"Audio and video in Borderlands 2 seem to push the limits of what the Vita can handle, but the system merely strains and does not break (though the game did crash once or twice in my dozen or so hours with it). The Vita version also comes with two of the sizable downloadable mission packs, two extra playable characters, and an assortment of bonus goodies. And you can take advantage of the cross-save capability if you own Borderlands 2 on the PlayStation 3. The result is an impressive package that delivers exciting combat, hilarious dialogue, entertaining quests, and delightful rewards."
Surprisingly positive for the game. I find it a 6/10 or so kind of experience; on one hand, this is a fun, swift RPG on the go that has its fun moments and is easily playable for most of its campaign, yet runs constantly at around 15-25 FPS, enough to wonder why you bought it.
Its main reason to stay on my memory card is the fantastic Cross Save functionality. I never used it before, but being able to kill a few baddies on the go, hog the TV, transfer that file over, and then cooperatively kill more and then transfer that file back is an awesome experience.
So what says you System Wars on Borderlands 2' decently positive Vita review?