news\ Nov 26, 2012 at 5:30 pm

The Recap - 11/26/12 'Bioshock Infinite multiplayer woes, no Wii U for Borderlands 2, possible sequel for Tomb Raider and Baldur's Gate'

Welcome to another Recap episode where we go over the days biggest headlines, making sure that you're caught up in all things video games.

BioShock Infinite multiplayer scrapped

Although two co-op modes were originally planned and later scrapped as Irrational Games "experimented" with things, it now seems that the entire multiplayer aspect of the game has been abandoned. 

Tomb Raider campaign to last about 12-15 hours, sequel possibly planned

Here's a shocker: if Tomb Raider does well in sales then we can expect a sequel. As if we didn't already know that?

Borderlands 2 lacks 'OMG' features to warrant a Wii U port

Gearbox Software has no plans to bring its popular RPG-shooter, Borderlands 2, to the Wii U. That could change in the future

Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition out this week

The classic role-playing gameBaldur's Gate and its expansion return this week for PC, Mac, and Android.
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