It also brings back Timothy Lawrence, one of Jack's body doubles who was a playable character added to Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel as DLC. That's a deep cut—even people who played the Pre-Sequel probably didn't bother with its DLC characters, but the handful who did will be pleased to see him not only return but have his arc completed. Given how Borderlands 3 short-changed the returning characters it did feature (#justice4maya), this feels like a statement of intent and it's something the other DLCs will repeat with other characters. … [Read more...] about The best parts of Borderlands 3 are hidden in its DLC
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This is what we'll be using to get charged, because Orbs are incredibly easy to create with multikills from Masterworked weapons. In solo play, running all masterworked weapons will see the floor littered with Orbs, and in group play you'll also benefit from the Orbs your allies create. At the very least your primary should be masterworked, unless it's an exotic with no catalyst, in which case consider swapping to whichever mod generates charges based on kills with that weapon. (For example, if you're running the hand cannon Hawkmoon you would choose the Precision Charge mod.) Side note: I strongly recommend running either Recuperation or Better Already armor mods on your boots, as these will provide healing whenever you collect an Orb. … [Read more...] about How to create a powerful Destiny 2 ‘Charged with Light’ build that works anywhere
No product description has ever made me feel both insecure and slightly threatened at the same time. So I ask again, what the hell is Hedgehog? To the best of my knowledge, it seems like a super-secure Wi-Fi smart-home ecosystem that you can set up with a series of devices called Hoglets. Hoglets. … [Read more...] about Somehow only one of these funny looking CES gadgets is a sex toy
Chris Livingston, Staff Writer: I got into The Division 2 for a while this year, and while it seems like a weird fit for Star Wars, I'm still interested to see what they do with it. I love the detail in The Division 2—walking down any given street is always a feast for the eyes, even if that feast is mountains of trash from a collapsed society. I didn't really care for most of the main missions—they're way too long for my tastes, and I was playing solo. But I loved the side activities, the exploration, the base-building stuff, and the street skirmishes. I feel like I'd be pretty happy shooting my way through some alien city filled with stormtroopers and helping rebels out with sidequests. If that's what you do in this game. … [Read more...] about What do we want from Ubisoft’s open world Star Wars game?