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The Wheel of Fate is turning with BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma

Submitted by on Monday, 6 August 2012No Comment

blazbluechronophantasma logo 300x152 The Wheel of Fate is turning with BlazBlue: Chrono PhantasmaArc System Works has announced BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, the latest instalment in the hugely popular 2D fighting series.

The story will continue from where Continuum Shift left off but have the developers, Arc System Works, done enough to entice you to visit the world of Ragna and co. again? Read on to decide.

The last game in the series was BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend which didn’t do much to quell the needs of the BlazBlue community as it did not differ much from Continuum Shift. Arc System Works seems to have gotten the memo and are now working on a new, full-blown sequel that should offer more than any previous BlazBlue game.

There will be several new additions to the upcoming instalment which include:

  • Three new characters – Amane Nishiki, Bullet and Azreal
  • New and upgraded stages
  • A soundtrack featuring new and updated music
  • New skills to utilise in battle

And certainly more to follow!

Has the information above sold you? If not, have a look at the artistic announcement trailer below:

It will be released first in Japanese arcades this Winter with PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions to follow. Hopefully PQube will once again be bringing it to Europe as they have done with the previous titles, though we’re sure they’d love to bring us a new BlazBlue game.

Will you be buying Chrono Phantasma? Whatever your thoughts are, let us know in the usual place below.