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Blazblue Continuum Shift II Review - CapsuleComputers.com

CapsuleComputers.com writes: "Blazblue: Continuum Shift II is a game that was in a league of its own on the console when it was released last year. It still is today on the PlayStation Portable, despite the graphic and audio quality taking the brunt of the damage. The amazing storyline returns in its entirety and there is always a lot of replay value because of the different routes available to each character. With the extra gameplay modes, BBCSII is a fighter that you can easily pick up and fight for a few rounds whenever you need to kill some time. It is just a shame however that online multiplayer was left out of the package."

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BiggCMan2287d ago

Continuum Shift 2?? Shit, i'm behind man. I've been wanting to play Calamity Trigger for the longest time now, then CS came out. I had no idea that a 3rd game was coming. What would everyone recommend I do, should I just get this new one, or is it best to play them all in order?

FamilyGuy2287d ago (Edited 2287d ago )

"3DS, BlazBlue Continuum Shift II, PSP"

It's a handheld game.

If you're interested in BlazBlue just jump straight to Continuum Shift. I personally lost interest in the game a while back because they charge $8 per new character released.

jacksonmichael2287d ago

Wow, $8 per character? Crazy.

NoobSessions2284d ago

Its because how much work is put into every character, all the characters are hand drawn and consist of over 1000 frames

Deadman_Senji2287d ago

It doesn't even expand the story. When can we expect a true new blazblue game?

They left off on a nasty cliffhanger...