Aksys officially set a time frame for the North American release of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma. The Arc System Works fighters will be available in March 2014, and the previously revealed limited edition is now up for pre-order for $79.99. Details after the jump.
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma hits PlayStation 3 in Japan tomorrow, but it's not coming out in North America until sometime next year. That's more than enough reason to go ahead and dig into the Arc System Works fighter's anime opening, which you can see in the video after the jump.
Ahead of the game's October 24th Japanese release, Arc System Works has posted a new preview video of PlayStation3 fighting game BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma. Get a look after the jump.
Following up on previous reports, the first trailer for the forthcoming BlazBlue Alter Memory anime adaptation has been posted on the official site and confirms the opening and ending themes. Hit the jump for the new details.
Following the confirmation of the adaptation on Friday, more information on the BlazBlue anime adaptation has been confirmed after an event held on Saturday to celebrate the occasion by franchise producer Arc System Works. Hit the jump for the first information on BlazBlue Alter Memory slated for this Fall
After first being bandied about as a wish from the game's producer in 2011 and being turned into a related petition from a European publisher, it looks like fighting game BlazBlue will finally get an anime adaptation in the future. Hit the jump for the confirmation and some intro videos from past games to get a sense of what it might look like.
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma has a few fighters on time release set to unlock in the arcade fighter at a later date. Why wait, however, when you can get a look at Nu-13 and Mu-12 in the clip after the jump.
There's been a lot of BlazBlue talk lately, especially with BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma heading to arcades and PS3 in Japan. Nintendo 3DS is getting something a little lighter, though, with BlayzBloo: Clone Phantasma, a super-deformed action game due out in Japan this winter. Read on for more!
While we're on the subject of Arc System Works fighting games, the developer posted the opening movie for BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, which is on its way to arcades and PlayStation 3 in Japan. Check it out after the jump!
A couple days ago Arc System Works (Guilty Gear, Persona 4: Arena) announced the latest in their BlazBlue franchise, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma. While that makes its way to arcades this winter, this week's issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu reveals the fighter is also headed to PlayStation 3. More after the jump.
The latest addition to Arc System Works' BlazBlue series of fighters has been revealed at BlueFes 2012. Shoryuken.com reports on the new title, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, which possibly adds three new characters, updated costumes, and updates to the existing movesets. Read on for more!