Posts Tagged ‘Promises’

Microsoft Still Loves You, Will Bring First-Party Games To PC

By Graham Smith on November 8th, 2013.

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“I think it’s fair to say that we’ve lost our way a bit in supporting Windows games,” says Microsoft Studios VP Phil Spencer in an interview with Shacknews. “But we’re back.”
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LAN, FOV, PC UI: Borderlands 2 Wants You Bad, Baby

By Alec Meer on March 19th, 2012.

You'd better have pin-sharp textures or it's all off, robot

The time: Autumn 2009.
The place: My PC, Jim’s PC, John’s PC, Kieron’s PC.
The game: Borderlands.
The situation: staring at router configuration screens, weeping, screaming, failing to make co-op work.

The time: Spring 2012.
The place: The internet.
The game: Borderlands 2.
The promise: Not to screw up the PC version.
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Lair Liar: Keep Your Word To Complete Promises

By Craig Pearson on February 22nd, 2012.

Can you be trusted?
Being a notorious liar has gave me many opportunities in life: my zeppelin is made of gold, my cat is the last of its species, and I’m typing this from the top of Skull Mountain. But it also made playing increpare’s tiny, dungeon crawler Promises really tough, as you need to keep your promises to snatch the keys to complete the game. I don’t want to spoil it, as there’s only a minute’s worth of game here and because I’m essentially a nice person with some flaws, so instead I’ll write some more lies. In Promises you fight a mega-copter made of the ghosts of old tanks, and if you Google the name of the game three times in a row there’s a small chance the rapture will occur. Look, just play it. I promise I’ll tell the truth below.
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