CGRundertow BLADES OF TIME for PlayStation 3 Video Game Review

CGRundertow BLADES OF TIME for PlayStation 3 Video Game Review


Blades Of Time review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Blades Of Time from Gaijin Entertainment and Konami for the PlayStation 3. Blades Of Time is a follow up to their 2009 title X-Blades. Blades Of Time is a familiar hack-and-slash action game. Think Goddess Of War, basically. You control the alluring Ayumi on her journey into an alternate dimension, where she hunts for treasure and her lost mentor. Things get interesting when Ayumi is given the ability to manipulate time. She can hit rewind on the temporal plane, and it basically makes multiple clones of herself. So the game tries to combine clone-based time manipulation with Ayumi’s extensive offensive arsenal to create really unique combat mechanics. But Blades Of Time drops the ball in terms of execution. This video review features video gameplay footage of Blades Of Time for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room’s Derek.

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CGRundertow BLADES OF TIME for PlayStation 3 Video Game Review


  1. :( sad they didnt use a usa girls voice for her like xblades in blades of time that uk girl voice just sucks and sad they didnt make a better story for the game  to follow up xblades its quit a sham i was realy kinda like Xblades and woulda much rather a better sequal :(

  2. Should I get this Game in the recent Weekly Humble Bundle for 1$ or Bayonetta 1+2 for 60$? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) 

  3. I really like this game, even with its several flaws.
    Cloning to beat enemies is really satisfying, especially because the magic feels devastating every time I use it, plus heavily stylized combos and decent shooting.
    It has one area with about 10 to 20 enemies and attacking them all at once with clones is awesome.
    And one part is laid out like a stealth game, but still plays like an action game, so it still has that sense of satisfaction about coming out of a battle unscathed like playing a stealth game without being noticed once.
    It also has solid platforming, but really shines in its action.
    It's linear, but I wouldn't really want it any differently because it works the way it is.


  5. Maybe it's just one of those games where they throw in some random ideas and a familiar battle mechanic and then to try to make it more "visually" appealing, just slap a good looking anime chick as the main characters and there ya have a game.

  6. Thank you for making me reconsider getting the Bundle Stars outer limits bundle. I only wanted it for Hydrophobia and Blades of Time, but after I saw these 2 reviews… I just don't want it anymore.

  7. I play the demo of this game and I was not impress so I deleted the demo from my PS3 because this game is not even worth the graphic cards they were build from

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