BlazBlue: Battle x Battle

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BlazBlue: Battle x Battle by Kawo at 2:08 PM (9,807 Views / 0 Likes) 20 replies

  1. Kawo
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    Blazblue will make his Nintendo debut on the DSiware.

    Chance to see this game out in the US are low.
    And pretty close to Ø for the EUR.

    Then my question.
    Is possible to take a DSiware game and cracking the hell out of it for making a flashcart play it without problems?

    Is different from the question "how to crack DSiware" (still without answer), mine is "can we take a dsiware game and convert it to a normal DS game playable on
    flashcarts?"


    http://blazblue.jp/dsi/

    http://ds.ign.com/articles/105/1054505p1.html


    Thanks to rylen for the video.

    http://www.siliconera.com/2009/12/11/blazb...or-nintendo-ds/

    Thanks for help and insight on this case.
     


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    Supervisor raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    Errr.. Since DSi mode hasn't been cracked yet, the question might be different, but the answer is the same.
    Oh, and by the way, if something like that was even feasible, it'd only run on a DSi, since DSiWare most likely uses the added power that the DSi's new hardware offers.
     
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    Aksys Games localise almost every single Arc System Works for the US so the chances you will see it in the US is probably quite good. But if this game's quality is anything like Guilty Gear DS it's probably not worth your time.
     
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    Yeah, I think blazblue dsi have have enough support in America for a translation, the problem is for Europe.
    I have seen Blazblue only in a gamestop and it was in english.

    I have made this topic because this game probably will not be released in Europe.
    Some games for Gba and for DS was converted for the DS, they are more simple than the original but is the same for the most part, like that dsiware game "Litlle red hood and the zombie revolt" or something like that.
     
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    I'm waiting more for the PSP version, but for a dsiware version, sounds really good (altrought I suck in fighting games for handhelds)
     
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    BlazBlue for DS???
    Ok I need to see a trailer... But I don't think it's going to be easy to make a nds file out of it :S

    But if the game is good... I think that people will check it out and try to make it work.
     
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    here you go
     
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    It looks as the fate tiger colosseum for the psp!!!!!
     
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    I'll have to pick this up on my Japanese DSi.

    Finally something worth the Free Points that I got with the System. [​IMG]
     
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    WTF is that???

    I know Blazblue is a very good 2D fighter... Not a Smash-like game... What were they thinking?
     
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    Conversation at Arc System Works

    Employee A: Hey, guys, we are making a BlazBlue game for the DS, should we stick to the design decision of our ridiculously successful 2D fighters?
    Employee B: What? No, Nintendo fanboys are totally obsessed with SSB and JUS right? Let's make it more like that.



    Well, if this has taught me anything else it's that the Japanese actually pronounce the title closer to "Blaze Blue" and not the way people in the West try to pronounce it.
     
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    But come on guys..... The most successful fighting game on DS is what??

    Jump Stars? (Party Fighting Game)
    Draglade (Music Fighting Game?)
    Guilty Gear (Very watered down weird version of a great Fighting Game)
    Windy x Windam (Good but simple Fighting Game)
    (Those are the one's I played a bit and know them)

    We need a super button smashing, combo learning, effects awesome-ing fighting game for the DS!!
     
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    The best one, imo, are the Bleach fighting games on the DS. It's made by Treasure, company known for their quality games. It is very combo intensive and a pretty solid game when you ignore the gimmicky card system. It's nothing compared to the arcade 2D fighters, but it's probably the best 2D fighter on the DS.
     
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    I have tried all this game, Draglade was a little strange but 2nd was better and Guilty Gear was well made but not to console levels.
     
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    Meh, the BlazBlue DS game looks.... okay...


    Though it's a darn shame that more than half the cast isn't even playable.
    Where's Hakumen? Where's Bang? Tager? Litchi?



    And in all honesty, I've given up on the DS ever getting a true 2D fighter that doesn't have Bleach in it's title. So I ended up just getting SNEmulDS and playing Street Fighter II TURBO and SF Zero 2.
     
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    Someone knows idf this game is coming?
     
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    It already came....

    YOU DIRTY BOY READING THIS COMMENT LIKE THAT !!

    The game has already been released ages ago, it can only be acquired by downloading from the dsiware. There is no way the game can be converted or taken out. So please stop asking about this. [​IMG]
     
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    Nice looks Funny.Waiting for jap Release
     
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    I think they will put this in BlazBlue 3Ds like a mini-game or something.
     
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    Why would anyone want to play this half-assed piece of shit?


    As if the regular 2D fighters weren't obvious cash-ins enough, this one was just pathetic.
     
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