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Our Borderlands franchise continues to grow in popularity, and we've assembled a team with the strengths needed to introduce this amazing cross-platform property to a whole new global audience," said Take-Two Interactive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Strauss Zelnick.
Borderlands 2 and The Pre-Sequel looked great on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
2K's stable of titles includes the critically acclaimed BioShock, Borderlands and XCOM franchises, the beloved Sid Meier's Civilization series, the popular WWE 2K franchise and NBA 2K, the #1 rated and #1 selling basketball franchise.
Robert Chao Romero explores the smuggling of excluded Chinese labour into the United States through Mexico as well as Cuba between 1882 and 1916; Brenden Rensink examines cattle rustling and horse thieving in the Montanan borderlands during the early 1880s to demonstrate the transnational Crees' strategic use of the Forty-Ninth parallel as a tool of resistance; Sterling Evans focuses on the early twentieth-century smuggling of US-made binder twine into Canada within the broader context of the North American agricultural market system; George T.
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In the history of borderlands, they had always special status so that they always need a protectorate of majority, specific rights and privileges.
eapteBc All this, combined with the exemplary local split-screen and online four-player co-op play, would be enough to make the game a genre great, but it's everything else that elevates Borderlands 2 to stone-cold classic status.
On the basis of the distinction he draws between ideas and labor defined as "organized class struggle" for rights, unions, access to education, free medical care, public transportation services, and the "freedom of organization, expression, and representation for all" (74), he argues against the collapse of fiction into reality: "[t]he tasks at hand are to study the aesthetic function of postcolonial and Latino borderland fictional narratives and to avoid confusing their realism (their generic mode) for reality" (4).
Due to the first title being so successful, he explained that producers were able to invest a lot more money in Borderlands 2.
The basic assumption is that central state authority in the Indonesian borderlands has never been absolute, but waxes and wanes, and state rules and laws are always up for local interpretation and negotiation.
We can take the four soldiers as representing the harsh, violent environment of borderlands and the women as representing people who face border-crossings at many border towns around the world.
He turns to the local level for a fresh view on cultural interaction in the late imperial period--to the indigenous, merchant, and migrant populations who fashioned a new and ethnically diverse society on China's southwestern borderlands.