Borderlands 2 has gone mobile. Gamers can now take their epic adventure into Pandora with them wherever they go on Sony's Vita. But that's not the only big co-op franchise making its way to a Sony platform this week.
Borderlands 2 (Vita) - Full four player co-op via online or AD-HOC is now playable on Sony's Vita. Gamers get the original Borderlands 2 plus six add ons for just $40 as well as cross save support with the PlayStation 3. Here's what's included:
- Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage Add On Campaign
- Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty Add On Campaign
- Psycho Character Class Add On
- Mechromancer Character Class Add On
- Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 1
- Collector's Edition Pack
Grab it now for under $40. [2 player online co-op]
Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition (PS3) - Minecraft is coming to another platform, this time Sony is on board with full support for online and local multiplayer. Expect plenty of cross brand integration moving forward, there's no doubt in my mind you'll see a block headed Kratos coming soon. [4 player couch, 4 player online co-op]
Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends (PC) - The PC Version of Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme LEgends is out,touted as the complete edition you'll get to experience the Yellow Turban Rebellion like never before. Expect to join up with at least one friend to conquer it. Note that the game only seems to be available via Steam. [2 player online co-op]
That's about all we see as of now. Did we miss anything?