Ever since the launch of the Nintendo Switch, Arc System Works has released or re-released each of their flagship series to the hybrid system. These series include BlazBlue, Guilty Gear, Under night In-Birth and Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball FighterZ. Now Chaos Code can be added to the list.
Ten short years ago, one of the industry’s latest and greatest fighting franchises debuted: BlazBlue. 2009’s BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger introduced players to fluid gameplay, an engaging storyline, and unforgettable characters. Three sequels later and the series as we knew it concluded with 2016’s BlazBlue: Central Fiction. While the release offered the climactic conclusion to the...[Read More]
Ever since the original arcade release of BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger in arcades, the series has made a name for itself as one of the industry’s latest and greatest fighting franchises. The series’ tight controls, quirky characters, and surprisingly memorable storyline have found a place in gamer’s hearts; both competitive and casual. After a total of four main games during the sp...[Read More]
With the undisclosed release date of BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle getting closer every day, Arc System Works has revealed yet another Character Introduction video. This time, they have revealed two characters who are often referred to as the “best girl” of their respective franchises. In the case that “waifu” wars aren’t your thing, the trailer also reveals perhaps the ...[Read More]
With the release of BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle‘s Character Introduction Trailer #2, we decided to take a look at the first trailer originally released last month.
When it comes to fighting games, the character roster is easily one of the most important qualities. Today Arc System Works revealed 3 more characters to appear in their cross-over fighter BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle including Rachel Alucard and Hazama from BlazBlue and Weiss Schnee from RWBY.
When announced this summer, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle excited fighting fans across the world. By bringing together some of Arc System Works best works, and even throwing RWBY into the mix, there was little doubt that this could be one of the greats. Though the hype was real, the details were somewhat sparse. This weekend, our friends at Arc System Works showed off 7 whole minutes of gameplay. I h...[Read More]