UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH II Sys:Celes Review | The Outerhaven

The Outerhaven writes: UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH II Sys:Celes is the 4th game in the game series and is a solid game, even if there are issues with the story and lack of crossplay.

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Under Night In-Birth II Sys:Celes Review -- Gamerhub UK

Odd name, awesome fighting game.

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Under Night In-Birth II: Sys:celes Review – The Hollow Night Arrives [PSLegends]

Trevor Walker said: Fighting games are my main genre. No matter the game, if you tell me it’s a fighter, I’m in. Up until recently, I hadn’t played many anime fighters. Aside from the DragonBall Budakai games, one of the Persona fighters, and more recently Guilty Gear Xrd (which shares the same publisher), my experience was limited. However, I was lucky enough to get my hands on Under Night In-Birth II Sys:Celes (shortened UNI2) recently, and let me tell you, I’ve found one of my favorites.

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Review - Under Night In-Birth II Sys:Celes (PC) | WayTooManyGames

WTMG's Leo Faria: "The awfully-named Under Night In-Birth II Sys:Celes is a pretty good sequel to what was already a really deep, but surprisingly accessible 2D fighter. In terms of content and mechanics, this game is still excellent, worthy of being put right next to other Arc System Works fighters. In terms of presentation, it didn’t exactly reinvent the wheel, but it’s not like the other games in the series were ugly to begin with. Sadly, in terms of how well this particular PC port was crafted, well, I was a bit disappointed. With a handful of glitches and an overall sensation this port was treated like an afterthought, you are better off playing it on a console."

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