The controversial Duke Nukem teaser page made by Interceptor and 3D Realms has been replaced in the midst of Gearbox Software's lawsuit.
Inside the replica moonbase Gearbox and 2K Australia built on the floor at PAX East, I'm watching a live gameplay demo of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
Who knew that FPS-based combat on the moon could look so handsome?
Get ready to shoot and loot your way to glory in Borderlands 2 as you hold the world of Pandora in the palm of your hands.
Better get some Pink Floyd ready, because the next entry of the Borderlands series will reportedly take place between Borderlands 1 and 2 and could take us to the dark side of the moon.
The original creators of Duke Nukem have finally released a statement in regards to Gearbox's allegations that they no longer have the right to continue using the franchise name.
The Denmark-based developer has purchased the former studios of the Duke while an earth-shattering lawsuit is on its way.
It looks like Duke Nukem can't be forever now that Gearbox has filed a lawsuit against the Duke's original creator, 3D Realms, and Interceptor Entertainment over unauthorized use of the king.
In these newest screenshots for Borderlands 2's final piece of downloadable content, we get to see the background set for the ultimate duel between the Sir Hammerlock and the Son of Crawmerax.
Borderland 2's upcoming downloadable content, Mad Moxxi and the Wedding Day Massacre, is all about trying to spread love and inspire peace in accordance with Valentine's Day, but some people (who have an army of cronies and an arsenal of guns) just aren't having it.