Gearing up for a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack release on June 30th, FUNimation has announced the English dub cast for fighting game based anime BlazBlue: Alter Memory. See who's who after the jump.
Aksys Games announced release plans for BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma EXTEND, the latest update from developer Arc System Works. Due out in Japan next month, the 2D fighting action is coming to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and Xbox One in North America this summer. Hit the jump for more.
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend is coming to consoles in Japan this year, boasting a few updates like additions to the story and arcade characters Celica and Lambda-11. Those who nab first-print copies will get a rubber strap featuring a platform-specific BlazBlue character, and you can see some of the upcoming version in Arc System Works' batch of screens after the jump.
There's a brand new rhythm game in the works, known as Eat Bead Dead Spike-san (Eat Beat Mr. Dead Spike) and it's headed for a rather unlikely place: Android and iOS devices. Hit the jump to learn more!
Arc System Works announced plans to release BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma—AKA BlazyBloo: Clone Phantasma—in the North American 3DS eShop on August 21. That's just a few days away, so look for it on Thursday when it hits the store priced at $5.99. Hit the jump for more.
We recently got XBlaze Code: Embryo—a visual novel set in the BlazBlue universe—in the west, and now a sequel has been announced for Japan. XBlaze: Lost Memories is due out on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita in 2015. More after the jump.
After kicking off with the first XBlaze Code: Embryo developer diary back in June, Aksys Games is back with more. The third entry covers the Technology of Interest system, how the presentation goes beyond your average visual novel, and more after the jump.
Back in February Aksys Games announced plans to bring Arc System Works' XBlaze Code: Embryo visual novel to North America. The first in a series of developer diaries is here to shed some light on the game, with writer and executive producer Toshimichi Mori discussing its connection with BlazBlue and more after the jump.
If you've been waiting on the portable version of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, Aksys Games finally has a date for you. The Arc System Works fighter is heading to PS Vita in both retail and digital form on June 24. Read on for more.
Ragna the Bloodedge, Jin Kisaragi, and Noel Vermillion return to finish the fight against Hazama, along with a bunch of fresh faces! Blazblue: Chrono Phantasma is a stylish, exciting fighter that unfortunately hits a few snags--check out our full review after the jump!
Publisher Aksys Games is on a roll in regards to Arc System Works announcements. In addition to bringing BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma to PS Vita and PlayStation 3 in North America, Aksys announced plans to localize the developer's XBlaze Code: Embryo visual novel. Read on for more.