Borderlands 2 – Limited Edition – PlayStation Vita Bundle

Borderlands 2 – Limited Edition – PlayStation Vita Bundle

Borderlands 2 – Limited Edition – PlayStation Vita Bundle

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Borderlands 2 Vita Bundle
  • All-in-one Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PlayStation Vita Bundle includes the new PS Vita Wi-Fi system, Borderlands 2 Full Game Digital Voucher, and 8GB Memory Card
  • Six (6) Borderlands 2 DLC packs including, Captain Scarlett and her Pirate's Booty, Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage, the Psycho Character Class, Mechromancer Character Class, Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 1, and Collector's Edition Pack
  • The New PlayStation Vita: Approximately 20 percent slimmer and 15 percent lighter than original, internal memory of 1GB, increased battery life of four to six hours of game play, rounded edges for comfort while playing, high-resolution liquid crystal display (LCD) for vivid and crisp visuals
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  • All-in-one Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PlayStation Vita Bundle includes the new PS Vita Wi-Fi system, Borderlands 2 Full Game Digital Voucher, and 8GB Memory Card
  • Six (6) Borderlands 2 DLC packs including, Captain Scarlett and her Pirate’s Booty, Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage, the Psycho Character Class, Mechromancer Character Class, Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 1, and Collector’s Edition Pack
  • The New PlayStation Vita: Approximately 20 percent slimmer and 15 percent lighter than original, internal memory of 1GB, increased battery life of four to six hours of game play, rounded edges for comfort while playing, high-resolution liquid crystal display (LCD) for vivid and crisp visuals

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Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PlayStation Vita Bundle

Include the greatness of PlayStation gaming in your mobile lifestyle with the all-in-one Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PlayStation Vita Bundle. With Dual Analog Sticks for precision control and critically acclaimed co-op you can shoot and loot through the world of Pandora with your friends. This bundle also features the new PlayStation Vita system with the following enhancements:

Lighter and Thinner

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Approximately 20 percent slimmer and 15 percent lighter than original.

Longer Battery Life

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Increased battery life of four to six hours of game play.

Crisp Visuals with LCD Screen

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High-resolution liquid crystal display (LCD) for vivid visuals.

The Ultimate Digital Device

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Over 900 games available for download on the PS Vita through the PS Store including new hits, indie titles, PS one Classics, and PS Mobile games.

Remote Play

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The gaming experience continues even when the TV is not available. With remote play, stream a range of PlayStation titles to the PlayStation Vita system*. This makes the PS Vita system the perfect companion device to the PS4 system.

*Requires sufficiently robust Wi-Fi connection.

PS Plus on Your PS Vita System

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As a member of PlayStation Plus discover a world of extraordinary gaming experiences through the ever-expanding collection of great games available for the PS Vita system.

Borderlands 2 Features:

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Designed Exclusively For PS Vita System

Enjoy the full Borderlands 2 experience optimized for the PS Vita platform. Shoot your way through Pandora in four-player co-op and easily navigate the maps, inventory, and items using the touchscreen. Continue your adventures at home using the cross-save feature with the PS3 system.

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All-New Characters and All-New Classes

Step into the role of six all-new characters and classes, each wildly different from one another with unique skills and abilities. Dual wield rocket launchers with Salvador the Gunzerker. Turn invisible and stab your foes in the back with Zer0 the Assassin. Fire off otherworldly powers as Maya the Siren. Drop machine gun turrets as Axton the Commando. Sick your pet robot on a group of enemies as Gaige the Mechromancer. Bash skulls and set them on fire as Krieg the Psycho.

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Dynamic Co-op

Share your adventures with friends by dropping in and out of a campaign session on your PS Vita system without ever having to restart the game. On top of that you can even take your new gear from any game to any other!

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World Connected Story

You will find yourself left for dead in the frozen tundra of Pandora as you begin your quest of revenge and redemption. Expose the evil surrounding the Hyperion Corporation and take on the perpetrator of a universe-wide grand deception — the nefarious Hyperion CEO, Handsome Jack. (Oh, also: he’s stolen credit for the opening of the first Vault.)

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New Badass Gun System

An entirely new take on the groundbreaking procedural system means millions upon millions of possible weapons. The variety and style of guns in Borderlands 2 is staggering, and you’ll see tons of new and innovative ways to engage foes on Pandora. Fire, electricity, corrosive acid, and much more will all be at your disposal as you fight your way through the Hyperion Corporation’s forces!

