The 3DS is quickly become a must-have console for fighting game fans. Between Super Street Fighter 4: 3D, Dead or Alive: Dimensions, and now BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II, I can't think of a time when a console had so many fighting games announced before launch, let a lone a handheld.
Out of those three, I may be most excited about Continuum Shift II. I still can't make sense of the BlazBlue storyline, but it's still one of my favorite fighting series going right now. My only real issue with the first game was that it had to few characters. Continuum Shift helped fix that on the 360'PS3, and I'm guessing that Continuum Shift II will do even more to fill out the roster.
I'll be keeping my eyes peeled to the internet all weekend for new info on this game, so stay tuned.
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