3) Vita Version
It has its flaws and may not be as polished as other platforms but the Vita version is still a fun title. The sync with the PS3 works perfectly allowing players to play the game on the move then get home and resync and continue a spot of loot hunting.
The controls are fiddly and you will die more than on the console version but if you can shake these shortcomings then line me you could enjoy this ambitious port.
2) PC Version
Simply the best graphical version; however with a game like Borderlands this is not the be all and end all of the experience.
The controller support is spot on but I used this game to really try to improve my mouse and keyboard control. I enjoyed my time on PC but it was lacking one major aspect...
1) PS3 Version
One term makes my time spent on the PS3 time rule "Co-Op" I played through the majority of the game with fellow BCer Jon and to say we had a blast is an understatement. From shooting the breeze to dividing loot to strategizing the take down of bosses, everything was better in Co-Op. Games are more than just the story, graphics and gameplay it's the experience that counts which is why Borderlands 2 on PS3 is my one of my favourite gaming experiences of all time.