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.
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.
Summary: my daughter and i enjoy playing this game and its counterpart. great fun it lacks some of the moves available in the other game, but that may be because i haven't played it enough to figure out the button combinations.
Summary: I am not usually really into fighting games. So bare with me during this review if you are already familiar with the game. I've played BlazBlue: Continuum Shift for a considerable amount of time. I mostly played the story, arcade, score attack, challenge, and training mode.
Summary: Continuum Shift, the console sequel to Blaz Blue Calamity Trigger offers a TON of new features to make the game more accessible to beginners, exactly what I was looking for. I purchased Calamity Trigger on XBOX Live about a Month ago, and me and my two roommates had been having a great time with.
Summary: This game clean and neat.There was no sign of it ever being harshly used. The game play is spectacular. Though the tutorial mode is useful it lacks explaining commands in the console's controller button layout, so i would have to check every time which letter corresponded with which button.
Summary: This game is very good, but I think that the critics are over-rating it just a bit. Its worth buying for sure, but don't expect a fighter worthy of a 9 or 10 score here. There are some issues, bugs and control issues to be specific, that keep this from getting a perfect score.
Summary: Not a bad game! I played the first one with a slightly jaded mentality, but I went into this one with an open mind... and it turned out well! If you are tired of the way fighting games have been for several years, this is a refreshing twist.
Summary: The first BlazBlue was a blast and Continuum Shift is really much fun too. Only downside buying this game now is that the new version titled Extend is coming pretty soon and it includes extra content. Overall I recommend this game to all fighting game fans!