<p>Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is now available to download on NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV. The game centers on Handsome Jack who must lead a quartet of characters on a mission to regain control of Helios and destroy the Lost Legion.</p><p>Available on Android exclusively for SHIELD Android TV, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel features visuals and action that look and play great on the Tegra X1 powered platform. In this guide, we show you some valuable tips on quickly leveling up in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.</p><p>Warning: The following guide contains some spoilers.</p><p>Punch Above Your WeightYou can, if you wish, simply play the game and level up in the customary fashion of completing tasks, killing stuff, and so on. But that can be a bit tedious so there are a few specific ways you can get big XP relatively quickly.</p><p>The first general tip is to attack bad guys that are a higher experience level than you. Each victory against a higher level bad guy will garner significantly more XP than if you play it safe with the weaker characters.</p><p>Red Belly Boss TrickThis is a great way of gaining lots of experience quickly. Play through A New Direction until you get to the Red Belly Boss fight. During the fight make sure you keep your distance and hit him from a distance.</p><p>Red Belly is actually made up of two characters. Red is the head and Belly is the body. After attacking them for a while they will separate. At this point, concentrate on attacking Belly’s now exposed head.</p><p>The timing for this next part is crucial. When Belly is defeated Jack will message you and say “Who the hell were those weirdos?” As soon as he’s finished saying this, quickly hit pause then choose the option to save and quit.</p><p>From now on, when you continue the game from the main menu, you will restart at the same point during the boss battle and can finish off Red Belly over and over in order to gain loads of XP.</p><p>Turret TrickWhen you come to the Let’s Build a Robot Army level, you’ll get to a point where you are expected to let automated turrets kill the oncoming waves of Scavs for you. Instead, kill them yourself and you will soon receive a warning that you should let the turrets do the work.</p><p>Ignore it and keep gathering up as much ammo as you can and killing the Scavs before the turrets can. You won’t fail the mission for doing so and the mission doesn’t end until the turrets have killed 12 Scavs so just kill as many of the bad guys as you can for loads of XP before the turrets can reach their tally of kills.
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"Well, it's the property of the Glen St. Mary Presbyterian Church now, and I rented it from the trustees. But it belonged until lately to a very old lady, Miss Elizabeth Russell. She died last spring, and as she had no near relatives she left her property to the Glen St. Mary Church. Her furniture is still in the house, and I bought most of it--for a mere song you might say, because it was all so old- fashioned that the trustees despaired of selling it. Glen St. Mary folks prefer plush brocade and sideboards with mirrors and ornamentations, I fancy. But Miss Russell's furniture is very good and I feel sure you'll like it, Anne."<p>Sony has announced that it will no longer be selling software for the PSP in the PlayStation Store in Japan next year.</p><p>According to Inside Games, along with the the UMD Passport service, software won't be available through the online store for the handheld console from March 31st, 2016.</p><p>Luckily, any software for the PSP you've already purchased will still be downloadable after that date.</p><p>You'll also still be able to transfer any PSP software you own to your PS Vita, PS3, PC, or mobile.</p>Update: To clarify, Sony is only shutting down the PSP storefront so you should be able to purchase PSP games for other PlayStation platforms.Kotaku
Of court, of city, and had let go byUpdated on June, 25th at 15:28: We reached out to Dylan Bevis at Featherweight Games who had already seen Ice Ski Downhill the day before and had "a good chuckle."<p>Bevis: "We downloaded the game and it really didn’t feel like they’d cloned Skiing Yeti Mountain as much as just ripped the assets and made the quickest possible game to try and get some downloads.</p><p>"We’re kind of looking at it as a bit of a mark of success. If they’d actually made a proper clone of the game it might be a different story but because it’s such a hatchet job we’re not worried too much."</p><p>We're still awaiting a response from Campbell Tech.</p><p><sup>This isn't Skiing Yeti Mountain.</sup>A game called Ice Ski Downhill - Mountain High Adventure launched today, and it looks awfully similar to last month's Gold Award-winning Skiing Yeti Mountain.</p><p>It was developed by Campbell Tech, whose previous work includes Crossy Crosser - Cross The High Road Game and Tank Titans. We'll leave you to guess which games they unmistakably resemble.</p><p>Cloning isn't a new phenomenon on the App Store, and while there have been a few controversial cases, the issue is so endemic that most knock-offs go unnoticed.</p><p>However, Ice Ski Downhill - Mountain High Adventure is vulnerable to criticism because Skiing Yeti Mountain, on the success of which Campbell Tech appears to be attempting to capitalise, is a charity title, with half of its proceeds going to help survivors of the recent earthquake in Nepal.</p><p>We've reached out to Campbell Tech and Featherweight Games for comment.</p>
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