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Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2 is a forthcoming first-person shooter video game with role-playing elements in development for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. Gearbox Software is currently in development of the Borderlands 2 and 2K Games is its publisher. The game is scheduled to be released on September 18, 2012 inU.S.and September 21, 2012 inU.K.

Borderland 2 is a sequel to its predecessor Borderland, a 2009 video-game, developed by Gearbox Software and is build upon the gameplay elements as implemented in its predecessor Borderland. The game is entirely a role-playing shooter video game including character-building elements.

The game offers four different characters to play with, each with their unique special skills and with expertise with definite weapons. The game begins; player takes on quests, and is rewarded with money, points and sometimes with an item throughout the gameplay, the game features certain abilities of killing enemies and the allocating the rewarded points into a skill tree that will feature three distinct powers of the character giving you a thrashing gameplay experience.

The game features glorious graphics and includes unique graphic style. The game offers online multiplayer cooperative mode that supports up to four-player along with class-mod, three branch skill tree. Borderlands 2 features unique, expansive and customize weaponry system, smooth-drifting vehicles, dynamic quest system. The game includes a complete new AI encouraging team-work in the gameplay. Get ready to experience a thrashing combat against your enemies, beat them up and smash them down with latest technologies weaponry system or i would say “Get ready to joy puck your face off!!!”.

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Spec Ops: The Line

Spec Ops: The Line is an upcoming third-person shooter video game under development by Yager Development and produced by 2K Games. It is set to be released on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game is encouraged by “Heart of Darkness”, a novel by Joseph Conrad.

The gameplay emphasis on squad-based tactics. Generally in Squad Team there are three major roles Captain Walker, Lieutenant Adams and Sergeant Lugo. The player controls Captain Martin Walker who is escorted by a Delta Force bravo team to rescue a U.S. Army Colonel who remained behind in Dubai.

To get done this goal, players must pass through the city to defuse enemy threats and natural disasters to find and recover the lost Colonel, named John Konrad. Enhanced weapons and equipments are made available for player with succession of level, which makes gaming experience a quite brutal one. Squad orders will also be available, allowing the player to direct their teammates to perform certain actions or move to certain areas.

A multi-player mode will be included as well, though the extent of this has yet to be revealed. Yager describes the multiplayer as a campaign that expands the single-player experience. In addition, there will be multiple mode types with at least a few focusing on territory deformation and expansion.

 Captain Walker:

“I DON’T WANT TO SAY BEING A SOLDIER IS A WAY OF LIFE, because honestly, that’s the kind of bullshit recruiters sling at high-school kids. But there is something to it… You gotta understand, being soldier isn’t like having a job. You’re just one gear in a much larger machine.

It’s not a way of life; it’s how we’re built. We’re just not wired for the day-to-day civilian world.

WE GO IN, WE DO WHAT’S NECESSARY, AND THEN WE DIE.”

 Lieutenant Adams:

“WHEN I’M ON THE JOB, I’M NOT A PERSON.

I’m a tool, and I have to adapt to whatever the mission requires. If I bring my baggage into the field, it’ll just get in the way.

Only thing that matters are the words ‘Mission Accomplished.’ The sooner I hear those words, THE SOONER I CAN GO HOME AND GET BACK TO BEING ME.”

Sergeant Lugo:

“SO HERE’S THE THING…I NEVER ACTUALLY THOUGHT THEY’D LET ME IN HERE.

Sure, I speak six languages. Gimme a broken radio and a paperclip, and I’m MacGuyver. I can deadeye a squirrel at 2000 meters. And, to top it all off, I’m the sexiest thing ever poured into a pair of ACUs.

WHEN YOU ADD IT ALL UP, IT’S OBVIOUS THEY’D WANT ME IN DELTA FORCE”

The Darkness II

The Darkness II is a psychological horror video game developed by Digital Extremes and published by 2K Games for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Mac OS X and Xbox 360. The game was actually scheduled to be released on July 10, 2011 and then later on October 4, 2011, however it was delayed for both dates and was released on February 23, 2012.

The Darkness II is a direct sequel to the game The Darkness. Unlike the first game, the darkness II features remarkable graphics that gives player a superb experience throughout the gameplay. The Darkness II actually used cel-shading technique for graphics development, emulating the artistic of its graphic novel namesake. The game runs on Evolution Engine.

The Darkness II features both Single player and multiplayer mode, along with a campaign “Vendettas”, in which players play as one of the hitmen, each of who have specific Darkness powers and go on missions for Jackie. The campaign “Vendetta” features both single player and online co-operative option, this campaign happens all at once as the game’s main campaign.

The campaign entail player to uncover and bring Johnny Powell to the Mansion and look for the Spear of Destiny at a heavily armed business facility owned by a millionaire, David Graves. Once David Graves has been found, David plunges the Spear of Destiny into his chest, renovating himself into a flying dragon-like hell-beast. Once David is defeated, the four characters return to the mission table and are congratulated upon their success. Each character in the game has two unique features upgraded to their unique weapons and the darkness powers.

System requirements for Windows Gaming

 Minimum requirements:

  •  Microsoft Windows XP
  • Intel Core 2 Duo 2 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+
  • 1.5 GB of RAM
  • NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT 256 MB or ATi Radeon HD 2600 Pro 256 MB
  • DirectX compatible sound card
  • 10 GB of free hard disk space

Recommended requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows XP
  • 2.4 GHz quad core
  • 2 GB of RAM
  • NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512 MB or ATi equivalent
  • DirectX compatible sound card
  • 10 GB of free hard disk space