BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II packs all the heat from the console version of the game. On top of the usual modes like Arcade and Story, the handheld version also includes an ad-hoc mode for multiplayer as well as extra scenario modes like Legion 1.5 and Abyss Mode.
|8||Back in 2008, Arc System Works released BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger on home consoles, with the follow-up BlazBlue: Continuum Shift (and its upgrade Continuum Shift II) two years later. Since its original release, the series has become immensely popular and spans almost every platform in one form or another. After successfully releasing a portable version of Calamity Trigger on the Sony PSP, Arc System Works and Aksys Games have teamed up again to bring over the portable version of Continuum Shift II to North America. So the question remains: Will Continuum Shift II on the Sony PSP continue the success of the original and is worth the upgrade? |
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