A little bit of thread necromancy on a Monday evening...|
I've had Calamity Trigger sat on my shelf for ages and barely touched it - I gave it a try when I first picked it up and just didn't click with it. Not surprising, since I haven't been able to enjoy a fighter since Soul Calibur (I must have put hundreds of hours into that, and even more into Saturn Alpha 2 before that). I don't know why, but I buy them, play for about an hour and get bored.
I decided to give BB:CT a go today as I'm having a 'friendly' mini-tourney with a few friends tomorrow on Persona 4 Arena, and we all agreed not to play the game until we get together so that we're all on the same page. I decided to 'cheat' by playing a little BlazBlue instead.
And I absolutely loved it! It took me a while to get settled, but I really enjoyed it once I figured out what the hell I was doing. But I know I probably won't get much chance to play it on the big screen very often, which is why I'm resurrecting this thread.
I can see from prior posts that everyone thinks the Vita version of Continuum Shift is great, but I was wondering if anyone who has played both it and the full console version can tell me how the former stacks up against the latter. I understand this Extend edition has more content, but I mean in terms of spectacle and fluidity. I have Calamity Trigger on 360 and it's a beautiful game with tons of mental pyrotechnics going off, and I don't want to lose any of that.
Also, does anyone have the Limited Edition? I'm a sucker for an art book and soundtrack, but Amazon doesn't list what's in this one, nor are there any images. I have the Calamity Trigger LE, and the art book is great. Also, it looks like I'll have to get it from a marketplace seller, as it seems a bit hard to come by now.
Apologies for the entirely unnecessary framing narrative/wall of text, and thanks in advance for any answers.
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