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Randy Pitchford Interview

Posted on Wednesday, March 16 @ 11:40:28 Eastern by Blake_Morse
The president of Gearbox, one Mr. Randy Pitchford has a real knack for creating badass games that make you feel like a badass. He even went as far as to buy the Duke Nukem franchise so DNF would finally see the light of day. But why would he stop there? We sat down to talk with Mr. Pitchford about what makes Duke such an endearing character in the gaming world, where he'd like to see the series go and tried to pry some info out of him about a possible sequel to Borderlands or at least some new DLC.


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