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Apr
15
2014

Borderlands 2 DLC ends with Headhunter 5: Sir Hammerlock Versus the Son of Crawmerax today

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Sir Hammerlock invites all Vault Hunters to join him in the fifth and final Borderlands 2 Headhunter add-on, Sir Hammerlock Versus the Son of Crawmerax, releasing on April 15, 2014 for just USD $2.99 / GBP £2.39 / EUR 2,99 € on PC and Mac via Steam, Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation 3* via PlayStation Network! …continue reading » Borderlands 2 DLC ends with Headhunter 5: Sir Hammerlock Versus the Son of Crawmerax today

Dec
17
2013

Borderlands 2 gets Headhunter DLC 3: How Marcus Saved Mercenary Day

Just in time for the holidays, How Marcus Saved Mercenary Day, the third add-on in the Borderlands 2 Headhunter series, is available starting today via digital download across all available platforms worldwide for only $2.99. Get in the holiday spirit by dodging snow balls and fighting the terrifying Abominable Mister Tinder Snowflake all while trying to save Marcus’s shipment of guns. …continue reading » Borderlands 2 gets Headhunter DLC 3: How Marcus Saved Mercenary Day

Nov
20
2013

New Headhunter pack for Borderlands 2 is all about Thanksgiving

Hungry for more, Vault Hunters? You won’t have to wait long – The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler, the second Headhunter add-on for Borderlands 2, will be available beginning  November 26th* for just USD $2.99 / GBP £2.39 / EUR 2,99 € on PC and Mac via Steam, Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Marketplace, and PlayStation 3 via PlayStation Network! …continue reading » New Headhunter pack for Borderlands 2 is all about Thanksgiving

Oct
22
2013

Borderlands 2 gets Halloween-themed, TK Baha’s Bloody Harvest today

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The first in the Headhunter add-on series for Borderlands 2TK Baha’s Bloody Harvest,is available beginning today* via digital download across all available platforms worldwide** for only USD $2.99 / GBP £2.39 / EUR 2,99 € each. Join the zombified corpse of TK Baha in a spooky, Halloween-themed adventure that can be played in a single sitting, alone or cooperatively (we recommend bringing friends!). …continue reading » Borderlands 2 gets Halloween-themed, TK Baha’s Bloody Harvest today

Oct
12
2013
Oct
08
2013

Should you buy the Borderlands 2 GOTY Edition?

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Reviewing the contents of the Borderlands 2: Game of the Year Edition, I wondered if you could spend less than $59.99 for it. I used the Steam Store page for Borderlands 2 to determine cost and value, and break down items individually. There are some pieces of content that simply don’t have value. …continue reading » Should you buy the Borderlands 2 GOTY Edition?

Oct
08
2013

Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition is Now Available

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2K and Gearbox Software today announced that the Borderlands® 2 Game of the Year Edition is now available on all platforms in North America, and will be available internationally on October 11, 2013. With over $100 of gameplay content for only $59.99, players have never had a better opportunity to get their hands on the critically acclaimed Borderlands 2, all of the Season Pass content, two additional character classes, plus more for such an outstanding value. …continue reading » Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition is Now Available

Oct
05
2013

2K hosting a Borderlands 2 Loot Hunt worth $100,000

2K and Gearbox Software are continuing to celebrate the immense success of Borderlands® 2 with today’s announcement of the Borderlands 2 $100,000 Loot Hunt. Whether you’re already a grizzled vault hunter, or are planning to buy the Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition on October 8, 2013, fame, fortune, and loot – both in-and-out-of game – are up for grabs when this four-week sweepstakes begins on October 11, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. EDT. …continue reading » 2K hosting a Borderlands 2 Loot Hunt worth $100,000

Aug
30
2013
Oct
01
2012

Borderlands 2 Review

A sequel to Borderlands makes a lot of sense given the surprising success it had in 2009, followed by an aggressive and mostly well-received DLC campaign. The formula is simple, take what would be a generic first-person shooter and add RPG and quest elements. Then make the entire loot system all about guns rather than armor and clothing. The result was a frenzy of finding the rarest of weapons with the best properties to share and show to your friends. All of this eclipsed the weak ending of the main story.

…continue reading » Borderlands 2 Review