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Brand New Enemies

A whole slew of new enemies are out there to kill you in Borderlands 2. Hulking, gorilla-like Bullymongs, vicious predatory Stalkers and the Hyperion mechanical army, run by Handsome Jack, are just some of the new enemies you will be facing off against on Pandora. New strategies will be needed for every fight, as enemies now interact and aid each other to ensure you don’t get far in the world of Pandora.

Bundle Features

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  • All-in-one Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PlayStation Vita Bundle includes the new PS Vita Wi-Fi system, Borderlands 2 Full Game Digital Voucher, and 8GB Memory Card.
  • Six (6) Borderlands 2 DLC packs including, Captain Scarlett and her Pirate’s Booty, Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage, the Psycho Character Class, Mechromancer Character Class, Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 1, and Collector’s Edition Pack.
  • 87 Bazillion…Everything: In addition to the new gun system, you will thirst for procedurally generated shields, grenades, Alien Artifacts, class mods and much, much more. And you thought the original Borderlands had a ton of loot!
  • Brand new environments on Pandora: Hunt through entirely brand new areas of Pandora that are more alive than ever! From the arctic tundra, through the dangerous grasslands, past the mysterious corrosive caverns to beyond, you’ll be surprised by the unpredictable world of Pandora at every turn!

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  1. 292 of 308 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A Fantastic but Slightly Flawed Upgrade (4 1/2 Stars), May 7, 2014
    By 
    Ryan Lockhart (Brentwood, CA United States) –

    This review is from: Borderlands 2 – Limited Edition – PlayStation Vita Bundle (Video Game)
    I’m coming at this review from a person who bought an original Vita on day one, and who’s been using it nearly every day since. I have over 100 Vita games on my download list and I own about twenty physical titles; it’s the system I’ve used nearly more than any other, mainly thanks to daily public transportation.

    The main reasons I wanted the new Vita was because I heard it was lighter and had better battery life, and I was interested in something new. I was also interested in Borderlands 2, which just sweetened the deal.

    Overall it’s a fantastic upgrade, way better in certain aspects than I was expecting, and the one downside isn’t quite as bad as I feared.

    The Good
    * The Weight. Seriously, this can’t be overstated enough, the new Vita is light. Like, almost alarmingly so when compared to the original. I picked up this Vita seconds after setting the older one down, and my first thought was I grabbed an empty shell.
    * The Thinness. The slimmed down depth, along with the weight, makes the new Vita way more comfortable to hold for long periods of time.
    * The Materials. It’s more plastic, but still feels high-end and solid with zero give if you try to bend it. There’s also a great, slight matte coating around the back and sides, which helps the grip.
    * The Buttons. The new start and select buttons are a godsend (you no longer have to dig the edge of your finger in to press them) and the updated PS, face and shoulder buttons are all refined with a better feel.
    * The Little Things. Having the indicator lights on top of the system now makes them useful rather than annoying / distracting, a universal micro-USB input for power and data means it’s easier to charge, and the smaller back touch pad means I’ve already have had way fewer accidental hits.

    The Bad
    * The Screen (Initially). Going from OLED to LCD (and seeing comparison screen shots), I was ready for the worst. And, for a few seconds, it was horrible. I turned this new system on right after turning the old one off and was hit with a visual downgrade. Colors no longer popped, everything seemed more warm and mellow, and I had instant buyer’s remorse.

    The Mixed
    * The Screen (An Hour Later). After letting Borderlands download I started the system back up and suddenly my opinion (and fears) started to waver. It looked good. No, wait, it looked great. Going back to a few older games still made it seem like it was slightly washed out, and there was still a lack of blinding colors here and there, but it didn’t look bad. Just different. And the more I’ve played, the less it bothers me. Overall the screen isn’t as good as the original, but it’s more of a shift to the side, rather than a downgrade.

    Overall I’m highly pleased with my purchase. The new weight and feel far outweigh the screen alteration, but be warned if you come from the original Vita it might be a huge hit at first.

    If you’re new to the platform, though, JUMP ON. There are dozens of great games, and it’s a fantastic portable experience (and I’ve been using Remote Play quite a bit as well, which is FANTASTIC for bringing your PS4 gaming into any room in your house).

