Borderlands 3 Gets Cool ‘ECHOcast’ Twitch Extension

Not content to just release a new Borderlands game later this year and let the money roll in, Gearbox has announced a brand-new feature that’s certain to get streaming fans pumped for the chance to watch it on Twitch as well as play it.

Catching the Bus to the Borderlands

When Borderlands first released back in 2009, I was still too wrapped up in Halo 3, Uncharted 2 and Assassins Creed 2 to care much about Gearbox’s goofy looter-shooter. I looked at it as a novelty rather than the prototype for the modern live service game it turned out to be. So, I missed it….

Into the Chaos: Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2 and I shouldn’t have gotten along. It’s an first-person shooter, and a fairly aggressive one at that. It strongly suggests the addition of teammates. It’s tiredly open-world. It contains only limited role-playing elements. There are no difficulty options. Its story seemed to require prerequisite knowledge from the first game. Well, what’s that they…

Finding Destiny in the Borderlands

Image by Flickr user: JBLivin (cc) Destiny’s 2.0 update has arrived, and with its arrival the stage is set for the coming of The Taken King. Many changes have been made in preparation for the launch of Destiny’s first major expansion, and the sum of these changes is a game that feels both familiar and foreign….

Saturday Video Round Up: March 8 – 14

The following post was submitted by GamerCrash. The original can be found here. — Even though there was a major conference taking place last weekend with PAX East, that didn’t stop the flow of new trailers from gracing the internet. The Round Up is back once again compiling all of the best ones I could…

Destiny: How The Alpha Totally Changed My Mind

Screenshot captured by Hatm0nster (yours truly) I’ve never been happier to be wrong about a game. Never. I was all set and ready to write-off Destiny as a game I wasn’t going to like. Aside from its universe and setting, it seemed like most everything else coming out about the game was giving me reason…

Community Post: Some Games Are Better On Co-op

Around the time I got my Xbox 360 a few years ago, I didn’t have an Xbox Live Gold subscription. Friends who had an Xbox and a Gold subscription kept telling me I needed to get one. The reason? You can only play with your friends online if you have a subscription. This was also…