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I’m happy about BlazBlue Cross Tag gameplay but like most fans of the game especially those that bought special editions are at the edge of top cringe with the game’s roster.

It starts as you boot up the game and see the lovely Yang & Blake of RWBY together like they should be but in the world of BlazBlue: Cross Tag they are separated at launch in a weird fashion. I know this isn’t new news but the fact they used them together in the main story and the opening cutscene is just outrageously bold.

DfDQfnIWAAA4nuJ

 

Within moments of playing the main story of the game, Arc Systems doesn’t even try to hide that your DLC is already part of the game. You are put in battles with the likes of Hakumen, Platinum, Orie, and more.

 

 

Today, Arc Systems have announced that they will be releasing all the DLC including the free Yang DLC on June 19th. Yes, they want us to be happy with DLC they could release and should have had on the disk. I’m sure people would of be happy to pay on day one 59.99 for everything. Hell, I would have paid 69.99. In fact, I sort of did with my purchase of the Digital Deluxe Edition. So, shame on you Arc System works! Shame!

 

 

 

I’m happy about BlazBlue Cross Tag gameplay but like most fans of the game especially those that bought special editions are at the edge of top cringe with the game’s roster.

It starts as you boot up the game and see the lovely Yang & Blake of RWBY together like they should be but in the world of BlazBlue: Cross Tag they are separated at launch in a weird fashion. I know this isn’t new news but the fact they used them together in the main story and the opening cutscene is just outrageously bold.

DfDQfnIWAAA4nuJ

 

Within moments of playing the main story of the game, Arc Systems doesn’t even try to hide that your DLC is already part of the game. You are put in battles with the likes of Hakumen, Platinum, Orie, and more.

 

 

Today, Arc Systems have announced that they will be releasing all the DLC including the free Yang DLC on June 19th. Yes, they want us to be happy with DLC they could release and should have had on the disk. I’m sure people would of be happy to pay on day one 59.99 for everything. Hell, I would have paid 69.99. In fact, I sort of did with my purchase of the Digital Deluxe Edition. So, shame on you Arc System works! Shame!

 

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Introduced to video games from his older brother on the Atari 2600 ADG/AntDaGamer is an average gamer/disabled worker turned into a freelance extraordinaire. From YouTube, AntDaGamer.Com as well as other channels, ADG Wrestling Games Network, ADG Official No Commentarys & Trailers, Twitch, Wordpress and of course right here on EGM. I showcase games, gameplay, and bio my history and opinions of video games. Find me on Twitter @AntDaGamer

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle To Drop Early DLC That Is Cringy On Disk DLC

AntDaGamer puts Arc System Works on notice about their cringy DLC practice with BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle.

By Anthony Dows | 06/7/2018 11:23 PM PT

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I’m happy about BlazBlue Cross Tag gameplay but like most fans of the game especially those that bought special editions are at the edge of top cringe with the game’s roster.

It starts as you boot up the game and see the lovely Yang & Blake of RWBY together like they should be but in the world of BlazBlue: Cross Tag they are separated at launch in a weird fashion. I know this isn’t new news but the fact they used them together in the main story and the opening cutscene is just outrageously bold.

DfDQfnIWAAA4nuJ

 

Within moments of playing the main story of the game, Arc Systems doesn’t even try to hide that your DLC is already part of the game. You are put in battles with the likes of Hakumen, Platinum, Orie, and more.

 

 

Today, Arc Systems have announced that they will be releasing all the DLC including the free Yang DLC on June 19th. Yes, they want us to be happy with DLC they could release and should have had on the disk. I’m sure people would of be happy to pay on day one 59.99 for everything. Hell, I would have paid 69.99. In fact, I sort of did with my purchase of the Digital Deluxe Edition. So, shame on you Arc System works! Shame!

 

 

 

I’m happy about BlazBlue Cross Tag gameplay but like most fans of the game especially those that bought special editions are at the edge of top cringe with the game’s roster.

It starts as you boot up the game and see the lovely Yang & Blake of RWBY together like they should be but in the world of BlazBlue: Cross Tag they are separated at launch in a weird fashion. I know this isn’t new news but the fact they used them together in the main story and the opening cutscene is just outrageously bold.

DfDQfnIWAAA4nuJ

 

Within moments of playing the main story of the game, Arc Systems doesn’t even try to hide that your DLC is already part of the game. You are put in battles with the likes of Hakumen, Platinum, Orie, and more.

 

 

Today, Arc Systems have announced that they will be releasing all the DLC including the free Yang DLC on June 19th. Yes, they want us to be happy with DLC they could release and should have had on the disk. I’m sure people would of be happy to pay on day one 59.99 for everything. Hell, I would have paid 69.99. In fact, I sort of did with my purchase of the Digital Deluxe Edition. So, shame on you Arc System works! Shame!

 

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Introduced to video games from his older brother on the Atari 2600 ADG/AntDaGamer is an average gamer/disabled worker turned into a freelance extraordinaire. From YouTube, AntDaGamer.Com as well as other channels, ADG Wrestling Games Network, ADG Official No Commentarys & Trailers, Twitch, Wordpress and of course right here on EGM. I showcase games, gameplay, and bio my history and opinions of video games. Find me on Twitter @AntDaGamer