Reviews and Problems with BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II
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Probably my most favorite game of all time
Daniel Jones, Amazon
27 January 2014
Summary: This game has a variety of characters that it is almost impossible not to have a favorite. The gameplay is entirely different from Calamity Trigger but in a good way. Even though it's a little tougher to activate the Astral Heats the game is fun to play.
Summary: When the first BlazBlue was released, I was amazed by how good it was. Deep story, loveable characters and amazing soundtrack. The only complaints I had with the first BB for PSP was that the graphics compared to versions for bigger consoles was somewhat lacking and the characters were not balanced...
Summary: I didn't expect much from this game. It didn't seem to change much from the first part, but i was so wrong... This one is really thought through: all the game modes are amazing, abyss mode especially. All the characters are there with the addition of some new ones, Makoto is my favorite out of them.
Summary: hey you know how blaze blue used two analog sticks on the consoles well on 3ds it tries to use the terrible D pad to control movement. the gameplay is sluggish, always slows down, the sprites look horrible. a horrible and ugly port that is one of the worst games on offer for the 3ds.
Summary: One day I was looking for a good game to buy and both amazon and a friend recommended BlazBlue to me, and I never want to put it down. BlazBlue is a game full of fun times, from the cool characters, awesome soundtrack, and funny banter,the only thing people may not like is the controls, but they are...
Summary: Speaking as a fan of the series, I have to say that I am impressed with the changes to the game. The system is better and so has the character balancing compaired to Continuum Shift. A MUST OWN if you don't have PS3 and you love Fighting Games.
Summary: As much as I love the BlazBlue series, and believe me, I do. It has one of the most intriguing storylines ever written, for a game or anything else. While good at pretty much every other genre of game, 2-D fighters have never been my forte. That's putting it mildly.