Borderlands Legends is now out for iOS devices - destructoid

Borderlands Legends is now out for iOS devices

11:30 AM on 10.31.2012

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

Borderlands universe expands to mobile



Borderlands goes mobile with Borderlands Legends, a new title now available on the App Store for iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad. This game looks a lot like the console titles, but claims to be more strategic than action-y. Brick, Mordecai, Lilith and Rolland return from the original game to cover maps with random strategies. 2K says there's also "bazillions" of randomly generated weapons and utilities to nab.

It's available now on the App Store for $4.99/$6.99.

Jim isn't digging it, it seems. Have you tried it? What do you think?



 

 


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