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. In order to see the full story, you HAVE to beat the game with EVERY character. In other fighting games the move set is basically the same.
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. This game just completely makes a mockery of poorly ported fighting games by being an almost near perfect port from the big consoles. Granted it is a 2D fighter but still, this game is fast and fluid.
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. Although if you already own the original I don't see why you should be getting this unless you're interested in the Legion Mode, which really is a simple DW:Empires mode, and if you have many friends to play...