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- Upgrade your character to reach the bottom in the new Abyss Mode, create an army to conquer your foes in the new Legion 1.5 Mode.
- With new system mechanics, game engine revisions, and an entirely rebalanced roster it offers a new 2D fighting experience for both veterans and newcomers alike.
- Contains not only the full story of the original, but also brand new Story Mode and Arcade Mode segments for players to enjoy.
- Local wireless multiplayer allows up to 4 players to participate in a single session. Two players will square off while the others are spectators.
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BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II is an enhanced port of the critically acclaimed BlazBlue: Continuum Shift. Now available for play on the Nintendo 3DS, this next installment in the popular BlazBlue fighting game series is a unique handheld gaming experience that combines the best features of the Japanese arcade fighting series with the advanced features that only the 3DS can provide.
Your Favorite BlazBlue Battles Now in 3D
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II contains the complete set of single player features from the console version, such as Arcade, Score Attack, Training, and Story mode, and also has an local multiplayer mode. This impressive list of features is topped off with new content created solely for the handheld version, including extra story material and brand new modes such as Legion 1.5 and Abyss Mode. In addition, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II features the full 18 character cast of the original BlazBlue: Continuum Shift, including the three DLC characters, Makoto, Valkenhayn, and Platinum. Furthermore, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II contains the new system mechanics and game balance revisions introduced by the original Arcade version and system version 1.03. With all of these new features, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II is a brand-new fighting game experience sure to meet the expectations of fans everywhere.
Key Game Features
- All-New Single Player Content - Upgrade your character to reach the bottom in the new Abyss Mode, create an army to conquer your foes in the new Legion 1.5 Mode, polish your skills in the revamped Challenge Mode, and earn Platinum Dollars to unlock a host of in-game rewards.
- Redesigned Fighting Experience - With new system mechanics, game engine revisions, and an entirely rebalanced roster from its original predecessor, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II offers a fully updated fighting game experience for both veterans and newcomers alike.
- Enhanced Story Features - BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II contains not only the full story of the original, but also brand new Story Mode and Arcade Mode segments for players to enjoy.
- Local Multiplayer - Local multiplayer allows up to 4 players to participate in a single session. Two players will square off while the others are spectators.
- 3D Functionality - The Nintendo 3DS version of the game allows players to experience the next dimension of BlazBlue visuals with full 3D effects in nearly all modes of gameplay.
About Nintendo 3DS
Nintendo 3DS is a groundbreaking hardware release that brings 3D gaming to the handheld market for the first time. The fourth major release in the DS product line, the Nintendo 3DS utilizes 3D Slider functionality and an improved top LCD display to present a glasses-free 3D effect in compatible games, while giving players the option to moderate the effect as they see fit. Taken together with additional features including full analog control in 3D game environments, motion and gyro sensors that transfer the movements of the handheld into the game, 3D camera functionality, an adjustable stylus and full backwards compatibility to all Nintendo DS games and you have not only a must-have system, but a revolution in handheld gaming.
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All-new single player content.
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Top Customer Reviews
To start off, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II is a port of the 2D anime-styled fighting game BlazBlue: Continuum Shift. It contains the DLC characters and costumes, but not much else. I've played all the the previous BlazBlue games, on the console and handheld. I picked this game up figuring I'd enjoy it, as I have the others.
This game is missing a few key features though: it only supports local multiplayer. There is no online multiplayer (which both DOA:D and SSFIV3D have). There is no StreetPass or SpotPass functionality. For a fighter to maintain its longevity, multiplayer is very important. However, this isn't the only problem. It feels like a super-squished down version of the console title. The graphics aren't sharp and smooth, and the 3D is very gimmicky. It doesn't feel as genuine as some of the other 3DS games out there. Also, the only controller scheme is to use the d-pad for character movement and menu selection. Normally, I would be okay with this. However, due to the position of the d-pad on the 3DS, it is very awkward. I have been using the slider for most games on the 3DS because it is comfortable. I don't understand why the option to use either was removed. It's not a matter of whether or not the d-pad or the slider is better, it's a matter of having the option.
Another very odd thing is, the game is missing sleep mode on the 3DS. In the manual it says, "Sleep mode is not supported.Read more ›
Needless to say, if you can master inputs on the squant D-pad of a 3DS, if you find yourself holding an analog stick on a console port, you'll be at incredible advantage. My thumb was raw each time I played, and I tore off the directional decal off the first 3DS I had from the use of Hakumen's magatama.
Though it's true there are some framerate issues in VERY SPECIFIC parts of the game, namely with characters like Mu-12 or Rachel who generate a lot of standing objects outside of the characters, it never impacted my experience to a notable degree. The simple fact remains that having BlazBlue at your fingertips ensures you'll never go rusty. Combos are in my muscle memory now, and I have this game to thank for that. I was even able to place a respectable rank at a local tournament because of my experience with this game.
Though copies are hard to come by nowadays, don't second-guess yourself if you have an interest in the series. Pick it up.
- Unable to map buttons.
- Graphics too small
- Menu interface is clutered and confusing
At least you get all the characters from console versions
During each character's story, be careful on what decision you make or you will start the story over, but you can skip the text youv'e already seen. You also must practace certain moves and strategies. This is just advice on those who are wondering. Enjoy :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Certainly not the definitive version of Continuum Shift, but it's still a viable portable experience if you can tolerate the awful sound quality and the fact that you can't use the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Aaron
Consumers beware: frame rate for this game is roughly between 30-35, sound assets are low quality, parts of the campaign/story mode have been altered to reduce content taking up... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael J. Blevins-Perez
The psvita one looks more accurate than this version. It is alot more simplistic in graphics for the 3ds graphics engine but the story mode with the 3d on looks absolutely amazing... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Luvmacai
Awsome one of the best fighting games i ever played, very fun, adictive aand very original, a worthy game for your collectionPublished on July 26, 2014 by JOE
an otaku's dream.
this game exceeds your expectations.
the battle system is very unique, the characters are well drawn and their story is very intriguing.
The game is great, reslly fun and a wonderful although confusing story. I would give it 5 stars but it lacks a multiplayer with only a local mode. Read morePublished on May 29, 2014 by Glenn Barajas