Reviews and Problems with Blazblue Chrono Phantasma
Showing 1-10 of 105
2 weeks ago
Summary: While I do not hate the franchise, I felt this game was the weak-point of the series in multiple areas. As a fan of the games for four years I was quick to buy the game, the opening song is sung by Faylan, it was not the most memorable theme and the animation didn't quite fit with the tempo of the song. There is also a new animation company, the same one that had also done Blazblue: Alter Memory and I feel doesn't capture the charm of the characters.
Summary: True to it's heritage, Dark Souls II is another amazing game in the Soul series. It's intense, addictive, challenging, and thought provoking. I absolutely love these games and would recommend them to anyone with a strong constitution. These games are definitely NOT for the faint of heart.
Summary: BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma for the Playstation Vita is a brilliant addition for the Vita's game library. Even if you already have the PS3 version, having the game on the Vita can make things very worth while when you're out traveling to places and practicing your combos so that you can show it off during online play on both PS3 and Vita.
Awesome, difficult game that offers a sense of achievement.
Russell B, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: This game is amazing. It's a great challenge, and very rewarding + brutal at the same time. It forces you to think, and make smart decisions. The only system is unique, and the game seems well balanced throughout. Def not a game for everybody, but if you can get into it... an awesome game at that.
Summary: The only problem I had was that the Rachel Alucard figurine was poorly made. The parts kept falling off no matter how hard I tried to force them in and the directions were in Japanese and not easy to understand. Also, putting the music CD into a portable CD player does not work. I found that a little annoying since the CD from Continuum Shift worked right away in the player.