Reviews and Problems with Blazblue Chrono Phantasma
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Comes with a new nendoroid petit packaged very nicely. It's super cute and well made
17 March 2015
Summary: Comes with a new nendoroid petit packaged very nicely. It's super cute and well made! Super happy with this purchase. It's probably my favorite limited edition set that I own! The CD and artbook are also very neat! The game itself is a good addition to the BlazBlue series as a whole.
Summary: I recommend totally disregarding reviews like the one Andre00x did. I consider reviews should be made to give others who haven't play the game an idea of what their getting. A review is not a random emotional outlet. So, here is a "better" review, spoiler free of course: Story: If you enjoy time travelling paradoxes, anime like characterization and multiple povs on the same plot, you I recommend totally disregarding reviews like the one Andre00x did.
Soundtrack is more trouble than it is worth, Buy Regular Edition
Casey Heim, Amazon
24 February 2015
Summary: The game is enjoyable, but the main thing I look forward to in these Limited Edition versions of BlazBlue is the Soundtrack. For the previous installments the soundtracks were great easy to import to my computer and listen to over and over again. For whatever reason they took a formula that worked and changed it putting it on a DVD and made importing these files a much bigger nightmare than I anticipated, making me wish I just bought the regular edition and saved myself...
Summary: so i have been playing this game for a while now, and i honestly have to say that this fighter is amazing, the fighting in this game is super deep, so it will appeal to players that are really good at fighting games, not only that, people that aren't really good at fighting games can also jump in and have tons of fun with it, this game has a low barrier of entry, so you don't need to be a fighting game pro to enjoy this game, you can simply use the Stylish control...
The gameplay is hard but fun. The soundtrack is amazing
Jeffrey Fox, Amazon
25 January 2015
Summary: I'm not even an hour into the game and I've already died 20 times. The gameplay is hard but fun. The soundtrack is amazing. If you want a game to repeatedly make you throw your controller against the wall, this is the game for you. Oh, and there's a talking cat salesman.
Summary: Dark Souls 2 is all around an excellent action/RPG. The game focuses on rewarding players for learning how to play, and punishing button mashing. It improves upon many features of the first game, but unfortunately adds some old and new problems that make it the lesser of the two. If you have played Dark Souls or are interested in a couple of the important points: Improvements: Ring of Life Protection - Like in Dark Souls I, this item protects your humanity and souls from...
Summary: This game is a continuation of the PS3 Dark Souls. This game made it clear to me that things can get better for hardcore gamers. After earning my platinum trophies in Demons Souls and Dark Souls, this game was a natural buy for me - but I was a bit disappointed that earning the platinum trophy was lot easier than each of its predecessors. It only took me 2 or 3 playthroughs to get platinum.