Why money matters in Tales from the Borderlands

Handsome Jack’s fleshed-out backstory isn’t the only trip players will take to the Borderlands universe in the near future. Some new details have been released in regards to Telltale’s contribution to the series, Tales from the Borderlands, including how money is the root of each character’s motivation.

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Nuclear Throne adds co-op multiplayer

The apocalypse is usually better with friends, which is why Vlambeer is adding co-op multiplayer to their upcoming roguelike Nuclear Throne. The developer released some new footage of the game at PAX East, showing some more of the post-apocalyptic world and the many dangers that have come to inhabit it before showing some of the new two-player co-op feature, which will allow a pair of buddies to blast some radioactive rats together.

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Warlords of Draenor level-90 boost to ‘bring people back to the same point’

WoW‘s Warlords of Draenor expansion is introducing a few features to tempt back longtime fans, like its one-time-use instant level 90. Blizzard senior game designer Steve Burke recently explained how that function is engineered to help people get their friends back into the game.

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Last Life a sci-fi noir on Mars, and Double Fine’s second publishing deal

Double Fine has revealed the second game to get a shot in the arm from its new indie publishing program, Last Life. The first salvo of the publisher’s assistance is coming in helping to launch a crowd-funding effort, which is already well on its way to completion.

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Secrets of Rætikon takes flight on April 17

It’s almost time to take to the skies with Broken Rules’ new aerial exploration game, Secrets of Rætikon. The Chasing Aurora developer has announced that their ambient open-world flight game will take to the skies on PC and Mac on April 17.

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