dropped and BioShock Infinite has gotten shoved into a date past the Year of Mayan Oblivion, I’m hard pressed to figure out a jam I want more this year than Borderlands 2. I’m also not really thinking that hard, between the caffeine haze and my ADD.
Here’s some info on my must-have.
My goodness. My love for Borderlands is unmatched by many a franchise. It is a love so strong that it will have me doing ludicrous things, like opting into ridiculous special editions I don’t need, and really can’t afford.
The head honcho of Gearbox Software has opened up about the Wii U and did a good job of pulling its pants down while trying to give it a compliment.