/// February 18, 2016 | EPISODE 159
Below are the news stories that may not have made the headlines today but are worth reading!
Gamers never die…..
Just like the Games of Our Lives…
/// GAMES FEATURED
►Tales from the Borderlands
►Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2
►Far Cry Primal
►Just Cause 3
/// Tales from the Borderlands Getting a Physical Disc Release this April!
For those of you who’ve yet to play the critically acclaimed Tales from the Borderlands – you’re in luck! Gearbox Software, Telltale Games, 2K and The Hyperion Corporation are bringing the whole game – all five glorious episodes – to a shiny disc format you can buy in stores!
Play across Pandora in the aftermath of Borderlands 2 as corporate-climbing Rhys – who dreams of becoming the next Handsome Jack or as Fiona, a small time grifter going after the big score.
Play as both…because there are two sides to every story. And this one? Well, YOU’RE in the middle of it.
Come April 26th in North America (and April 22nd in Europe) you can tell your side of the story.
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/// Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 Trial is Now Available for EA and Origin Access!
/// Far Cry Primal Developer Diary ~ ‘Bringing the Stone Age to Life’!
/// Epic’s MOBA ‘Paragon’ Gameplay Trailer & Impression Videos!
/// Guillermo del Toro: ‘I’ll do whatever Kojima wants’!
Del Toro and and Kojima joined host Geoff Keighley on stage at DICE today to talk about their friendship and collaboration on horror teaser PT.
The filmmaker reiterated that he’s pretty much done with video games after this last disappointment.
“Except with this man, I’ll do whatever the fuck he wants,” del Toro said, indicating Kojima.
“Do you want him to do something, Kojima?” Keighley asked.
“Nah,” said Kojima, jokingly. Del Toro explained that he is an albatross; he went to work with THQ and it went bust, and he went to work with Kojima just before a nasty break up with Konami. | Read More
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/// Just Cause 3 Air, Land & Sea Expansion Pass Details Revealed!
/// Bethesda working on “three long-term” projects “different” from what it’s done before!
Bethesda is currently working on three titles which Todd Howard said are “long term projects.”
Speaking at DICE, Howard wouldn’t elaborate on what these games were, or the contents, but he did say each were “different” than what the studio has done before.
They are definitely Bethesda-style games, he said, as they are “big and crazy” much like Fallout and The Elder Scrolls, but still “different.”
There’s over 100 people on the Fallout 4 team, and once the extra content and Creation Kit have been released, Howard said maybe more will be discussed on these new games. But for now, as one can expect, the focus is on Fallout 4. | Source
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/// Far Cry Primal Marketing ~ PS4 & DualShock 4 Crafted from Stone!