Are you ready to party like it’s 2012? We’re here to dust off one of the biggest games of last generation and slide it into virtual reality. The PlayStation VR version isn’t the first oddly timed port for Borderlands 2, it was also squeezed onto Playstation Vita way back in 2014 and shares a lot of similarities with this most recent release in terms of 2K trying their hand at pushing a dodecahedron into a square hole.
I’m not going to spend a heap of time going into the finder details of Borderlands 2 as it’s been available on a myriad of platforms at this point. It’s already released on PC, PS3, 360 and Vita as well as getting a re-release on PS4 and Xbox One. What you are getting here is basically the PS3/360 version of the original release with VR controls melded in with fairly successful results.