Borderlands Remastered Edition listed by Australian ratings board

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Borderlands Remastered Edition listed by Australian ratings board
Borderlands may be the series to finally fill the void of cross-generation remasters, going by a new listing published by the Australian Classification Board. The MA15+ multiplatform rating for "Borderlands Remastered Edition" notes Gearbox Software and 2K Australia as the authors and 2K as the publisher. All that's missing is the official confirm from 2K [Update: When approached, a 2K spokesperson told Joystiq, "We have made no announcements and have nothing to state at this time.]

From here on in we've firmly got our speculating psycho mask on. So, the three Borderlands - 1, 2 and The Pre-Sequel - came to the last generation of systems. So it would make sense for a remastered re-release to bundle the trilogy for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Throw in all the DLC (why not?) and a friendly price tag and you, sir, are a gentleman and a scholar.
On the subject of remasters, we conducted a poll yesterday to ask when would you consider re-purchasing a game. At the time of writing, 69 percent of you would only dip in for "big" remasters and remakes, while 15 percent put your foot down with "Never." So, would a 3-in-1 Borderlands remaster count as a big enough deal for you? Let us know in the comments.
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