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    Another CEO stated a major title from a popular franchise would be this fiscal year which, for 2k, ends in September.

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    Since all I ever played was BL1/2/PS... was has Gearbox been up too lately that has been “bad”.

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    Not lately, but Duke Nukem Forever was the last really bad thing I can remember from them.

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    I could have bought an 11 pull and have 1000 gems left over, but all I got was this silly title.

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    Pre Sequel was primarily made by 2K Australia with assistance from Gearbox.

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    Duke Nukem came before Borderlands 2 funny enough. The only game Gearbox has done since The Pre-Sequel is Battleborn. Everything else they've done has been ports and remasters, but that also seems to be the majority of their work. Not counting Borderlands, the only games they've done is Battleborn, DNF, Aliens: Colonial Marines which was a travesty, and co-developed an Aliens 3ds game.

    That said I've loved every iteration of Borderlands and I love playing them with friends so I will trust them.

    EDIT: Oh guess they did Brother in Arms and Half-Life 1 additional games as well.

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    Homeworld Remaster and Deserts of Kharak were both good. They outsourced the development on both of them, but they were solid games.

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    moon jumping aside, the pre sequel and the claptrap dlc was the best story telling in all three games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhyis. View Post
    moon jumping aside, the pre sequel and the claptrap dlc was the best story telling in all three games
    I was just going to say, I don't get all the hate from Pre sequal. Some mechanics could have been better, but aside from that it was a real gem of a game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6souls View Post
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    Discover the co-op shooter-looter that started it all, crammed with additional content and enhancements! Equip bazillions of guns as one of four trigger-happy mercenaries, each with unique RPG skills. Take on the lawless, desolate planet of Pandora in pursuit of a powerful alien technology: The Vault. With brand new weapons, substantial visual upgrades, quality of life improvements, all four add-on packs, and more, Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition is the brand new definitive version of the award-winning 2009 first-person shooter / role-playing game hybrid, available now for the first time on current generation consoles.

    What’s New

    • Quality of Life Improvements: Significant updates to the game’s supporting systems allow for a smoother overall experience. For example:

    - A Borderlands 2-style mini-map, which you can toggle on and off, has been added to complement the original compass.
    - Substantial improvements to the inventory system—such as allowing you to “lock” weapons or mark them as “ junk ”—simplify item management.
    - Items like ammo, money, and health now auto-pick up from the ground.

    • Rewards Ready: With the addition of the SHiFT player rewards program, you can now use Golden Keys to unlock special in-game items and rewards. Returning SHiFT users who’ve played Borderlands 2 or The Pre-Sequel on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC will receive 75 free Golden Keys, as well as two randomly selected all-new weapons, for their first newly-created Vault Hunter.

    • Added Firepower: A new set of six named, custom-skinned Legendary weapons make the base game’s arsenal even deeper. Beat bosses or gather Golden Keys for a chance to collect ‘em all.

    • Badder Boss Battles: In direct response to fan feedback, the campaign ’s final boss encounter has been adjusted to be more engaging, challenging, and rewarding.

    • Cosmetic Customization: For the first time, you will be able to customize your Vault Hunter beyond simply selecting a color scheme. Each of the four available characters has five brand new cosmetic heads unlocked and equippable right from the start of the game.

    • Now Available on Modern Consoles: Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition makes the original Borderlands readily available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for the first time, in addition to providing a newly enhanced and visually remastered version for PC players .

    Free to Existing Owners on PC: If you already own the original Borderlands on Steam, you’ll be able to upgrade to Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition absolutely free.

    Key Features

    • Bazillions of Guns: Rocket-launching shotguns, enemy-torching revolvers, SMGs that fire lightning rounds, and tons more procedurally generated firearms.

    • RPG Progression: Slay your foes, gain experience points, and build out extensive skill trees unique to each of the four Vault Hunters.

    • Co-op Frenzy: Tear through the opposition as a crew of up to four, with four-player split-screen available on consoles and online co-op available across all platforms.

    • Rich Universe: Uncover the rewarding mysteries, memorable inhabitants, and deep lore of Pandora—and the Borderlands narrative universe.

    • Intense Vehicular Combat: Get behind the wheel and engage in frenetic vehicle-to-vehicle combat.

    • Radical Art Style: Traditional rendering techniques combined with hand-drawn textures give Borderlands its iconic style.

    Included Content

    • Borderlands [Base Game]: The original shooter-looter in all its visually remastered glory.

    • The Zombie Island of Doctor Ned [DLC]: Enter the corporate-owned small town known as Jakobs Cove and put an end to the rumors of the walking “undead.” New are as, new missions, new enemies, oh my!

    • Mad Moxxi’s Underdome Riot [DLC]: Celebrate the grand opening of Marcus Bank by taking on hundreds of foes in the only competitive arena around where you come back famous… or not at all.

    • The Secret Armory of General Knoxx [DLC]: Want more of the Borderlands story and more loot than you could possibly figure out what to do with? Add new guns, missions, vehicles and more!

    • Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution [DLC]: This destructive adventure invites you to battle a vicious new threat: a massive uprising of your former friends, the Claptraps.

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    auto grabbing money/ammo in my borderlands 1? oh hell yes

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    Allegedly releasing September 13th according to deleted post (and coming to Epic Games Store): https://twitter.com/Wario64/status/1112767604072964104

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    Oh man if it ends up as an EGS exclusive people are gonna be fucking mad.

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    Eh I'll wait til I hear from the devs themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corrderio View Post
    Eh I'll wait til I hear from the devs themselves.
    Pitchford tweeted about how he "can't wait to support the Epic store" and some other stuff along those lines. Could be people reading into it but I think that Wario twitter post is April Fools.

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    Why do people hate the Epic Games Store?

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    Because it's different from Steam. I'm guessing it also has something to do with the modding community on Steam.

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    It offers none of the features Steam does (reviews, forums, workshop, community shit, controller config, etc), is owned by Tencent, spyware, and has been getting games pulled off of Steam via exlcusive deals.

    The exclusive deals is probably what bugs people the most, like how Metro Exodus was removed from sale the day before release. People are a fan of having everything condensed into a single launcher. It's understandable for stuff like EA games being exclusive to Origin, but when Epic is just buying random games up with no warning it's gonna bother people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaslo View Post
    Why do people hate the Epic Games Store?
    They have jack shit for features

    Parses a Steam file it shouldn't be to get information on your friend list

    Can charge more for a game based on currency used

    Have managed to have devs pull games off Steam to use their store (New Metro was up on Steam for preorder for awhile before getting pulled. Some other games promised to on Steam via crowdfunding and then backed out and went to Epic)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corrderio View Post
    Have managed to have devs pull games off Steam to use their store (New Metro was up on Steam for preorder for awhile before getting pulled. Some other games promised to on Steam via crowdfunding and then backed out and went to Epic)
    Technically, how is that Epic's fault and not the Dev's?

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