Borderlands, Eli Roth’s (Hostel) movie adaptation of the long-running “looter shooter” videogame franchise, has finally released its first trailer. And plenty of our favourite Vault Hunters are present.
Embracer Group is lined up to buy the board game powerhouse for €2.75bn. The sale was expected but it looks like they got €0.75bn more than initially thought.
On sale now, until they sell out, are Akedo gaming collection shoes at Zavvi.
There are two versions of the Borderlands action-shooter in RPG form; the standard edition which costs $59.99 an the Deluxe Edition which will typically cost $119.99 but is currently reduced to $99.99.
Sorel Amy is a Russian cosplayer and costume maker who does a great job at bringing Lilith to life.
Published in the UK by Titan Books, the collection of stunning illustrations is available to buy from October 29th and Amazon lists the recommended retail price at £35.
This is Geek Native’s wrap up of E3 2019 and the inaugural article of the Routinely Itemised column, sister to the very Irregular Reconnaissance. Here you’ll find a summary of E3 news on and off the blog.
It has a unicorn puking rainbows.
Heats will be held at MCM Comic Con London, Manchester and at Insomnia 65. The winners will then meet at the grand final at EGX 209 in London in October.
There’s more information for Borderlands 3 expected April 3 but we’ve the trailer for now.