Gearbox Software may have spent money that was initially meant for “Aliens: Colonial Marines” to developed “Borderlands 2.” According to a report from the NeoGAF forum on Feb. 16, a tester claims that the developer exported the development for “Aliens: Colonial Marines” to other studios like TimeGate due to the release dates of the game and “Borderlands 2” being so close together. He then claimed that Gearbox Software only fixed the “progressing blockers” and crashes after TimeGate’s work was done. You can check out some screens from “Borderlands 2” in the slideshow at the top of this article.
“Aliens: Colonial Marines” was released by Sega for the PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms in North America on Feb. 12, 2013. A Nintendo Wii U version is also expected to come out later this year. “Borderlands 2” was launched by 2K Games for the same three systems on Sept. 18 of last year. Gearbox Software is listed as the developer behind both video games. You can purchase the two titles in the following link: “Aliens: Colonial Marines” and “Borderlands 2”