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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:28pm 29/08/11 | 2 Comments
Gearbox certainly have a bit of a presence at PAX with the developer announcing at last year's event they'd saved Duke Nukem Forever. Sad memories aside, the team and head honcho, Randy Pitchford, were once again at the Penny-Arcade-powered event, touting two of their new wares: Aliens: Colonial Marines and Borderlands 2.

But it was questions about the next Brothers in Arms game, Brothers in Arms: Furious 4, that made headlines, with Pitchford revealing the light-hearted, comedic spin on Gearbox's usually serious and history-drunk maudlin franchise was not the end of what they initially set out to do all those years ago.

"We're going to do more of that," Pitchford said during the Gearbox panel at PAX, but reiterated that Furious 4 is their main focus for now. At least fans of Sgt. Matt Baker will see a return to his world - where would you like to see Gearbox take the serious Brothers in Arms next?



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Bah
Posted 04:38pm 29/8/11
where would you like to see Gearbox take the serious Brothers in Arms next?
Dont really care.
The games were ok, but nothing too memorable, and if they didn't make another one I would not even notice.
SimonU
Posted 01:04pm 16/11/11
I'd firstly like to see them patch the first two games - 'Earned in Blood' & 'Road to Hill 30'
so they can be played with Win7.
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