I tried VR twice, Didn’t like it either time. I would prefer to play on screen. Just my opinion.
Seeing as i recently bought a PSVR bundle for a steal off of eBay… Yeah, i might buy BL2 VR. Then i can truly immerse myself in wielding two guns that don’t synergize in the slightest, as i announce it loudly to all nearby “b*tches”.
Wait… I already own two guns in real life that have no business being used simultaneously… Oh well, there’s always Axton!
That’s what video games are for!
Or outdoor shooting ranges! When the rangemaster isn’t looking…
I am more interested in Borderlands 1 redone and BAMF time being a feature of Borderlands.
I want TPS in VR!!!
Jump pads + VR = Well, maybe. Not sure I’d want to be the one to test that first!
I do not see the appeal in playing an older game on a new gizmo that sounds more like a nightmare than entertainment. I want to be a fly on the wall when someone plays VR Borderlands 2 and is forced into the fun filled game of dodging rabids or are in any hectic fire fight.
Until the third installment is released I do not see myself returning to Pandora any time soon outside of the occasional visit to pop a bandit or two before leaving.
I would love to play the games in VR but given more are interested in the next B-Lands sequel (I am too!), I am willing to wait… As long as Bordlerlands VR comes to HTC Vive!
Got it preordered… genuinely can’t wait to virtually set foot in Sanctuary
I found out that it’s not co-op, so that’s a deal-breaker for me after all. To be honest, i really don’t understand making a co-op game that doesn’t have co-op…