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AquaPazza AQ-00150-7 (PS3)

AquaPazza AQ-00150-7 (PS3)
alaAverage 3.8

4 reviews

Oct, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay. The reliability also gets good opinions, whereas views are divided on the story.

design, reliability, gameplay

On average, users rate this product 75/100.

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Fighting game fans, don't pass this one up!

 

Aquapazza combines characters from Leaf and Aquaplus games / animes into one beautiful 2D fighter. The pacing is similar to that of Chaos Code, Blazblue, and other recent entries in the genre…except you get to choose a specific partner character to aid...

Beautiful 2D animation, solid fighting mechanics, smooth online play

Only 13 playable characters, mostly-female cast may deter some players

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At least it came out

 

I am a huge fighting game fan and played so many. When this came out I was hoping for a phantom breaker similar game but what I got was a slow fighting game that isn't interesting in the end.This product has... Multiplayer capableAbout me... Hardcore...

Japanese art style

Better fighters we never gotten

Consumer review by:

Fantastic fighting game!

 

Aquapazza is a fantastic anime fighting game!Atlus is a great company for bringing this game to the West!If you enjoy Japanese anime and fighting, this game is for you!This product has... Multiplayer capable, Like to replayAbout me... Hardcore gamer

Japanese developed

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Pretty fun game something different.

 

Game has only 13 characters to choose from and 13 assist characters to choose from. Game play is pretty fun many mechanics similar to Blazblue. You choose your first character which operates from buttons A,B,C, and an assist character which operates...

Insteresting gameplay

Not too many characters