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Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late by Aksys Games, Inc

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Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Aksys Games, Inc
  • Developer: Arc System Works
  • Category: Fighting

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From Fighting game experts Aksys Games and Arc System Works (Guilty Gear, BlazBlue series) and fan-favorite video game developer French Bread, comes Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late, a brand new 2D fighting game made for all gamers: seasoned pros, and even those just curious about the fighting game genre!

  • Endless Hours of Gameplay - Completing Arcade Mode takes players 11+ hours and with versus and other challenging modes, players can sit endlessly playing and mastering their favorite characters!
  • Comic & Anime Action-Packed Visuals - Inspired by anime and comic style visuals, Under Night In-Birth provides players with a truly stunning experience with flashy modes and detailed graphics!
  • Famed Online Mode - Using the same technology as BlazBlue, Under Night In-Birth's network mode offers players a chance to battle against opponents from around the world!
  • 16 Characters & 14 Modes - Master all 16 uniquely designed characters and challenge your skills with 14 different modes, such as time attack and score attack mode!
  • Made for Everyone- Under Night In-Birth's gameplay is challenging enough for the most experienced fighting gamers, but also made for beginners with its simple button set up.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Very Underrated Fighting Game Undernight in-birth is a great game for beginners can get into pretty easy, basically rewarding you for being aggressive cause that's how your bar for ''specials'' works.Also the music in this game is really good not your metal/rock music like Guilty Gear or BlazBlue but its still good too listen too. Also I have read some review of people complaining about graphics, but that's stupid no offence cause the reality is the game is on a much smaller budget than Guilty Gear,Blazblue and Persona. So anyways the fighting game isn't that bad its worth a shot if you like it.
Date published: 2015-09-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible!!!!!!!!!! anime seriously why spend so much money on such an old format of game. This game never apealed to me but one of the gamestop works said it had state of the art graphics with a even better gameplay than call of duty.
Date published: 2015-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BUY IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! great game ive been playing it for a year now and still love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is a great game im the kind of person that doesnt play a game for more than 5 or 6 days.
Date published: 2015-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another anime fighter, but ultimately worth it Forget the crazy name, all you need to know about Under Night In-Birth is that it's a 2D fighting game featuring anime-style characters. Online play is supported (and works pretty good), you get your standard array of offline modes (Arcade, Practice, Time Attack, Score Attack), and there's a total of 16 fighters to choose from. Most of the characters are typical anime cliches we've all seen before--like high-school kids with big swords and guns--but some are interesting...like the Evangelion-esque monster Merkava, who plays like a large, blood-thirsty version of Dhalsim from Street Fighter. As you'd expect, all 2D fighting gameplay archetypes are present in some form or another; Vatista is a charge-back character similar to Guile, Waldstein is the giant wrestler, ect. You won't find any sky-scraper jumping ala Marvel Vs. Capcom here, though the combo system is deep enough for hardcore fighting gurus to sink their teeth into, trust me. The presentation is colorful and the soundtrack is your obligatory over-the-top Japanese guitar music--love it or hate it. There's no English dubbing, but you do get a decent amount of spoken dialogue between characters during Arcade mode. The only real downside to Under Night is that the backrounds are completely static...they're polygon renders with the detail of a Wii game and hardly have any movement in them; in contrast to the beautifully-animated foreground characters it does take some life out of the game's world. The end result is an enjoyable fighter that will definitely peak the interest of anime and fighting game fans alike, but probably won't hold one's attention for more than a few weeks.
Date published: 2015-03-01
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