Articles tagged with: BlazBlue
Arc System Works has announced that Kokonoe, a lovable cat-girl who has been popular since she was introduced in Calamity Trigger, will finally be playable in Chronophantasma.
Arc 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.
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend on the PS Vita is potentially a strong launch title for Sony’s new handheld, but are the eccentricities and complexities of the BlazBlue universe a little too much to handle for those not versed in the series?
Read on to find out if this is the beat-em-up for your portable gaming needs…
Arc System Works Europe today revealed details of an exclusive run of 200 Premium Editions for their upcoming anime fighter BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend.
PQube today announced a 22 February UK release date for BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend, meaning Arc System Works’ hardcore fighting series will be ready to bolster PS Vita’s already impressive launch line-up.
BlazBlue’s new character will beat you down with her cuteness.
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift is an updated sequel to BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, which was released over a year ago. Included in Continuum Shift are three new characters, a rebalanced roster, and added modes for beginners and advanced players.
Like Super Street Fighter IV, the latest version of BlazBlue is available at a cheaper price than its predecessor. Despite that, does Arc System Works manage to justify the existence of a sequel so soon, or is Continuum Shift just a rip off designed to take advantage of its fanbase?
A couple of months ago, BlazBlue:CS received its first downloadable character in the form of Makoto. She’s an awesome character to play as and is definitely worth the price. At the end of September, BlazBlue’s second downloadable fighter, Valkenhayn, was released on the PSN. Unsurprisingly, the DLC is once again priced at $7.99.
Don’t cry just yet. This butler is easily one of the most interesting characters in the game.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
You certainly aren’t getting ‘screwed’ by this DLC.
There will be three releases of Continuum Shift in Europe. In addition to the Standard Edition, a Limited Edition and Fan’s Edition will also be available at launch.
So far in 2010, we’ve been bombarded with several top quality games and had many interesting topics to discuss. We’ve been very lucky. July was, however, a very humdrum month. Sure, it’s normally dead the month after E3, but we were still looking out for the big releases, but sadly they never came.
Still, we found just enough to keep us interested during the mid-summer shutdown. We digested PlayStation Plus, got to grips with the Medal of Honor Beta and explored Hulu Plus. There were even a few new games announced that left us excited – not to mention an obscene amount of beat ‘em up news. There was also a big announcement here at PS3 Attitude. Here’s the review of the month…
Makoto, your ears are so fluffy!
Fans of furries are going to love Makoto…
It has just been announced that BlazBlue: Continuum Shift, the sequel to the acclaimed 2D fighter BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, will finally be coming to Europe in October.
Hands off the panda!
Aksys Games has teamed up with MadCatz to provide a Limited Edition FightStick for BlazBlue: Continuum Shift.
Every major fighting game released this generation has an online feature with the exception of Virtua Fighter 5 on the PS3. Two player battles are pretty much guaranteed and that’s really all you get. Even if a game has multiple modes to play, they won’t be online enabled.
With the recent resurgence of the fighting game genre, one would think that an online training mode would have been done by now.
Warmly received by both critics and fans alike over in NA and described as “a game that every self-respecting console fighting fan should play”,PQube have announced that they will publish Arc Work’s 2-D fighter BlazBlue across Europe in early 2010.
Localised into English, German, French, Italian and Spanish, the European version will also feature additional content from character strategy guides, the music soundtrack from the sold-out US Limited Edition along with exclusivegameplay content such as new characters and moves.