How to put games in 3ds sd card: Blade Strangers Review
Isaac feels way too overpowered at launch, and Shovel Knight is starting to feel painfully ubiquitous by this stage, but there’s a real thrill to seeing Curly and Quote fleshed out into proper anime-style characters and they make a fine addition to what is a relatively small roster at only 14 fighters. With plenty of arenas based on familiar locations from all the licences included – including a spooky arena for Shovel Knight – and an art style that turns 3D models in 2D sprites, Blade Strangers manages to find a pleasing middle ground between pixelated sprites and clean anime art. However, the purposeful pixelation of its characters around the edges really stands out in docked mode (especially when compared to the crisp character models of other anime-style fighters).
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