These brilliant gaming posters are worth framing

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Zelda Sword

"The sword was one of my first, I've always loved The Legend of Zelda and the detail in the Master Sword, so I wanted to make something simple and different."

Altair

"Assassin's Creed was always in the back of my mind to make because I've followed it from the beginning, I wanted to make a piece that didn't show a face so it could essentially be a nameless assassin."

Vergil

"The original Devil May Cry was a pain in the butt for me, I wasn't very good at it, so I finally got around to playing the remake which got a lot of hate for the redesign but I absolutely loved the look and story, so I wanted to make accompanying pieces."

Dante

"The original Devil May Cry was a pain in the butt for me, I wasn't very good at it, so I finally got around to playing the remake which got a lot of hate for the redesign but I absolutely loved the look and story, so I wanted to make accompanying pieces."

Sirens

"I have played many hours of Borderlands with my best friend, he loves the sirens so this was a present to him for Christmas."

Angel

"My friend loved his present so much he asked me to make him one of Angel to complete his siren set."

Claptrap

"Claptrap is a humorous character that everyone loves, I wanted something simple and in your face, kind of like he is."

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Delsin

"I told myself I would wait to get a next gen system, but 5 months later I have a PlayStation 4 (hah). Infamous Second Son looks visually amazing so I am currently working on a piece about that."

Robert Pfaff is a young illustrator living in Michigan. He’s also a hard-core gamer with a love for all things pixellated, so he decided to combine both passions together and create this amazingly evocative set of digital artwork.

We found his work to be compelling, so asked Pfaff to choose his favorites and tell us a little about what they meant to him.

Pfaff is thinking about printing and selling his work on posters; if you’d like to encourage him, be sure to visit his artist page on Adobe’s portfolio site, Behance.

Source: Robert Pfaff

Fight Your Way Across A Whole New World With Borderlands 2 [Deals]

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It’s time to return to the bizarre and unpredictable planet of Pandora with Borderlands 2…and Cult of Mac Deals will you help you do so without putting a dent in your wallet.

A true role playing first person shooter, you can embark on campaigns solo, or invite three friends to join you in the mayhem that is sure to ensue. This game is just pure, unadulterated, shoot-em-up fun that’s wrapped in an absurd, colorful, and interactive package. Add to that four-player online and co-op goodness, and you have an addictive game everyone can love. And all for just $9.99!

Holy Skag Poop! Borderlands 2 Coming To The Mac in Two Weeks

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Borderlands 2, one of the most anticipated games to hit consoles and the PC this year is now coming to the Mac. The fact that it’ll be available for download two months after the game saw its main release speaks volumes about the attention the Mac gaming market is beginning to get. More importantly though, it means Mac gamers can get ready to blast their pants off this holiday season.

Borderlands Legends Is Now Available to Purchase On iOS, But Is It Worth It?

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It's finally here, but it wasn't worth the wait.
It's finally here, but it wasn't worth the wait.

Earlier this month, we learned Borderlands was finally going to make the leap to iOS in a new title called Borderlands Legends. We immediately thought it would be a first-person shooter — like the original console games — but we were wrong.

Instead, it’s a top-down action RPG that allows you to play randomized missions as your favorite Borderlands characters. It’s available to download now on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, but according to the initial reviews, it may not be worth your hard-earned cash.

Borderlands Legends Coming To iOS Next Week, But It’s Not What You’re Expecting

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On Monday, we learned Gearbox Software was finally gearing up to bring its Borderlands franchise to iOS. An advert in a digital game guide for Borderlands 2 revealed the title’s name, Borderlands Legends, and promised that the title would arrive this month.

Gearbox has now confirmed that Borderlands Legends will be hitting the App Store on October 31, but it might not be what you were expecting.

Borderlands Legends Shooter Coming To iOS This Month

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I cannot wait for this.

Borderlands, Gearbox Software’s awesome first-person shooter series, is set to make its debut on iOS this month. Revealed in a advert within a Borderlands 2 digital strategy guide, the game will be called Borderlands Legends and it’ll allow you to play one of four original Borderlands heroes for the first time on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

It Looks Like Borderlands 2 Will Be Coming To The Mac

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So, I hopped onto Steam last night to see what was new, and noticed something amazing in my list of Mac games for the service. Borderlands 2 is in the list of the Mac games on Steam. Woah!

It took me a minute to even register this fact, as I’m used to only seeing it on my gaming PC. In fact, that I own the game already on Steam is probably why I even see it on my Mac at all.

This is great news for all Mac gamers, of course. But the details are thin on the ground.

Welcome to Pandora: Borderlands Special Edition Coming To Mac on December 3rd

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Gearbox Software’s Borderlands was one of my favorite video games of the past year, but unless you’re willing to reboot into Boot Camp, it doesn’t run on a Mac.

It’s a shame, because in many non-trivial ways, it’s the best multiplayer Diablo-like since, well, Diablo II. Borderlands takes place on a Mad Max style extraterrestrial world in which every chest, container or killed enemy spits out a treasure trove of randomly created weapons, each with their own unique special abilities.

I spent about 80 hours playing through Borderlands when it was released on the Xbox 360 earlier this year… such a substantial block of time that the inamorata can’t even hear the game’s title without whiplashing herself with an eye roll… so no one tell her that Borderlands is coming to the Mac coming December 3rd, complete with all the DLC, for the quite reasonable price of $49.95.