A passing glance at any of CJ's healthpacks from CJ's Healthpack Shoppe will immediately alert even the most discriminating self-repairer of the quality that CJ's Healthpack Shoppe instills in all of CJ's healthpacks. From the brushed eridium casings to the cold-forged Dahl hinges, every detail screams "this is the healthpack that will save your life," from the moment a pair of eyes is laid upon it.
The bandages are prepared from 5000 thread count Fyrestone Cotton, and thereafter soaked in a solution of purified crabworm blood. All sutures are derived from the finest wereskag hair and processed under our revolutionary (and patented) weaving system. Each CJ's healthpack kit also contains a syringe pre-filled with 50ccs of Dr. Ned's own regen…Read more >
In case no one knew. I didn't. :|
Anyhoo, here's the whole thing, enjoy! :)Read more >
Nohara's whining seemed to work out for him. I feel like my usertag is under-representative of my mighty status on the other wiki.Read more >
Pitchford raps about the new DLC.
I tried embedding the vid but the site isn't supported. It's worth watching though. This interview has me more excited for DLC4 for than I have been thus far. I was expecting Jakob's Cove with a different skin. Not so, not so at all.
Side note: Randy Pitchford has to be the coolest president of a videgame company in history. He's a little dorky, but I think that may come with the territory of being a programmer by trade. Honestly though, if he's heading up Gearbox, it gives you an idea of just how much the team really cares about fun and quality, and his approachability makes it seem like Gearbox may be a sort of "for us, by us" institution. Thanks for doing right and topping yourselves once again, Randy and…
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Anyone else getting the ad for this on the Wiki's main page? I know it's (the ad) almost all just CG sequences, but Game Informer had a spread about the game a couple months ago, and I was pretty impressed. The theme of the game is basically about some sort of cataclysmic world-ending event, and there is only one habitable city left on Earth, called The Ark. Apparently the place is still pretty dumpy, yet it's full to the brink (hence the title, I am guessing) and there are constant waves of newcomers trying to get in. You pick between one of two factions: the immigrants trying to get in, or the current inhabitants trying to keep them out.
Character customization abounds, as you can spiff your chars up with whatever the heighth of fashion h…Read more >