The fighter is a little like Atlus' own Persona 4: Arena, as it features an amalgam of 13 playable characters and partners from assorted Japanese RPGs and visual novels, like Tears to Tiara. It also boasts genre staples: online multiplayer, character-specific storylines, training modes, and so on.
Aquapazza is coming as both a retail and downloadable PS3 release for $30. Not bad. The 2D fighter resurgence is lovely. I just want to go play Skull Girls, Persona 4: Arena, and look up Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike gifs.
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destructoid's previous coverage: Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match