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I hate story mode, but got try it out. Hey it's fun. Worth playing, fast paced and funny. I wish it was on the 3DS or Wii-U later, like most fighting games, fighting games was the original reason I got the Vita. Highly recommended.
I have never played an ArkSys game except for Persona 4 Arena. So please know that I am coming from a more "simple" standpoint.
First things first: This game is fun as hell. Even when losing it's still a blast. The game does have a "stylish" mode (which is pretty much changes the game to Persona 4 Arena's controls), but in my opinion, I felt like it hampered the experience.
Every single character brings something special to the table, but I have a problem with the main character, Ragna, who is waaaayyy too OP. Which is stupid because he's also the easiest character to use.
The only problems with this game that I found:
-The game is incredibly stingy, yet generous at times when it comes to combos. Sometimes it just doesn't recognize your inputs at certain points of the combo, depending on who you play as.
-Playing as Iron Tager (the grappeler of this game) is impossible on the Vita without a fite stick. Nine times out of ten, instead of doing the 360 input, it just comes out as a weird shuffle then a jump. Which is really unfortunate for me, because I love playing as grappelers. In my opinion, they should've changed Tager's command grab inputs to be more like Kanji's from P4A to compensate for the lack of a correct means of a stick.
Game plays great and in some ways looks better than the console version (though that's mainly because my consoles are connected to a really old TV). The story's handled even better than in the first game, plus the story recap chapter makes for a good abridged look at the first game for those who haven't played it yet. It's actually fun to get all the endings for the characters as the true ending provides a good story, alot of the bad endings also do that but after you get them you get to see a hilarious omake theater explaining what you did wrong, and almost all of the gag reel endings are downright hilarious.There being several different modes you can play in gives this game some extra play value outside its story, arcade, and vs modes; I'm still trying to clear Abyss mode. The fighting mechanics work well and are also beginner friendly with a "stylish" mode to help those not good at combos to execute advanced moves with the push of one button. Definitely reccomend this to anyone who loves 2D fighters
Another stand out port for the Vita. Pretty much console perfect with a easy to join quick to start online system and just about an exact clone graphics wise of the ps3/360 version and controls to match. If you like fighters but don't want to join the Marvel Vs Capcom party this is the game for you
Being that I have NEVER played a BlazBlue game, I needed another fighter for my Vita so i thought id give this one a shot. And boy, it's great. It's easily the most technical fighter i've ever played (I play MK, Tekken, Def Jam lol). But if you have any prior knowledge to fighting games then you'll fare pretty well (after some training) with this. Would definitely recommend.