TWIG: Swans, Cars, and Guns.


Hey, vault hunters! Did you know the Borderlands 2 DLC came out? “Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty” is a campaign expansion set in a very,very sandy place of Pandora. There is no water, save for an underwater oasis you have go to through for one of the missions. There’s a new vehicle, new enemies, new bosses. I’ve only played through about a quarter of the new story campaign, and I’ve run across more weird then I thought I would. It’s perfect Borderlands.

While I haven’t found another Tiny Tina, Captain Scarlett is close to being so completely insane and funny that she might be your new favorite character. I don’t trust that Shade fella’, though. There’s also the mechromancer character available for download, if you want to spend the points on that. She’s the newest class, a sassy teenager  with the default name Gaige with a robot pal that kicks series bandit butt, once you level him up enough



Medal of Honor Warfighter

October 23, 2012

PS3, PC, Xbox 360

New areas, new battles, new curse words in foreign languages. This is Medal of Honor, folks. They have their magic formula and are sticking to it.


Medal of Honor Warfighter is the sequel to the hit shooter set in realistic Middle East warfare campaigns.


Forza Horizon

October 23, 2012

Xbox 360

Forza gives you more dream cars to drool over. It’s a racing sim, so don’t expect to be able to crash and keep going. (You don’t want to play racing games with me.)

Combining the legendary Forza Motorsport authenticity with a festival atmosphere and the freedom of the open road, Forza Horizon is a high-intensity, action-racing game set against the backdrop of the world’s most unique motorsport party. Featuring an expansive landscape, daring driving maneuvers to master, a rousing soundtrack and visceral moment-to-moment gameplay, Forza Horizon offers an immersive pick-up-and-play experience while retaining the unrivaled realism, diversity and innovation that are hallmarks of the “Forza Motorsport” franchise


The Unfinished Swan

October 23, 2012


This extremely artistic indie is a stark, minimalist maze game, and you’re choosing to chase a swan. Why does one chase a swan? In this case, it is to discover the King of Stark Swantopia. Start with a blank screen and throw paint to discover the landscape around you. It sounds extremely engaging and I… I want to play it.

An independently-produced title, Unfinished Swan is a surreal maze game set in an entirely blank world. You find yourself chasing after a swan who has wandered off into a surreal, unfinished kingdom. The game begins in a completely white space, and you can throw paint to splatter the surroundings and reveal the world around you. Discover the land through further innovative new game mechanics to uncover your surroundings. Each level will bring new twists, challenges, and puzzles until you eventually come face-to-face with the eccentric King that built this realm.
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