Join the 4LOG crew for their thoughts on Gears of War Judgement, Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm and World of Warcraft.
Ten Minute Topic: Changes we want to see from EA.
Peter Moore in line to take over as CEO of EA.
New Borderlands 2 DLC inbound. New character and content.
Saints Row 4 coming this August.
Badass Rank issue has been fixed and new DLC has been announced.
Boderlands 2 has received a patch addressing Badass Rank issues and related data. Other general tweaks and fixes have been applied to both PS3 and Xbox 360 versions. You can get the full patch notes for both through the links.
In more Borderlands 2 news, it looks as though the next DLC to hit the game will be called Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt. The DLC was outed on Gearbox’s forums, and the title of the DLC was confirmed to Polygon by a representative for the developer – although no additional information was provided.
Were you one of those affected by the Badass Rank wipe? Are you excited for the new DLC? Let us know below. Check out our Borderlands 2 Review.
Mr. Torgue’s Campaign Of Carnage set to arrive next week
The second of four Borderlands 2 DLC has been confirmed and detailed. The Dlc is called Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage and will release November 20, 2012. The new DLC was introduced on the echocast twitter feed by Mr. Torgue himself. Below is the officially description
This story-driven expansion challenges players to conquer all that the titular Mr. Torgue has waiting in his newly-constructed Badass Crater of Badassitude, complete with a new storyline, new areas and environments, new bosses, new guns, new character customizations and more. In addition, Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage features appearances from fan-favorite characters like Tiny Tina and Mad Moxxi!
Available for download on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 and will be available for $9.99 / 800 Microsoft Points by itself or as part of the Borderlands 2 Season Pass which bundles all four campaign add-ons for $29.99 / 2400 Microsoft Points.
You can also check out our Borderlands 2 Review.
Borderlands 2 Returns You to Pandora on a Freight Train From Hell
When Gearbox and 2K released the original Borderlands in 2009 it received a very warm reception. Borderlands was a first person shooter touting an unheard of variety of weapons, a class based RPG build complete with skill trees, and an addictive cooperative, loot grinding, campaign that seemingly never ends; Borderlands catered to more audiences than you can shake a stick at but suffered from shallow skill trees and a paper-thin story. I’ve enabled myself to put down the controller and stop playing it long enough to review it. Will the successor iron out the wrinkles? Here is the lowdown on the much awaited sequel: Borderlands 2.
Join the For the Love of Gaming Podcast as they talk about Borderlands 2, and find out how they feel about Gearbox’s over the top shooter.
Welcome to a special edition of For the Love of Gaming Podcast. The 4LOG crew has gotten together to talk about one of 2012’s biggest titles, Borderlands 2.
Join the 4LOG crew as the talk about Handsome Jack, different classes, loot, story elements and much more from Borderlands 2.
Let us know what are your favorite things about Borderlands 2 in the comment section below.
Borderlands 2 Pirate DLC coming October 16th
Gearbox has announced Borderland’s Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty downloadable content to the Associated Press. The pack will be available on October 16th and “focuses on the one-eyed pirate queen Captain Scarlett and is set amid an expansive desert that features a bandit-filled shanty town called Oasis.”
The add-on will be available for $10 and is the first of four campaign add-ons that will be released for Borderlands 2. Players can alternately purchase a Season Pass for $29.99, which will offer access to all four add-ons as they’re released. Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty has players “battling new enemies like sand worms, hovering across the terrain in the new sand skiff vehicle and collecting a new currency called seraph crystals.”