Archive for posts tagged: Gearbox Software

Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep DLC Review

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Gearbox has certainly saved the best till last. Serving as the fourth, and possibly final, piece of DLC for Borderlands 2, Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep is the perfect complement to anyone’s Vault Hunting package. The clue here is in the name – Dragon Keep, for better or worse, is Tiny Tina’s show. Love her for the quirky misfit she is, or hate her for the annoying racist you perceive her to be, Tina is the one calling the shots. Read More »

Aliens: Colonial Marines Review

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Aliens: Colonial Marines is the gaming equivalent of what you’d get if you took the cadaver of James Cameron, gave it to Uwe Boll, showed that German prick the back of an Aliens DVD cover and then asked him to direct a made for TV after school special with a budget of three apples and a mule for the trade of goods and services. I honestly don’t think any more needs to be said. Read More »

This Generation’s Villains That Are Too Hard to Hate

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Sometimes, it’s just good to be bad. I’m one who constantly finds himself on the darker side of the line, often preferring beautifully written villains to the moral knights that strut through the battlefield, emerging from the dust and debris with the princess under one arm. These are just some of the generation’s villains just too hard to hate. The ones you can’t help but love. Read More »

Borderlands 2: Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt DLC Review

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I made no secret about my love for Borderlands’ first bit of DLC – Captain Scarlet and her Pirate’s Booty. It was fresh, funky and it proved to be a great little departure from the main story. Cue the collective sighs, because that winning streak is about to taken down a few pegs by Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt; an add-on that, I’m sad to say, is a bit of a letdown. Read More »

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