Summary: I've been playing 2D fighting games since the days of Street Fighter 2, Samurai Showdown and World Heroes. This game is what I've been hoping for, its like playing an anime, I think they've nailed it with this series.
Summary: Arguably the best to play on PSP, with graphics that was scaled just right and beautiful music. Also the uniqueness of character design both gameplay and style-wise. Just beware not to broke your psp!
Summary: The best: Absorbing gameplay alone, thanks to one of the best AIs that have been in the genre in recent years. -Section audiovisual spectacular preserved intact the original version. Legion-Mode, the star among the many game modes. Worst: -The offer multiplayer is reduced to local Ad-Hoc.
Summary: Most fighting games lose their charm after you climb the initial tree and beat the final "boss." You play through the game with your top 2 or 3 characters and then pick a few others when you have grown tired of the repetition of your "chosen" character(s). This is where Blazblue differs.
Summary: After giving the Samurai Shodown Anthology a try, I had little hope for any fast action fighting game on the PSP. Then walking around Anime Expo 2010 I saw Aksys booth running a sale on this, picked it up.
Summary: Probably the best fighting game is given the portable console treatment, and those who missed out on the original, own a PSP, and is a fighting game fan should definitely get this. Sprites a little jarring but I guess its expected for a portable console version.