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Couchpotato June 24th, 2013 03:38

Borderlands 2 - Dragon Keep DLC Video Interview & Preview
 
GamersBliss has a new video interview and preview with the lead level designer at Gearbox for Borderlands 2 Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep DLC.








More information.

Drithius June 24th, 2013 03:38

How do these interviewers get these jobs? This guy can barely form intelligible sentences.

Seems like a pretty meaty DLC and covered under the BL2 Season Pass. Will definitely revisit the game once this gets released in two days.

Couchpotato June 24th, 2013 03:45

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Originally Posted by Drithius (Post 1061204716)
How do these interviewers get these jobs? This guy can barely form intelligible sentences.

Seems like a pretty meaty DLC and covered under the BL2 Season Pass. Will definitely revisit the game once this gets released in two days.

I don't know either but the news is short today and this is all I have. I'm also looking forward to the DLC.

Drithius June 24th, 2013 03:51

It's a good update, thanks Couch - I'm just surprised at how someone with no modicum of articulation can be interviewing a lead designer.

It seems there will be more DLC on the way though… that correction at the start was eye-opening.

Couchpotato June 24th, 2013 04:01

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Originally Posted by Drithius (Post 1061204718)
It's a good update, thanks Couch - I'm just surprised at how someone with no modicum of articulation can be interviewing a lead designer.

It seems there will be more DLC on the way though… that correction at the start was eye-opening.

I think most of these interviews are done by amateurs, and regular people like us. You can tell the interviewed party just wants to be done with it.

As for the DLC part your right. I wonder how much more is planned. If I remember there was four large DLC's, and a few small ones.

It's provably best if new buyers wait for the ultimate edition that is sure to be released in a year or so.

Santos June 24th, 2013 04:04

Interested in the answers, just can't stand to sit through the questions. Wonder if the Gearbox team will vet their interviewers from here on out?

Moorkh June 24th, 2013 10:21

Day 3 of an E3 marathon can see any promising young poet in the gaming journalism treadmill reduced to a drooling dimwit. Believe me. Oh, and drugs…


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