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: 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 simple after some practice. Anyone that loves fighting games, funny lines, and lots of electric guitar should shell out the cash for this game.
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 (Ragna was too overpowered and Carl for example was weak). Still it made me a fan of the series, so I just had to buy the sequel. And it is even more epic than the first game.
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. The thing I really liked was all the tutorials included as well as the explanation of the story so far.
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. get street fighter or dead or alive instead. A huge dissapointment for a long time blaze blue fan.
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. But when I heard about BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, I just had to check it out. I was hooked on the story from that point on. When Continuum Shift was released last year, I had it pre-ordered in a flash.