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Game of The Year Edition includes a loot chest full of DLC. Sadly, not a literal loot chest.
Pandora lives on
Roll for Initiative, suckas!
Likes to play with fire
Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep looks to be Borderlands 2′s final DLC.
Who doesn’t love a bit of Poker? Especially when no real-money is involved, and it’s purely for fun. Oh, and contains much loved video game characters such as ClapTrap, Brock Samson, Sam, Ash Williams and GLaDOS?
It seems a sixth playable character could be joining the roster of Borderlands 2 alongside Axton, Salvador, Zer0, Maya and Gaige – added as part of the next substantial slice of downloadable content.
It must be debut month or something, as Reviews Editor Mick Fraser joins us for his first ever Godcast this week.
We go exploring in deepest Aegrus to review the third expansion for Gearbox Software’s bonkers gun-fest, Borderlands 2.
New skins and heads packs come to Gearbox’s fantastic FPS; Borderlands 2.
A producer at Gearbox has confirmed that Borderlands 2′s level cap will rise above 50 in the next few months.
Borderlands 2 is a great game, we all know that. So we’ve teamed up with 2K Games to bring you a great opportunity to win not only a copy of the game on PlayStation 3, but a veritable motherload of swag.
Released worldwide today for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC it will cost you either 800 Microsoft Points or £7.99, or if you’ve got the season pass, it’ll be free.
It’s all come down to this moment, folks. This is the moment we reveal our top ten games of the year, culminating in that coveted award for the very best game released in 2012.
Want more Borderlands 2? Gearbox have got you covered. Here are some shiny screenshots and a spanking new trailer for their third slice of downloadable craziness.
As we continue the GodisaGeek Game of the Year Awards 2012, it’s time to talk about the best multiplayer games of the past year.
As we continue the GodisaGeek Game of the Year Awards 2012, it’s time to talk about the best single player games of the past year.