The gang returns from thanksgiving break with Tales from the Borderlands, Dragon Age, Star Wars, Kingdom Rush Origins, and more!
A game series based on a game series? Does that even make sense? Yes… yes it definitely does.
The male members of NA are together once again to talk about their weekly adventures in nerdery. Topics this week include Borderlands 2, Double Dragon Neon, fall television, and some more Google shenanigans.
Unlike PAX: East where only Maya and Salvador were playable, all four character classes were available to choose from at Prime, and I’ve been dying to get my hands on Zero the ninja. Given about 30 skill points to allocate, I ended up dumping almost all of my points into close combat as I was eager to see how this ninja thing really worked.
Not only is Colonial Marines the canonical sequel to Aliens (one of my favorite films of all time), the game played well and was visually stunning. The fine folks at Gearbox and SEGA have finally given us a release date that’s not too far off, February 12, 2013.
Whats new in the worlds of SWTOR and Mass Effect? Gearbox is good people, and we update our fall TV predictions. Reviews of Skyrim, Rayman Origins, Uncharted 3, and Battlefield 3. Finally, we try to convince “D the P” to play SWTOR in our open thread. Featuring Cossby Sweater’s “Comedians”, nice! (http://cossbysweater.bandcamp.com/)
This month’s Game Informer features a game that everyone is chomping at the bit for, Borderlands 2. The biggest revelation is that the four main protagonists from the original Borderlands would in fact return, but only as NPCS.
Let's call this one BorderSlug or MetalLands or BorderMetalSlugLands...I digress. Shoot Many Robots is an Action-RPG side scrolling game being put out by Demiurge. The studio up to this point has been best known for working alongside of other studios…