Reviews and Problems with BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend
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9 July 2012
Summary: Talking about milking a series. This is the forth Blazblue game to be released and there is only a minimal difference between the four. What the developers have done is basically release a new game, charge a ridiculous amount of money for DLC such as clothes and fighters....
Summary: Very intricate and steep learning curve. Mastering the combos and each characters' metagame is fun and rewarding. Not for the faint of heart. Also lovely unlocks and the store is a great addition to BlazBlue. No DLC colors is a major step up as well. Any fighting gamer should have this game!
Summary: When BlazBlue was first announced I hated it. Not because it was bad or it offended me in anyway, it was because it was announced in place of a new Guilty Gear. Now with Xrd Sign being out in arcades and coming to consoles, I figured this was a good time to check BlazBlue out.
Summary: I would have given this game five stars if it weren't such a rip off for people who own Calamity Trigger and Continuum Shift! Also, I would advise against paying another $20 for the Limited Edition because you can look at art and listen to sound in game and the calendar is not worth it!
Summary: Overall for Â£20/$40 you can't go wrong. Yes the Calamity Trigger story is more of a bonus for newer players but it has enough changes I think to warrant another playthrough for players of the previous games. It's also nice to have both story modes bundles on one disc.
Summary: A great game overall. I've had plenty of fun with it playing through the story mode and playing with friends locally. The game contains the story mode from both Blazblue: Calamity Trigger as well as Blazblue: Continuum Shift.