Oh, and it has a release date
Oh, and it has a release date
From the moment BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle was announced, we couldn't help but wonder if the crossover project was just a way for Arc System Works to reuse a whole bunch of different assets from a whole bunch of different games plucked from its back catalogue. As it turns out, rehashed assets isn't even the biggest...
Arc System Works, the Japanese developer behind BlazBlue, Guilty Gear, and the recently revealed Dragon Ball FighterZ, has announced that it's working on a crossover fighting game featuring characters from various franchises. The title's called BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle, and its debut trailer was just shown during Evo...
Fact over fiction
Publisher PQube has confirmed that it's bringing BlazBlue: Central Fiction to Europe in the fourth quarter of 2016 - and it's brought a swell new trailer along to prove it. Oh, and it's also made sure to mention that the brawler will be arriving on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, much to the relief of all 12 people who are...
Developer Arc System Works has announced that BlazBlue: Central Fiction will be launching on both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 before the end of the year. However, for the moment, the developer has only given the game a vague Winter 2016 time frame for when the game will be released outside of Japan. Central Fiction was...
Extended for your pleasure
With BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend, Arc System Works' much admired 2D fighting series has arrived on the PlayStation 4, bringing its 28 characters to duke it out on Sony's newest console. Is this a good thing? In short, yes, it is. BlazBlue games are crafted with care and attention, and this pays rich dividends for...
One in Vermillion
Are you ready for Rebel One on your PlayStation 4? PQube has announced that it will be working with Arc System Works to bring the ostentatiously named BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend to Europe later this year. The game – which will also be available on the PlayStation 3 and Vita – launched in North America last month, and is...
The First Noel
How many versions of BlazBlue are there these days? We’ve given up trying to keep count, but we can confirm that an updated edition is on its way to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 next year. Revealed in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend will be an enhanced version of this year’s PS3 and...
With the surprise announcement that BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma would be available on the European PlayStation Store this week, it was met with mixed emotions due to the lack of a retail release. Fans of the franchise raised concern over what would happen to the game's promotional characters, and the answer is not great. The sequel has been...
Could you lot wear any less?
“Sir, in order to release brawler BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma on the PlayStation Vita we need to add some extra content,” one Arc System Works employee said to an upper executive. “Hmm, well what’s the best thing that you could include in a short span of time?” the boss replied. “We could kit out fan...
With BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma's PlayStation 3 release in North America last month, and the announcement of its impending arrival on the Vita overseas, it's understandable why European fans of this frantic fighting franchise have been worried by the radio silence. However, you can finally put those sleepless nights to rest, as Arc...
We learnt that fighting title BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma would be making a beeline for the PlayStation Vita earlier in the year, but unfortunately weren't given a firm release date. Luckily, Aksys Games has recently announced that the title will be hitting both stores shelves and the PlayStation Store on 24th June. Who ever said...
Burn bright, burn blue
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma is the latest game by Japanese developer Arc System Works. It’s the third title in the 2D fighting series BlazBlue, and takes place after the events of BlazBlue: Continuum Shift. The release was originally conceived as an arcade game, which deployed in late 2012. It then received a PlayStation 3...
Brawler does its best visual novel impression
While the fighting franchise BlazBlue may be best known for its eye-catching visuals and bizarre combat, it's also renowned for its crazier plot. And thanks to Aksys Games, you'll be able to delve further into this twisted and somewhat confusing world with the prequel, XBlaze Code: Embryo. Set to...
Fisticuffs and fish and chips
Arc System Works can’t seem to resist releasing multiple iterations of its fighting games, so it’s little surprise that the Guilty Gear developer has confirmed that BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma is set to combo onto the PlayStation Vita this April in Japan. Perhaps most interesting, however, is that in addition to...
European fighting fans rejoice
The fan's favourite BlazBlue is to get a European release with new characters thrown into the fold. The release will be a result of a deal between PQube and Zen United, a consortium of Japanese and Asian developers targeting the European market. It'll be localised and everything."The long running 2D fighting genre has seen a welcome boost in 2009 with updated..
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