By Pladidus Santoso
September 13, 2012 · 1 Comments
Gearbox to bring FPS hybrid game franchise – their popular RPG – strong Borderlands 2 to the handheld Sony – PlayStation Vita is unlikely to fade away. Randy Pitchford strong , the big boss of Gearbox had made the request at the beginning of July last and still show fire ambitions are unlikely to be easily extinguished until fulfilled. In his last interview with the leading gaming sites – IGN, Pitchford again express the desire to bring this new series to the PS Vita Borderlands. The seriousness of which, unfortunately, has not received an official response from Sony at all.
In this interview, Picthford re-embracing their ambition to bring Borderlands 2 for the PS Vita. Unfortunately, this step is faced with quite a lot of obstacles, one of them proposed by Pitchford himself. Gearbox is too busy with various other projects in order to ensure this ambition a reality. Best Option? strong collaboration with third-party developers as well as the strong push from Sony to make it happen. Gearbox even open for a variety of code, content, and source to facilitate this development process. Their biggest dream? See features cross play between Borderlands 2 version capable PS Vita and Playstation 3 that allows the game to be played anywhere, anytime.Although this
regarded as an attractive offer to increase the popularity of the PS Vita may decline somewhat, Sony seems to be quite responsive to requests Picthford answer this one. Are we going to see Borderlands 2 is on the PS Vita in the future? Or is it just a hollow dream Gearbox that will never be fulfilled? We wait.Rock It!
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