Back in May Aksys Games announced plans to bring BlazBlue: Central Fiction to PlayStation 3 and 4 in North America this winter, and publisher PQube's European launch is set for Q4 2016. Before all that it's scheduled to launch in Japan on October 6, and Arc System Works is here with the first Japanese console trailer after the jump.
Aksys Games announced plans to bring BlazBlue: Central Fiction to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in North America, with the Arc System Works fighter currently set for a winter launch. Central Fiction has over 33 fighters on the roster, and Aksys has both a physical and digital release planned. Hit the jump for more.
A couple days ago we posted about Konoe A. Mercury, AKA Nine, finally joining the roster of a BlazBlue fighter as a playable character. BlazBlue: Centralfiction is now out in Japanese arcades, and Arc System Works has a new trailer that shows Nine in action after the jump.
Konoe A. Mercury, AKA Nine, has been making non-playable appearances in the BlazBlue series since the beginning, but that's about to change. According to the latest issue of Famitsu magazine, Nine will be playable for the first time in BlazBlue: Centralfiction. Hit the jump for more.
BlazBlue: Central Fiction makes its debut in Japanese arcades later this month, so Arc System Works is here to show off the fighter's opening movie. See the roster along with footage of matches and story scenes, all set to Daisuke Ishiwatari's shredding, below.