Just as the Borderlands fanbase was starting to experience widespread joy puke withdrawals, Telltale Games announced the next episode of Tales from the Borderlands and singlehandedly cured an epidemic. Episode 3: Catch a Ride will continue from the last episode's cliffhanger, as Rhys and Fiona (plus Handsome Jack) make their daring escape after finding mysterious piece of Atlas technology. With the evil criminal "Queenpin" Vallory now added to the list of maniacs chasing them, the gang's search for the Vault is only getting more dangerous. Episode 3 will be available on Xbox platforms the week of June 23 for $4.99 or as part of the season pass. Check out some new screenshots after the jump.
The Enrichment Center would like to inform you that Zen Studios is teaming up with Valve to deliver a brand new pinball testing initiative. Portal Pinball will take you through Aperture Laboratories as you guide Chell and Wheatley through a series of test chambers. Help the duo escape the facility by infiltrating the Turret Factory, teaming up with Atlas and P-Body, and battling GLaD0S. Portal Pinball will quantum tunnel its way to Pinball FX 2 the week of May 25. Check out screenshots of the table after the jump.
Source: Zen Studios Blog
While the regular Borderlands series from Gearbox Software is hilarious in its own right Telltale Games took that humor to a completely higher level with the Tales from the Borderlands: A Telltale Game Series. It has been almost four months since Episode 1: ZerO Sum was released (XBLA Fans Review) and gamers have patiently been awaiting the next episode.
Coming to Pinball FX2 on both Xbox 360 and Xbox One next week is the Iron & Steel Pack. This pack will include two new tables: CastleStorm, based on another popular Zen Studios game, and Wild West Rampage, a completely original table with a (obviously) western theme. Also, in preparation for the release on Xbox 360, Zen Studios has released a massive title update that just might convince current Xbox One players to dust off their 360s for a revisit to a classic game.
If these leaked screenshots are to be believed, we may very well have our first look at Telltale's upcoming Game of Thrones series. The screens, first discovered by @lifelower, do have that certain Telltale style, so we're inclined to believe they're legit (or just really good fakes). While the game is going to focus on the little-known House Forrester, it appears that its members will cross paths with some familiar faces from the show.
Telltale recently revealed the first details of the series, which will span six episodes and follow five playable characters. Game of Thrones is coming later this year, but not before Telltale's other upcoming series Tales from the Borderlands.
By now you've probably heard Marvel's cosmic comedy Guardians of the Galaxy released on Friday and became a huge box office hit. Maybe you were one of the many who saw movie over the weekend. If you loved the blockbuster film, and also love Minecraft, you'll be pleased to know that you can literally bust blocks with Star-Lord and company. The Guardians of the Galaxy skin pack is available now for $1.99, featuring 24 skins inspired by both the movie and the comics. Check out the complete character list, complete with screenshots, after the jump.
What do you get when you cross Minecraft with childhood memories of Saturday morning? A brand new texture pack! The Cartoon Texture Pack makes every block in the world colorful and silly, just like the cartoons of yesteryear. If you've ever wanted to trick your friends with a fake tunnel or drop a piano on the head of an unsuspecting
roadrunner creeper, these are the textures you've been waiting for. Check out the screenshots after the jump to see all the potential hijinks this pack has to offer. The Cartoon Texture Pack is available now for $1.
Have you ever arrived to a movie late and had to sit in the front of the theater where you could barely see a thing because you were too close? You sat there the whole movie wishing you could just move to the back where you could see everything. Minecraft: Xbox One Edition is going to give you those back row seats.
These screenshots show a zoomed out reproduction of Andy Scott's horse-head sculptures The Kelpies that are located in Falkirk, Scotland.
Minecraft: Xbox One Edition is expected to release this August. Check out more screenshots after the jump.