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  2. 139 of 150 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Review from a First-Time Vita Player, May 10, 2014
    By 
    Ivan

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    This review is from: Borderlands 2 – Limited Edition – PlayStation Vita Bundle (Video Game)
    There’s plenty of great reviews on Amazon on this bundle, but I’ll throw my 2 cents in.

    Let me start by saying this is my first Vita, and I had not even played, touched, or seen one IRL till the bundle came in. I was inspired to buy the bundle when FPSE (Android PSX emulator) on my Nexus 5 overheated my phone, causing it to reboot frequently till it cooled down. I wanted to love Android gaming, but it’s just not up to snuff yet, and quite frankly, I still need my phone to do phone stuff and can’t afford to have it crap out because I want to do some gaming. Plus, lugging around the MOGA Pro controller is not all that fun.

    Also, I’ve never played Borderlands on any console, neither 1 nor 2, so I’ve got a fresh perspective, which can be good or bad depending on your take.

    Anyways, on to the review!

    Vita-2000 (Vita Slim) — for a first time Vita player, this thing is fantastic! Extremely light (I can barely tell the difference between picking up my Vita and my Nexus 5), battery life is EXTREMELY under-stated by Sony (battery has lasted me well over 7 hours and I still haven’t seen a low battery warning yet), and the screen looks great! While I’m a fan of bright and snappy colors, I’ve never been huge on OLED screens because of the black spots that tend to pop up, so I was actually happy when I saw the Slim was coming with an LCD screen. For those who’ve never seen the OLED screen, you aren’t missing anything as in my opinion, the screen looks phenomenal. The touchscreen is responsive, and even though I’ve never played a Vita before, I’ve had only one or two rear-touchpad accidental swipes. Those enlarged finger rests on the back are an excellent addition. Oh and Micro-USB is a GREAT addition. I can charge the Vita with any of the micro-USB cables I have lying around, and admittedly, the charger the Vita came with (with the power-brick, why is there a power-brick?!) is still in the box.

    One big gripe that I hope will be alleviated soon is that all peripherals are targeted towards the original Vita (which is to be expected, of course). I was dying to get the Amazon Sony-approved Case, but I’ve read the Vita slim is a very tight fit in that case, and I’d rather wait for a revision than risk damaging it (what irony that would be, right?). Since Sony won’t be developing the OG Vita anymore, I’d imagine 3rd party peripherals will follow suit and start developing cases, grips, and screen protectors for the Vita Slim. Here’s hoping that’s sooner rather than later!

    Borderlands 2 (PS Vita) — this game is FUN! The controls take some getting used to and you definitely have to jack the joystick sensitivity up in the options screen (8 was enough for me), but this game is great! While I normally hate cel-shaded graphics (case in point – X-Men Legends…. ARGH), they look phenomenal on the Vita screen and this game really pops. I haven’t gotten far enough to notice any framerate issues, but I’ve seen in other reviews that they aren’t show-stoppers, so I’m not concerned. I really enjoy the game’s humor, and while it can be a bit tough to aim and fire with the small joysticks at first, you get used to it fast and start to have fun. I haven’t tried out 2-player Co-Op but plan to as soon as I get comfortable with the game and won’t embarrass myself too bad when playing with someone else 🙂

    FYI – the download can take a while, everything including the DLC is almost 6 GB, which will eat up almost all available memory. As a result, I could only download smaller Vita indie games I picked up from PS+ (Velocity Ultra, Thomas Was Alone, etc) as opposed to bigger games like MGS HD and Persona 4. No big deal though, it’ll force me to concentrate on Borderlands, and employ a “beat and delete” strategy. Then I can move onto other big titles I have waiting in my download queue.

    Final Call – this bundle is awesome, and has made me fall in love with the Vita. I take it with me everywhere now, and it’s re-invigorated my love for gaming. Having PS+ is amazing, and I don’t plan on hitting up Gamestop anymore, just waiting till games either get heavily discounted or free on PSN. For those of you who currently have Vitas, I’d imagine this is a tough sell to buy another one, but for those who don’t, this is a great way to get into Vita gaming.

    Hope this helps!

