Borderlands 2 VR | PSVR Review

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Yes it’s yet another PlayStation VR port of a fairly old game, but it’s yet another AWESOME PlayStation VR port of a fairly old game.

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25 thoughts on “Borderlands 2 VR | PSVR Review”

  1. I am a DIEHARD Borderlands fan, thousands of hours spent over multiple systems on the franchise. I’m also a new owner of PSVR, a little over a month now. BL2 is one of my favorite games ever, if not the number one fave, but I have yet to pick this up and finally play it, mainly because of the $50 price tag and also because I’m still playing the hell out of BL3. I’m sure I’ll pick this up soon, and I know I’ll absolutely love it, especially with the inclusion of ALL the amazing DLC this game has. You really can’t even fully experience this game until you’ve played through the story twice to unlock ultimate vault hunter and fully leveled out a character, but even then you can start over with a different character and it’s a whole different experience by the time you’ve fully leveled out that character, and then you can do it yet again, and again, and again. I know I’ll be picking it up soon enough, but thanks for the review! Keep at it vault hunter!

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  2. I just picked this up and it seems like a great game, but I do get a headache when I try to play it (presumably motion sickness). It’s weird, because I don’t have a problem with other VR first-person games, such as Farpoint, Firewall and Skyrim. I’ve tried playing with all comfort settings maxed out, but I still struggle. Does anyone else find this?

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  3. With Aim Controller addition and arrival of DLC fo' free this summer, this game has become the cream of the crop. Addition of multiplayer would make it best VR title of all time.

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