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Submitted by PerfectCel 946d ago | review

Denkiphile: Black Rock Shooter: The Game Review

Davis from Denkiphile: "Originally conjured up on Japanese art community Pixiv, Black Rock Shooter has extended far past its humble roots and adapted into everything from songs using famed vocaloid Hatsune Miku to a dedicated anime series. With the level of fandom it has gained, its 2011 PSP adaptation was an inevitability. Though it’s been a long wait for western gamers, the title has finally made its way here and it does not disappoint." (Black Rock Shooter, PSP) 4/5

Redempteur  +   946d ago
Unexpected battle system but still great in term of mecanics.

Story has nothing to do on the TV or oavs series. So don't judge the game based on those.
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ExCest  +   946d ago
I thought the battle system was going to be more of a run around and shoot/hack and slash kind of thing. I mean, she does have a huge gun.
miyamoto  +   946d ago
Fantastic game and music. Vry unique and stylish. Not your usual jrpg.

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