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BlazBlue
Game Description:A 2D one-on-one fighting game by ARC System Works (the makers of Guilty Gear.) Produced by Guilty Gear producer Toshimichi Mori, the game features an all-original cast (including many weapon fighters) and uses a four-button control scheme (weak, medium and strong attacks plus an EX button which makes your character perform unique special attacks.) The fighting system is based around players being able to continue combos when opponents are in a down state. On the defensive side, you'll have a number of ways of getting back up when downed, so you don't get pummeled by combo attacks. BlazeBlue employs the Type X2 arcade board and mixes 3D characters and 3D backdrops.
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    Hands On Preview: BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger

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    Mike Manzanares from Arc System Works stops by the studio to give Blair a Hands On demo of the new 2D fighting game 'BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger' coming soon to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

    Posted: Mar 4, 2009 | 15,648 Views | 05:42 | 11 Comments


  • Blazblue: Calamity Trigger DIrect-Feed Gameplay (PS3)

    Posted: March 4, 2009

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