Irrational Games has confirmed that BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode Two will release on PSN, Xbox Live and PC starting March 25.
The second episode of the DLC story – which is said to last around six hours – is played through the eyes of new player character, Elizabeth, and features new stealth-oriented gameplay, as well as new weapons and modes.
Burial at Sea – Episode 2 will be priced at $14.99 USD / £11.99.
It was a bit of a shock when John Carmack, who co-founded the company, left Doom creators id Software in November. Until now, we didn’t really know why.
Turns out that the reason he and the company he helped build parted ways was because of virtual reality, specifically the Oculus Rift headset. And the fact id’s owners, ZeniMax, weren’t as passionate about it as Carmack was.
Borderlands 2’s Mad Moxxi and the Wedding Day Massacre DLC will be available on February 11, Gearbox has announced.
IGN reports The Valentines day themed DLC will be available for $2.99.
Gearbox has also announced Sir Hammerlock and the Son of Cawmerax, the fifth Headhunter pack, will be available in April. It will also be the final DLC content update for Borderlands 2.
There’s a lot of things we take for granted in life: from our vision and hearing, to a roof over our heads, to a smattering of Steam sales ensuring that we never, ever don’t have anything to play. But one thing most of us tend to forget is not everyone has 10 working fingers to engage in our favourite pastime with. That’s where the recently launched Kickstarter for Quadstick comes in. It’s a controller that lets quadriplegic people emulate all the functions of a gamepad, mouse and keyboard on PC, PS3 and Android devices.
How, you ask? It’s rather complicated, but it involves a device comprised of a joystick, four sip & puff sensors, a lip position sensor, and a push switch. Data collected through this contraption is then converted into input via a USB or Bluetooth connection.