IGN PSP Review: BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II is a very Japanese fighting game. This doesn't faze me anymore due to my long exposure to and infatuation with Japanese pop culture, but I imagine Lolita vampires, squirrel girls, and calling rounds "rebels" would confuse the average gamer. Even if you don't dig its style, the BlazBlue series has built a diverse cast of characters and rocks an engaging, complex fighting system.

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a_bro2710d ago

so they gave the 3DS version a 4.5 but the PSP version a 7.5...that says alot...

pepsilover_20072710d ago

It was poor porting, new system= new problems for developers, same thing happens with most game systems

warrior99882709d ago

my body my body is ready !

Baka-akaB2710d ago

and i believe the 3ds version isnt playable online , or so i heard at least

VampiricDragon2709d ago

actually coming from ign it doesnt mean much of anything

I_find_it_funny2709d ago

you say that without reading both reviews... that says a lot

Baka-akaB2709d ago (Edited 2709d ago )

well truth be told , ign's reviews of fighting games (among a few other genres) are usually worthless ...

They'll just basically follow the herd and say whatever else others are writing ...

Do you truly expect more than vague platitudes from them , be tey positive or negative ? Or some in depth look ?

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