Gaming news summary for July 16, 2015
Welcome to the Game Replay, a thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, Goat Simulator heads to Sony consoles, Rovio announces a sequel to Angry Birds, Oculus acquires some new VR interfacing technology, and another Duke Nukem game is hinted at by Gearbox.
Game meshes MOBA and first person shooter elements for 2016 release
Gearbox Software, the studio responsible for such hits as Borderlands and Brothers in Arms, announced its next game today in conjunction with 2K Games. Combining elements of multiplayer battle arenas (MOBA) and first person shooters (FPS), the developer aims to create the next triple-A title in its unique stable of games with Battleborn.
Aspyr port of Gearbox hit lands in late November
Mac game developer Aspyr announced today that it would be bringing a port of the popular PC shooter Borderlands 2 to the Mac platform later this month. Borderlands 2 arrives on the Mac just over two months after it was released to PCs and consoles to overwhelmingly positive reception. The Mature-rated shooter will be available in both digital and boxed formats.