Archive for December, 2009
…And you can pick up a bunch of loot at once, though this will probably only apply if you run a multiple Bloodwing build, as seen on the Borderlands wikia. At level 50, multiple stacks of $700 to one grand are not uncommon. From each enemy. Plus health. And ammo. Add in a maxed Ransack skill and there is a 100 percent chance to get another item from each consecutive kill. Following are a few caps and a short clip of a Mordecai with seven points in Swipe (using a class mod), five in Ransack, and five in Bird of Prey.
I’ve had a long history with Grand Theft Auto games: I went to two midnight release parties for Vice City and San Andreas and played San Andreas and Grand Theft Auto 4 through to completion with 100% progress. I’ve always loved the series and end up spending way too much time just screwing around in-game.
When Grand Theft Auto 4 (GTA4) came out, I didn’t yet own a Xbox360 and so didn’t immediately get to play it. Many months later though when I did get a 360, it was the first game I played.
GTA4 is a large pull back from the over-the-top gameplay we saw in the earlier games. While still a GTA game with car theft and mass murder, jet packs, monster trucks and jet fighters are no where to be seen, and there is a much more realistic tone overall.
We have been gifted with another long trailer for Blade & Soul and it’s as gorgeous as the first. This one shows us four races and classes, classes with names translated by a twelve year old boy: Blade Master, Kung Fu Master, Force Master and Destroyer. But damn, they and the combat look sweet. We may have also seen another class, the gun-toting class, although they could be part of the Destroyer class. I’m predicting that it may be called Gun… Master.