Summary: In the game, You get access to Unlimited Mars, which is where you fight powered up versions of the normal characters at a high degree of difficulty. The first time I tried this mode I was taken down in 2 rounds, in less than twenty seconds without landing a single hit on my opponent. My first opponent. So if u are looking for a challenge, you've got one in Unlimited Mars.
Summary: Continuum Shift adds a whole lot of new things to the series, but I'll start with the three brand new playable characters: Hazama, Tsubaki, & Mu-12. Hazama and Tsubaki are available to be played as from the start; Mu-12 however must be unlocked through the story mode. Hazama can use his drive to shoot out a long chain with a monstrous mouth at the last (vaguely similar to Scorpion's from Mortal Kombat but much larger).
Summary: A decent fighter with some truly unique and funny characters. Great visuals, good sounds, REALLY cheezy voice acting, but I think it's just weird writing and not the voice actors. Fighting mechanic is solid and work very well. Story mode is also pretty fun, but could have used a bit more depth for some of the side characters. The BlazBlue universe seems well thought out and deep enough to compete against other, already established, franchises.
Summary: This game is a step forward in from the first blazblue. Balance improvements, and system improvements like the changes in the guard break system and bursting make the strategy simpler in these regards. The addition of 3 characters in the game and 3 dlc character will make a total of 18.
Summary: I'm very surprised of this game. While it doesn't shine in variety of game modes (No survival, proper tag battles etc.), it does everything it contains very well. The story mode is very fun to play ; it lasts long enough, has brilliant dialogue and the characters are very good. The multiple choices also increase replay value of the mode.
Summary: Decent story-line, interesting characters, and awesome combat. Of course I'm enjoying myself. When the disc arrived, I was amazed at how new it appeared. Also, I was able to just jump right in, learn the difference between beginner mode and normal; I prefer normal over beginner, considering I was deprived of so many combos with beginner with specials.
Summary: Do not buy this game. The high priced DLC is ridiculous and Aksys Games has already released another version of the game. As for the game itself it a a 2D fighter that is a work of art and unique. AN absolutely beautiful work of art that is being scarred by terrible business practices that only hurts the consumer they are selling the product to.
Summary: What should of been a high score for the best new fighting game series in years is unfortunately overshadowed by high priced DLC and 3 games that offer so little extra content, It can only be considered a rip off. This is actually the second game (4th if you count Calamity Trigger but it is basically the same thing as the other 3 games in the series) to be released.
Summary: It's a long time since I played a fighter, BlazBlue takes the anime stylish with a good combination of pace in the fight which its very nice. I'm not taking to serious the story so I can't judge exactly if it is dumb, interesting or fantastic. But at least Im pleased with the gameplay and the variety of modes it includes yet this will be a minor flaw , but the background could have gotten a much more immersive work , instead of doing it in 2D its in a bad 3D engine...