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BlazBlue: Continuum Shift EXTEND Review
6 April 2012
Summary: " BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend’s " smooth combat and attractive sprites look great on the Vita’s screen. Its wealth of game modes also go a long way to justifying the package for fighting fans looking for more than just online challenge. This is advantageous of course as while (I am sure) the ad-hoc play is a lot of fun, the online play proved far from polished on every connection I encountered.
Excerpt: The wheels of fate are turning. A young blonde female soldier wielding a pair of guns stands opposite another girl, a redhead wearing an elaborate uniform, her icy blue eyes cold and calculating the perfect time to strike her foe. They weren't always enemies, though. They attended the same academy, and even shared a dorm room, The redhead, Tsubaki Yayoi, and the blonde, Noel Vermillion, overcame the boundaries of class in their stringent society and even overcame the...
Excerpt: The BlazBlue series has always been a favorite for fighting game fans, but never quite the mainstream success as, say, Street Fighter. The quirky brawler matches up some of the most obscure characters...
Pros: + Gorgeous 2D animation, + Tons of content, + Deep, involved fighting mechanics, + Not stripped down for portable
Cons: Not much new for previous owners, Online has some lag issues
Summary: Vita is the new, official, one and only best way to play BlazBlue.
Pros: + For those that want it, this fighter comes with a very detailed, long, beautifully animated, surprisingly entertaining story. So many other modes, too., +/- Online team matches, including handicap matches add to the already impressive multiplayer. But why are team battles only available online?, +/- Astounding visuals, rippin’ good music, and exhilarating combat…just, dang does it kill that left thumb after a while.
Cons: +/- Online team matches, including handicap matches add to the already impressive multiplayer. But why are team battles only available online?, +/- Astounding visuals, rippin’ good music, and exhilarating combat…just, dang does it kill that left thumb after a while.
Summary: BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend is an example of what Vita can offer: content rich, fully featured gaming and shows even the complex fighting game genre is comfortable on a portable device. The new game modes work very well for portable play while the Story and Multiplayer modes show it isn't just a handheld port, it's a full, substantial package with beautiful stages, wildly imaginative and diverse characters, rewarding and complex gameplay, a suitably irreverent and...
Summary: Blazblue : Continuum Shift Extend est un peu le portage ultime de la version arcade du jeu qui existe maintenant depuis 2008, car il regroupe toutes les extensions sorties depuis cette année. Moyennement connu en France, cette licence est très populaire au Japon, sûrement grâce à un système de jeu hérité spirituellement du célébrissime Guilty Gears, mais aussi pour son Character Design très manga qui attire en masse un public de joueurs masculins.
Pros: Les graphismes, La durée de vie, Le mode online
Cons: L'ergonomie de la PSVita peut poser problème parfois, L'ambiance "otakuesque" peut irriter
Summary: Selvom der ikke er udgivet voldsomt mange spil til Vita endnu, er hele tre af dem i slåskampe-genren. Af disse spil er Blazblue klart bedst og hvis man er ude efter et regulært 'bank-din-modstander' spil, er dette lige sagen.