BlazBlue: Continuum Shift EXTEND, which was announced earlier this year for the PS Vita (and later for the PS3 and Xbox 360), will be getting a limited edition. The LE will include a calender, 40 page art book, and soundtrack. One important fact to keep in mind, if you are considering picking up the collector's edition, is that it is only available for the PS3 and Xbox 360. So all of you who wanted it for the Vita will be out of luck. For the rest of you, reservations can be made at GameStop and Amazon.
I played BlazBlue Continuum Shift, and Calamity Trigger and all I remember about them were the bright colors and, in the second one, the random, totally confusing cutscenes. I didn't know how to trigger them, nor what they meant, only that they were strange. If Continuum Shift EXTEND has more of those cutscenes, I may have to play it. Just for that.
|2:00 AM on 04.10.2013|
Muramasa Rebirth out on June 25 for the Vita
Muramasa Rebirth is an amazing experience that plays great on the Vita. And now we know the game will be out on June 25 for the PlayStation handheld. What's that? You want more? Lucky for you, Aksys Games has a Collector's Ed...more
|11:00 PM on 04.06.2013|
Check out Muramasa Rebirth's improved translation
Muramasa Rebirth, the Vita port of 2009's Muramasa: The Demon Blade for Wii, is more than just a simple up-res. As noted in Steven Hansen's recent preview, publisher Aksys Games has re-translated the game, resulting in a much...more
|9:00 AM on 03.27.2013|
Muramasa for Vita is amazing, plays great
God damn this game is pretty. Vanillaware’s 2009 Wii title Muramasa: The Demon Blade inevitably pops up in just about any discussion of the best Wii games. It’s sitting on my shelf, snug in its shrink wrap, becaus...more