BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma released by Arc System Works is an Action, Single and Multiplayer Fighting video game for Nintendo 3DS. The game takes place in the 3D world and includes up to ten exciting characters such as Ragna the bloodedge, Jin Kisaragi, Noel Vermillion, Taokaka, and more. The main objective is to face off against an opponent and defeat them by pressing one button. The character shows off different cut moves and impression to take down the competitors. It has two different modes such as Story and Challenge. In Story mode, the player finds himself in a strange mystery, and his ultimate task is to solve the puzzle and complete the quests. In Challenge mode, the aim of the player is to defeat as enemies as possible in a variety of stages. Select the character, learn new techniques, moves and combos to become the ultimate master. The player can engage himself in fast-paced and action gameplay. BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma offers prominent features, smooth controls, addictive graphics and brilliant mechanics. Try it out, and you’ll enjoy it.
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Rakugaki Showtime is a Fighting, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game developed by Enix. Throughout the game, the player controls a fighter where the main mission is to defeat a group of doodles. The fighters move around on a 3D field and can attack each other at will. The player will spend most of his time picking up whatever is required to throw and destroy enemies.
The game has multiple characters where the player can unlock all of them. Every character has some unique aspect that makes him different from the others. Mamun is a character who can hit hard but has below-average speed and is the biggest in size. The game has three modes of complexity, such as Easy, Medium, and Hard.
The player can form a party of four characters where every player controls an individual character. The player can throw projectiles, scattered through the field, to eliminate more enemies at once. The game has core features such as Projectiles, Party-Based Mode, Three Complexity Levels, and Multiple Characters.