Zelda fans! This just in from The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses newsletter!
By popular demand, “The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses” concert series will revisit several cities this summer and fall with Second Quest, a new season of fresh and exciting material exploring even more chapters from the Zelda franchise.
Returning fans will also get a chance to relish once again in the beautifully orchestrated four-movement symphonic work from last season, as well as favorite moments from the game, carefully and beautifully timed with the gorgeous, larger-than-life orchestral score.
For video game enthusiasts and music lovers who missed the show last year, the producers are pleased to announce that they will be bringing Season 1 to select cities.
The newly announced dates for Season 1 and Second Quest include:
The concert, which is continuously being updated with new tour dates, is a festive event for all walks of fans who are encouraged to don their hero’s tunics and master swords for the experience of a lifetime. To view a complete tour schedule with ticketing information, tour updates and also sign up for a regularly updated digital newsletter, visit http://zelda-symphony.com.
Check out Gearbox Software’s short film on Krieg the Psycho!
What goes on inside the mind of Krieg the Psycho? Why did he become a Vault Hunter in the first place? Do his pecs, in fact, have pecs? Find out the answers to all these questions in this original Gearbox short film.
Krieg the Psycho is available now for Xbox 360 (800 Microsoft Points), PS3 ($9.99) and PC/Mac Steam ($9.99) (Note: Krieg is not part of the Borderlands 2 Season Pass). Borderlands 2 is rated M for Mature.
Check out the Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC trailer and FAQ!
Embark on one last adventure with your team in Mass Effect 3: Citadel.
When a sinister conspiracy targets Commander Shepard, you and your team must uncover the truth, through battles and intrigue that range from the glamour of the Citadel’s Wards to the top-secret Council Archives. Uncover the truth and fight alongside your squad — as well as the cast from the original Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2, including Urdnot Wrex!
Available in most areas March 5th, 2013 on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360
Check out the Dev team’s answers to the most frequently asked questions!
PLEASE NOTE: This FAQ Includes Spoilers for the Mass Effect 3 Main Game Experience
When Can I Play the Citadel DLC?
You can play the Citadel DLC any time after stopping the Cerberus coup attempt on the Citadel and before beginning your attack on Cronos Station.
Will (CHARACTER NAME) be present in the DLC?
We would prefer not to spoil which characters will be present, or in what context, beyond what we’ve said: the DLC offers a chance to adventure with your ME3 squad, along with Urdnot Wrex, and to connect with old friends, including romances.
Will (CHARACTER NAME) be present only after a certain mission?
After completing the adventure portion of the Citadel DLC, you will have the chance to reconnect with old friends. Your friends will only appear once you have completed their content from the main game. For example, you will only be able to meet up with Jack after both completing Grissom Academy and talking to Jack in the bar at Purgatory.
Should I Have Everything Else in the Game Done Before Playing Citadel?
There is no right or wrong time to play the Citadel DLC, once it’s unlocked. If you play the Citadel DLC with everything else unlocked (just before attacking Cronos Station), the new DLC content will all be unlocked. If you play the Citadel DLC right after stopping the Cerberus coup attempt, the DLC content will unlock naturally over the course of the main game.
Does the Citadel DLC Affect the Ending?
No, not beyond the possibility of adding new war assets to increase your Galactic Readiness score. You may of course continue on to play the endgame after completing the Citadel DLC, but there is also a natural “stopping point” that should make it clear where the DLC content ends and your return to the main game begins.
Why is the Xbox 360 version being split into separate downloads?
For Xbox 360 users, the Citadel DLC pack will come as 2 downloads on Xbox Live. ME3 Citadel is larger than our previous DLC packs, so it had to be split into 2 downloads. The first pack is priced at $14.99 and the second pack is tagged as free. Players need to purchase and download pack 1, then download pack 2 at no additional cost.
You can download pack 2 without purchasing pack one, but the DLC will not work. You will get an error message in game asking you to download pack 1. It will say “This DLC will only work in conjunction with Part 1 of Mass Effect™ 3: Citadel, which is split across 2 downloadable packages. Please purchase Part 1 prior to downloading Part 2 at no additional cost.” This will not hurt your saved game but you will not be able to launch Citadel until you have both packs.
This only affects Xbox 360 users. Citadel for the PC and PS3 is in one pack.
Check out the launch trailer for Borderlands 2: Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt campaign add-on, out today Tuesday, January 15th, 2013 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, & Steam PC for $10 or download it for free in-game if you already have the Borderlands 2 Season Pass!
Texan cosplayer Alycen debuted her Gaige the Mechromancer (Borderlands 2) costume at Ikkicon 2012 and it is amazing! What I love about her work is the attention to detail, everything from her robotic arm, shoes, accessories, and even Gaige’s Legendary Class Mod Lunchbox!
UPDATE: Alycen has posted professional shots of her Gaige the Mechromancer cosplay on her Facebook, click here for the gallery!
Alycen’s Gaige the Mechromancer Cosplay
Alycen’s Gaige the Mechromancer Cosplay (Front & Back)
Alycen’s Gaige the Mechromancer Cosplay – Summoning Deathtrap!
Alycen’s Gaige the Mechromancer Cosplay – Robotic Arm
Alycen’s Gaige the Mechromancer Cosplay – Gaige’s Legendary Class Mod (Lunchbox)
Alycen’s Gaige the Mechromancer Cosplay – Shoes
Below are some of the professional shots from her Facebook gallery that was posted on her deviantART account.