Now the button configuration is much different other fighters like King of Fighters and Street Fighter. AH3 uses a five button setup with consists of a light, medium, heavy attacks, a dash, and a button to summon their arcana. With only three buttons set for attacks, you would think that there aren't many moves you can pull off. Well from what I've saw other players do and from what I've pulled off my self, AH3 has a pretty complex fighting system.
New to the game are three more characters and their arcana, story mode, training mode, score attack mode and a simple mode geared to casual players. Also being that this game was worked on Arc System Works, we can expect AH3 to have a superior online network code, lobbies ranking system and replays, as stated in the press release last month.
The game plays solid, the animations are fluid and the game looks ready for its April 5 release on the PSN, with no word on a XBLA release or retail disk. So fans of anime, fans of fighting games and fans of anime girls, be sure to pick up this game and support Aksys in bringing more unique and strangely fun games from Japan.Until thenSee you in the Next level,
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