Price = $ 10-20
Players = 1-2
Xbox360, PS3, and PC
HOW DOES THE GAME LIVE UP TO IT’S EXPLANATION/BOX ART? (8/10)
The cover of the game is an obvious fighting game. It’s got that ‘splash art’ of the characters as normal, but if you aren’t aware of what fighters generally look like, It could appear as anything to you.
When you turn the game over and check out the back, it explains everything pretty well. You will experience ‘Fantastic story’ lines. Strange that they may be. This game is very japanese, and if you aren’t used to the humor from across seas; you may be extremely annoyed with the goofy-ness of this game.
HOW IS THE GAME PLAY? (10/10)
The game plays amazingly well. It’s a lot to learn at first, since this game is made by the team that brought us Guilty Gear.
If you’ve never played that series then this is a new 2D fighter experience for you. No more just jump kicking and tripping with a few special moves to tide you over.
Unlike the classic 2d fighters where most the characters only had about 4-6 special moves. BlazBlue is infected with crazy moves for you to learn.
It’s play mechanics are quick and it flows nicely.
HOW DOES THE GAME LIVE UP TO IT’S GENRE? (10/10)
If you enjoy games like Street Fighter, Fatal Fury, and King of Fighters this is a game for your library. It has great replay value, great multiplayer, and the online runs superbly. (If you are any good)
THE ‘GAME OVER’ ALL? (93%)
Like I said, if you love fighting games, this is perfect for you. OR-if you just love a lot of downloadable content.
Also, if you love that crazy Anime style comedy, the story mode of this game is very bizarre and hilarious.
arbitrary credit for gore and nudity = 1
(bouncing boobies and panty shots.)