Taking the fight overseas
Those of you living outside of North America and Japan can still look forward to the upcoming Persona 4 Arena, as niche publisher Zen United has announced it is bringing the title to Europe this year. The fighting game spin-off – which is in development at BlazBlue studio Arc System Works – features a selection of...
Old-school anime fighting game Arcana Heart 3 will release on PlayStation 3 at the end of June, publishers Zen United and PQube has announced
The game released on the PlayStation Store in North America moments before the online service went kaput. An enormous Limited Edition will launch alongside the standard retail version in Europe. The package will include a bumper artbook, official soundtrack..
Not many people have heard of Gladiator Begins, but there's a ton of buzz surrounding the GOSHOW developed action RPG online
The game launched in Japan and North America last year, and now it's coming to European PSPs on May 27th. Zen Untied and PQube are handling the release. There's good news for those unsure about whether to purchase the game on buzz alone — a demo launched on the European PSN..
Zen United has confirmed that it's bringing Arc System Works' BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II to the PlayStation Portable in Europe later this year
The game adds a bunch of new modes and features on top of those featured in the PS3 release, including new "unlimited" fighters unlockable through the game's new shop mode. Aksys Games, the publisher responsible for North American releases of the..
European publisher, Zen United, will make the dreams of 500 BlazBlue fanatics come true this October - with an exclusive BlazBlue: Continuum Shift "Fan" Edition
If you love the game, stop reading this and click through to Zen United's website right now. That's the only place you'll get the super-special edition which is limited to 500 copies. The pack includes a 96-page art book, eight art cards,..
To be honest, if you've waited this long for BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, an extra week isn't going to hurt
We've just been informed by publishers Zen United that the UK release of the 2D-brawler has been pushed back by a week, and is now expected to land on April 2nd. We'll have a review of BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger pretty soon, so keep checking back if you're curious.
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..