Summary: I simply love this game. From beginning to end it's a very fascinating story. Getting 100% completion and such is rather tedious, but even so it's an enjoyable experience. If you're a fan of fighting games I'd definitely recommend giving this one a shot.
Summary: It's got a story mode with some pretty great english voice acting & a cool plot that actually manages to be pretty funny and even touching sometimes. The music. Sweet justice, the music is phenomenal.
Summary: I'm not sure what kept me going. In most other games, I would have simply decreased the difficultly after my character was dashed against the side of the screen for the fifth time. Not frustration at being cheated by a poorly programmed game. Not determination to prove my gaming skill. It was the first game in a long time I finished for the sheer fun of it.
Summary: I played this game on my brothers xbox and I think its an okay fighting game. It gets kind of frustrating sometimes if you play as a different character. My favorite character is Haku men.I recommend this game to anyone who likes fighting games.
Summary: BlazBlue is a beautiful game. I could almost just recommend this game to anyone wishing to admire some truly beautiful artwork. I know that I am slightly biased because I am, in fact, an anime fan. So it is true that this art style might not appeal to everyone. But with that said, I still think it would be hard not to appreciate how vibrant all the colors look and how clean and plished the product looks.
Summary: I did not play the game. Our son wanted X-Box mostly for this game, and after that plays it, and haven't complained, so I think it is good. He plays it a long time, it was not just a passing craze, but that's with most of his games - we do not have a lot. I do not see what is the big appeal - the animation looks like it is made 20 years ago, when the computers lacked the power for a realistic 3D-feeling.