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Borderlands 2 VR

2K Games
Dec 14, 2018 - PlayStation VR

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Metro GameCentral
8 / 10
Hobby Consolas
75 / 100
IGN Spain
5.8 / 10
God is a Geek
8.5 / 10
Attack of the Fanboy
3.5 / 5
The Games Machine
6.6 / 10
Push Square
6 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Borderlands 2 VR

Metro GameCentral

8 / 10
Metro GameCentral

Rough and ready shoot and loot hilarity that works beautifully in VR, despite the absence of co-op and the original's generous DLC line-up.

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The complete Borderlands 2 experience arrives to PSVR, which means it is a huge FPS with lots of RPG elements and an impressive weapon collection. Sadly, the adaptation is rough and sometimes it feels uncomfortable.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

A great game awfully translated to VR due its bad control schemes.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Borderlands 2 was always a phenomenal game, but having the option to play through the entire VR game with plenty of customisation to help with motion sickness helps out a lot.

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Borderlands 2 VR continues the trend of enjoyable but flawed ports of larger, traditionally designed games. Few additions make the cut to enhance the experience, but the simple fact of existing in virtual reality adds significantly to the overall gameplay.

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This porting fails to address many aspects that required VR-focused re-work. In additions, content cuts like the absence of co-op mode essentially make this version of Borderlands 2 sub-par to the original game.

Review in Italian | Read full review

There's clearly a lot of effort been invested into bringing Borderlands 2 to PSVR, and that's appreciated. The gameplay does feel dated these days – and the lack of DLC and co-op is a real shame – but there's still fun to be had with the loot-shootin' loop, and Pandora scales well to virtual reality. The PS Move control scheme is cumbersome but the game plays fine with a DualShock 4 in hand, and an array of comfort options mean that you can tailor the experience to your exact needs.

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In the end, the parts that work well, even the driving mechanic allows for a first-person view, all add to a very engaging VR experience.

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