Aksys Games has announced that BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend will be getting a localization on PS3, PS4, Xbox One, and Vita this summer.
Can't keep track of BlazBlue's updates and sequels? The "Extend" is q... read
The BlazBlue franchise continues to diversify its portfolio. Whether it be a mobile rhythm game or a visual novel, the series has grown from its fight-game roots.
With BlazBlue: Battle Cards, that trend continues -- but only... read
Xblaze Lost: Memories is coming west this summer, Aksys Games just announced.
The "RPG-style" visual novel is the follow-up to XBlaze Code: Embryo, which Aksys localized for western audiences last spring. This PS3 a... read
"This isn't the BlazBlue game you're looking for," he persuades you with a small wave of the hand.
Okay, maybe it is. Maybe you're in the market for a "gluttonous" rhythm game where you "eat to the beat of BlazBlue." In that ... read
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend is heading to Steam next month, H2 Interactive has announced. It will feature both online and local multiplayer as well as English, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese language options.
The pulbishe... read
Arc System Works has been fairly faithful in bringing its BlazBlue games to the West. One game in particular that hasn't been localized, however, is BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma, released in 2012 on the Japanese eShop for Ninten... read
The grand finals and other notable moments And just like that, another EVO has come and gone. What a weekend.
Despite not playing fighting games much myself, I'll never miss watching the year's big tournament. The audience's energy, the drama that unfolds on stage -- ... read feature
If you like card games get your iPad and iPhone ready -- Aksys Games has announced that they will localize the BlazBlue card battler, appropriately named BlazBlue: Battle Cards. It's developed by Alliance Digital Media, ... read
Can't get enough BlazBlue? Check out XBlaze Code: Embryo, something completely different. Arc System Works' visual novel follows Touya Kagari as he finds himself entangled within a network of secretive organizations and a gag... read
I had a pretty nice EVO 2013 at the live streaming get together we here are Destructoid threw in a San Francisco bar. Meanwhile, contestants (as opposed to us novice drunks) are in store for an even nicer EVO 2014 as Arc... read
Have you ever wondered what BlazBlue would be like if Arc System Works removed all the fighting game bits? Probably not. But, on the off chance you're interested in finding out, the brand-new demo for XBlaze: ... read
XBlaze Code: Embryo, a visual novel set in the BlazBlue universe, is coming to North America for both PlayStation 3 and Vita on June 24. Until then, Asksys Games is hoping to whet your appetite with a demo version. That'll be... read
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma has arrived on the PlayStation 3, but we were waiting on a Vita release date for what seems like forever. Until this week that is, when publisher Aksys Games announced that the Vita port will arrive... read
The Wheel of Fate keeps on turning
If the pacing of Street Fighter was baseball, and Marvel vs Capcom 3 was basketball, BlazBlue would be a free-for-all cage match match between two over-caffeinated nine-year-olds.
And I mean this in the most endearing way possible. read feature
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma is now shipping across the US, but the PSN version doesn't drop until April 1st. If you're willing to wait until then you can take advantage of their pre-order offer, where you can get Kokonoe (a D... read
The blaznew BlazBlue, Chrono Phantasma, is coming to PS3 in North America this March. Aksys has also confirmed the Vita port will be coming stateside as well sometime this summer.
The Vita version will feature an additi... read
XBlaze Code: Embryo is a visual novel set 200 years before the events of BlazBlue.
XBlaze tells the story of Touya Kagari, a mostly unremarkable high school sophomore with a remarkable past, and his transformation fro... read
Last month's release of Guilty Gear Isuka on Steam has fans of ARC System Works' fighting games hoping that more of their titles might make it to the platform in future, and a campaign has developed to encourage publishe... read
Ready for BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma? Well you may want to go all out with the Limited Edition set to include a bunch of extra goodies. You'll get a 40-page full color artbook, a soundtrack by famed musician Daisuke Ishiwatar... read
Atlus isn't the only company ringing in the start of a new school year. Aksys Games is also so pleased that all the little brats are sweating in a classroom where they belong that it decided to place a number of games on the ... read
[Update: Aksys Games has confirmed at E3 that BlazBlue Chronophantasma will be released in the US next year.]
BlazBlue Chronophantasma is coming to the PS3 later this year in Japan, and Arc System Works has another trailer t... read
BlazBlue Chronophantasma, the next entry in the BlazBlue franchise, is hitting Japan later this year. In order to get people sufficiently pumped, a new gameplay trailer has surfaced with that classic rock feel we'd expect fr... read
Want a new BlazBlue game? Well too bad! Settle for this anime adaptation instead. Animation studio teamKG and Hoods Entertainment are behind BlazBlue Alter Memory, set to air this Summer. Gundam 00's Seiji Mizushima is direct... read
Have you played Sleeping Dogs yet? If not what the hell is wrong with you? It's an amazing game, and you really have no excuse. Especially those of you with PlayStation Plus membership as it's about to become available for fr... read
Arc System Works has their sights set on the PlayStation 4 as the platform to debut another new fighting series to the world, according to a Shoryuken-translated Dengeki interview with BlazBlue producer Toshimichi Mori. ... read
Some time ago, Jonathan Holmes reviewed BlayzBloo: Super Melee Brawlers Battle Royale. It was a pretty quaint release that was forgotten almost immediately.
But now, it looks like a full sequel is upon us, ready to grace the... read
At the recent Tamashii Nations exhibition in Japan, Bandai has been showing off a ton of sweet new game-themed figurines as part of its D-Arts and Figuarts ZERO lines.
We start with some Guilty Gear action in the form of D-Ar... read
Developer Arc System Works has announced BlazBlue Chrono Phantasma, the latest entry to the BlazBlue series. The sequel will feature new backgrounds, new music, new skills for past characters, and three brand new characters:... read