No Man’s Sky isn’t the first game to use procedural generation, but boy, does it look good.
For those you love and those you hate, GamesBeat brings you an alternative holiday shopping guide for the gamers in your life.
Sponsored Post For those that have been eagerly awaiting the release of next week’s BioShock Infinite, we break down the digital sale preorder bonuses between retailers.
Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford explains the twisty — and thoroughly geeky — path his studio traveled in securing the rights to the Aliens franchise.
Raising the level cap would be like remaking the game all over again, says Borderlands 2 developer.
Required listening is a new monthly feature focusing on game soundtracks and the people who lovingly create them. For the first edition, we’ll take a look at Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, DmC: Devil May Cry, and Anarchy Reigns, as well as an in-depth interview with Aliens: Colonial Marines composer Kevin Riepl.
Our festival of silly rewards continues. Today, we’re talking about all the ridiculous awards you get for killing stuff.
An ad revealed 2K Games and developer Gearbox’s plans for an iOS port of Borderlands called Borderlands Legends.
Lilith struts her stuff in this excellent Borderlands cosplay!
Borderlands 2 doesn’t stray far from the formula of its predecessor, but it’s bigger and better in every way.
Borderlands 2 just came out, but you can already take advantage of it with these handy tricks and exploits!
What does it take to convert an avowed Borderlands hater? Just a special hands-on preview of Borderlands 2…and its new, improved, and totally deranged sense of humor.
Here are seven examples of how some awesomely geeky grooms-to-be used video games to pop the big question.
Video game streaming service OnLive gets a three-window spectating feature called MultiView, and its competitive, cooperative, and multiplayer advantages immediately stand out.
Editor’s Pick 2012 will see some of the biggest releases ever in the massively multiplayer online role-playing game genre. GamesBeat has rounded up the most promising titles and asked their developers, “What makes your game unique?”
Developer Gearbox isn’t necessarily going the “more is better” route for this September’s Borderlands 2. Instead, the creators seem focused on fixing the few perceived problems from the first game or simply fulfilling fan requests. Here’s how they’re tackling….