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ConsoleMonster: BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend Review

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend is a revised and updated version of the 2010 title BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. The main aspect of the game is an injection of new characters (like Relius Clover) along with updates to existing ones. This is all due to there being a massive imbalance when it came to using certain characters in the game. So, much like you get everyone choosing your Barcelona’s and Manchester City’s in FIFA, on BlazBlue, only a select few characters were ever used both on and offline.

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2542d ago
NovusTerminus2542d ago

"BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend is a revised and updated version of the 2010 title BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger."

I stopped reading right here.

BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend is a revised version of CONTINUUM SHIFT!
Dumbass reviewer. first of all, in EVERY fighting game you will only see a few characters online. And BB is not that unbalanced, provided you know what you are doing.

clearelite2542d ago

I stopped reading when I saw the score and remembered how most people/reviewers consider this one of the best fighting games.

Baka-akaB2542d ago (Edited 2542d ago )

nvm double post

Baka-akaB2542d ago (Edited 2542d ago )

given how old the original Blazblue is , and with him believing Extend to be just an update of it , his score makes even less sense , since it include the sequel of the story , tons of new modes , and at least 6 new characters not playable in the original .

The author clearly got no business reviewing games .

"BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend is a revised and updated version of the 2010 title BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. "

No it is not , you big dofus . Extend is a revised version of the sequel with extras .

"The main gripe that you will have with this game yet again stems from the new characters. Why not just make them available through Xbox LIVE?"

And they were . Each were sold as dlc , except Relius .

At some point they felt the need to repackage the sequel+the characters dlc + a third rebalance + extras such as Relius and new story modes for the dlc chars .

"Even after trawling through the Tutorial and Challenge mode, facing off against countless enemies on and offline and spending hours refining and memorising your button layouts, you will find yourself unable to even beat one of the ten opponents on this impossible new mode. It’s not fun or enjoyable and isn’t truly needed."

Except is is needed , when a game doesnt propose such solo mode challenge , pests like you will complain about the lack of stuff to do on your own . And pretend MK9 is the first fighting game with an actually well thought out story mode .