RUMOR: Borderlands 3 is a Prequel Set on the Moon

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RUMOR: Borderlands 3 is a Prequel Set on the Moon
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GamePointsNow is reporting that the next game in the Borderlands series is going to be a prequel set on the moon, Elpis, and is said to be taking place between the events of the first and second game.

Oxygen will play a huge role in the game, in fact it's actually going to be lootable in the form of OX -Kits.This adds a whole new layer to the combat with you requiring to manage your own oxygen levels while battling your foes, although it does lead to the option of shattering an enemies helmet to instantly deprive them of precious O2 and gain an advantage.

What do you think; bollocks or totally true? If it is true, are you stoked about the idea of Borderlands on the moon?

Far Cry 4 Out in 2015, Set in the Himalayas

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Far Cry 4 Out in 2015, Set in the Himalayas
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According to Eurogamer, Far Cry 4 will be released some time in the first half of 2015, and will be set in the Himalayas with ridable elephants. Expect to see your first look at the game at E3.

New Game Informer Cover Inbound

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Most of the internet thinks they'll reveal a new Batman after hints from the Batman: Hush page and the fact that Warner Bros already owns a bunch of domains related to a Batman: Hush game.



What do you think it'll be?

Sony Rumored to Announce Proper PS4 Virtual Reality Headset at GDC

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Sony Rumored to Announce Proper PS4 Virtual Reality Headset at GDC
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Techradar claims to have a confidential source telling them Sony is going to announce a VR headset good enough to rival the Oculus Rift at GDC, which starts on March 17th. Some suggest the announcement is coming at GDC rather than E3 in order to steal the spotlight away from Titanfall. What do you think, could a virtual reality headset put the PS4 ahead of the Xbone? Let us know in the comments below.

Nintendo Denies Reports That It's Offering Games on Smartphones

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Nintendo Denies Reports That It's Offering Games on Smartphones
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After an article in Nikkei claimed Nintendo was to begin working on making games available for smartphones, Nintendo has come forward and clarified to Engadget:

Nikkei's article contains information previously stated by Mr Iwata during past press conferences, including statements which relate to Nintendo's willingness to make use of smart devices to promote our products.

However during such past announcements Mr Iwata has also stated that Nintendo's intention is not to make Nintendo software available on smart devices and as such, we can confirm that there are no plans to offer minigames on smartphone devices.

Don't worry, you didn't buy that 3DS for nothing.

Skyrim Still Not Coming to Xbone and PS4

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