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  1. Tales from the Borderlands was a surprise announcement by Telltale Games late last year at VGX, and now the developer is ready to spill even more info on their highly anticipated collaboration with Gearbox. First off, the first screens of the game have finally been shown off, and—surprise!—it looks a lot like Telltale's other recent efforts (The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us, namely), though it's also in keeping with the same cel-shaded visual style that Gearbox created for the series. Fans will also be happy to know that Tales from the Borderlands takes place after the events of Borderlands 2, unlike the recently announced Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, which will take place between the first game and the second. There will also be two protagonists through which the story is told, and you'll alternate between the two as the story progresses. The first is a low-level data-miner within Hyperion named Rhys who apparently has his own ambitions; the other is Fiona, a fast-talking con-artist looking to pull off the con of a lifetime. Neither are vault hunters, but that doesn't mean you won't run into any during the course of the story; in fact, one confirmed to appear is Zero, and Telltale is teasing more appearances from others throughout the first two games as well as from The Pre-Sequel. One additional neat point is that any loot you come across in the game will be able to used in other areas of the Borderlands franchise, presumably meaning the other games. Tales from the Borderlands is expected to release this Summer for $4.99 an episode. Source: Press Release, PlayStation Blog Are you excited for Tales from the Borderlands?
  2. Marcus Estrada

    Borderlands 2 DLC Packaged for Retail

    Although many players out there buy DLC as it arrives, others do not. Whether it be due to lacking a "season pass", or just wanting a deal, DLC for popular games accumulates rather quickly when you don't stay on top of it. Such is the case for Borderlands 2 which has so far seen two new campaigns as well as an additional character and other goodies. Today 2K Games and Gearbox Software announced the Borderlands 2: Add-On Content Pack which comes with all current DLC. Those who have been tuning out the DLC releases should check out what's included: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty, Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage, Mechromancer Gaige character, Creature Slaughter Dome, and some more weapons and skins are all included here. Considering the content would sell separately for around $40, it is a bit of a discount at $30. All this comes packed on a disc which means you have to pick it up at retail. The Borderlands 2: Add-On Content Pack will be out February 26th for 360, PS3, and PC. If you don't even have the main game yet then it might be worth waiting around longer and seeing if a Game of the Year release eventually arrives.
  3. Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales may be finished for the year, but now it is time to break the seals on the discounted goodies acquired. A large influx of Pandoran Vault Hunters will likely occur considering many store ads placed the recently released Borderlands 2 on sale. So, what better way to celebrate than a 24-hour Golden Key Bonanza? Gearbox Software, utilizing Twitter and Facebook accounts, decided to drop a series of 5 SHiFT codes for each platform this weekend. The first code will go live at 6:00 PM CST tonight and remain active for 3 hours. Each code, redeemable in-game, can only be used once per account. The code drop schedule is: Friday, November 30 - Post at 6PM CST, Active until 9PM CST Friday, November 30 - Post at 11PM CST, Active until 2AM CST Saturday, December 1 - Post at 5AM CST, Active until 8AM CST Saturday, December 1 - Post at 11AM CST, Active until 2PM CST Saturday, December 1 - Post at 3PM CST, Active until 6PM CST Did you miss the sale on Borderlands 2? Fear not, Best Buy posted the title as today's Deal of the Day for $27.99, available for in store pick-up.
  4. Borderlands 2 may be just a few weeks away from release, but for those of you who missed the first Borderlands, you'll be glad to know that it'll be free to download on Playstation Plus starting next week on September 4th! There will also be a special sale for all of it's Add-Ons as well, which will be 50% off for two weeks. Or if you prefer, you can grab the Add-On bundle, which will also be 50% off. Borderlands will be replacing The Walking Dead Episodes 1 and 2, so for anyone who's still interested in playing those two, be sure to download it before next Tuesday. Also, other new Playstation Plus deals include the following: On 8/28 Space Channel 5: Part 2 - PS+ price: $2.99 Reg Sale: $4.99 Spelunker HD - PS+ price: $5.00 Reg Sale: $9.99 On 9/4 Daytona USA - PS+ price: $2.99 Reg Sale: $4.99 Greed Corp - PS+ price: $2.50 Reg Sale: $4.99