Tag Archives: Borderlands

Check out Athena’s skills in Borderlands:The Pre-Sequel

Skills for kills Moon Agent, skills for kills. The real magic behind Borderlands has always been in the light RPG mechanics behind each character. After all, why focus on just shooting when you can tailor your Vault Hunter to be able to shoot ricocheting bullets that stack anarchy and cause elemental havoc? The upcoming Pre-Sequel to Borderlands features four such new additions. Here’s a look at the skill tree of a character who rhymes with Shmaptain Shmamerica.

Check out episode one of the making of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel!

Here at Lazygamer, we love us some Borderlands, as I’m so fond of telling Umar with each and every article that I possibly can (JOKES LUVS YOO). Borderlands, its sequel and various add-ons, have been an American product in the hands of Gearbox ever since the franchise arrived. But with Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, players are getting a game with a very Australian development feel to it.

Borderlands:The Pre-Sequel could arrive on PS4 and Xbox One

If there’s one bunch of games that I’ve perhaps put too many damn hours into, it has to be Borderlands and its superb sequel. I’m currently reaching the hundred hour mark on that game as I replay missions yet again in order to build up my Mechromancer (BEST ROBOT EVAR), and you can be damn well certain that I want some time alone with the upcoming Pre-Sequel game. That game is only scheduled for old-gen consoles and PC at the moment. But it could be more handsome on new-gen as well.

E3 2014 – Borderlands:The Pre-Sequel is pure dance-kittens

The moons of Pandora. Desolate, barren and populated by bandits who are married to their own sisters. It’s the kind of environment that is just asking for four plucky adventurers to go on a lunar rampage in. And become moo-oo-oon kings!

Explore the moon in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

I don’t think that it’s a secret exactly that I happen to be a massive fan of Borderlands. I’ve absorbed countless bullets in that game, and have watched Claptrap defeated by a flight of stairs at least a dozen times. So yes, I’m kind of excited for more Borderlands content. Especially when it involves seeing Claptrap cause havoc while wearing a cute beret.

Borderlands 2 PS Vita Review Round-Up

Here at Lazygamer.net (A proud partner of Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated), we’re all massive fans of Borderlands 2. We’ve sunk dozens and dozens of hours into the game collectively, and the idea of some Borderlands on the go is actually rather intriguing. So what’s the game like then? Rather crap it seems.

Borderlands The Pre-sequel size similar to the first game

Most games these days are done-in-one experiences that offer little replay value and focus more on tacked-on multiplayer. The original Borderlands and its sequel however, were lengthy forays into the wilderness of Pandora. And you can expect the same kind of length in the Pre-Sequel.

Meet the new gang of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

Is the world ready for Borderlands 3? Probably not. But is it ready for an interquel, dubbed Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel? The answer to that, is a definitive maybe. The curtain was finally pulled open yesterday on the new game that is being developed by 2K Australia. Here’s what you can expect to find in the missing chapter of Borderlands.

Borderlands 3 is not in development

I love internet conspiracies - they are fun and silly and outlandish. My favorite are all the Half Life 3 fake mathematics to prove that the game is actually coming. But Gearbox isn't going to let you do that to Borderlands 3. It just isn't in development.

Tequila behind Telltale’s collaboration with Gearbox

Tequila often leads to strange pairings, as any bartender or bar fly can attest. However, at last year's Spike VGAs, it helped bring Telltale Games and Gearbox together, eventually leading to that strange love child that will be Tales from the Borderlands.

The Lazygamer Top 100 games of this generation – 41-50

Can you believe it, we're in the top half of the list! Have you agreed with us so far? Are you excited about the games we've yet to name? Or do you just know we're going to troll you all anyway? Nah, not really. Just remember that these games are selected because they made us happy this generation of gaming - nothing to do with sales, scores, metrics or other mumbo jumbo.

Telltale’s making a Borderlands game

I’m honestly quite conflicted. I love Borderlands unequivocally. Very little of that has to do with the story though; it’s all got to do with looting and shooting. I love Telltale equally; their adventure games tell some of the best stories in the videogame medium. I’m just not sure the two will work together.  

Johnny Walkerthrough – Beating Terramorphous

With a GOTY edition of Borderlands 2 on the way, what better way to celebrate a year of loot ‘n shoot than with a look back at one of the most frustrating bosses ever created for a game? I’m talking Terramorphous the Invincible, several tons and hundreds of meters of Japanese sex-tentacles and bad attitude. And I finally beat the bastard.

Don’t expect a co-op increase in future Borderlands games

Borderlands 2 is one of the few games where I actively use the co-op feature. A team of vault hunters travelling around Pandora is actually pretty damn fun, thanks to the dynamics that exist between a group of four different players. But that’s the team-based deadline right there, as you’ll never be able to expand your squad beyond that quatro limit. And there’s a reason for that.

New Borderlands 2 DLC will make the game even more difficult

Last year, we made Borderlands 2 our game of 2012, and at the rate that I’m still playing the game, it might be a 2013 winner as well. The latest DLC has injected some new life into the game, but developer Gearbox isn’t done yet as they’ll be bustin’ a level cap in yo ass soon.