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  3. 109 of 137 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Handheld Gaming Device on the Market, May 6, 2014
    By 
    Nathan Morris (Washington, DC) –
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    This review is from: Borderlands 2 – Limited Edition – PlayStation Vita Bundle (Video Game)

    Bottom line: The Vita Slim/2000 is the best portable gaming device I’ve ever owned. It’s everything the original Vita was, but better. Lighter, longer battery life, better controls, and an improved screen. I imported a Slim from Japan after my launch Vita mysteriously disappeared from a checked bag (thanks TSA!). I picked up the US bundle as well, and the US Slim is identical (aside from color) to the international versions.

    Pros:

    – Much lighter and slimmer than the original Vita. It’s less noticeable in a coat pocket, fits more snugly in a bag, and is generally a better commuter / travel device than the original. This may actually be a negative for adults with very large hands, as it’ll be a bit harder for them to hold comfortably.

    – The battery life is very good. The 4-6 hour advertised life is about right for games like Killzone. It lasts longer if you’re plaything through PSOne Classics or simpler games (Spelunky, Guacamelee!, etc.) and longer still if you’re playing with the screen at low brightness. My Slim makes it through flights (East -> West coast) that left the original model drained.

    – The shoulder buttons are firmer and have a better action. The Select/Option buttons are larger. I get fewer erroneous inputs on the rear touch pad, although I’m not sure if that’s because the pad is smaller or because my grip is better with the new form factor. These are small changes, but they’re noticeable as you play and improve the feel of the device vs. the original.

    – The Slim charges and syncs with a standard micro USB cable. This is a major pro! No need to lug the Vita’s proprietary power brick and cable when I travel.

    – The Slim has 1 GB of internal flash memory, which is infinitely better than the whopping 0GB built into the original model. The internal memory is disabled when you insert a memory card, but the bundled 8GB card is enough for Borderlands, another substantial game, and several small games. Heavy users will want a 32GB or 64GB card, but 8GB of space is a decent start if you don’t want to pony up immediately or are content shuffling games around. This goes in the pro column since most earlier bundles included only a 4GB card (ACIII, CoD, etc) or no memory card at all (Madden 13).

    Mixed:

    – Fans of the original Vita’s rich, over-saturated colors will probably be unhappy with the move to LCD. Me? I think the Slim’s LCD screen is a HUGE improvement. My launch Vita’s screen had some strange dark/dim spots. I shipped it to Sony, and they sent me a replacement. Its screen had spotting as well, but it was less pronounced (Google “vita OLED black spots” and you’ll get a lot of pictures/discussion). This is apparently a normal byproduct of the OLED manufacturing process, but it always bothered me. The new LCD is crisp. It may not “pop” like the OLED, but the image quality is very good and the colors are accurate instead of over-saturated. The improved color accuracy is especially noticeable if you stream video with Netflix or Hulu.

    – The Vita’s library is a mix of classics, ports, indie games, and original titles. There’s a lot to love. Gravity Rush, Persona 4 Golden, Y’s, Soul Sacrifice, Metal Gear Solid HD, Rayman, PSP classics like FF Tactics: War of the Lions, tons of top-notch indies. The big Western-style AAA stuff’s been competent but unspectacular (Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Killzone: Merc). Overall, it’s a great value proposition and a fantastic library for someone like me. I’m not home a lot, and when I am I tend to spend my time playing AAA console action games/shooters. I love being able to plod through an RPG while on a plane or work on fast-playing indies like Spelunky and Hotline Miami during my commute. Claims that the Vita “has no games” are complete bunk, but the library isn’t going to satisfy everyone. Sports titles are pretty much non-existent.

    [Edit: A commenter correctly noted that Vita gets FIFA and MLB The Show each year, so the major omissions are football (nothing since Madden 13), basketball, and hockey.]

    – PS4 Remote Play works surprisingly well at home. Twitchy games like Resogun play like a dream. Slower paced games, like Assassin’s Creed IV, are playable away from the house so long as I’m on a fast wireless network. It’s a mess on hotel and airport wireless networks. That’s unsurprising, since they never have enough bandwidth to go around, but the places where it would be a killer feature are where it’s the least usable. Remote Play is nice to have. Just don’t buy a Vita thinking it’ll be a perfect gateway to your PS4.

    Cons:

    – While the unit feels solid and comfortable in hand, Sony abandoned the flat front of the original Vita in favor of a screen that looks joined/inset. I’m not describing it well, but it’s easy to see in comparison pictures and more pronounced than Sony’s press shots and box art suggest. It definitely makes the…

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