With one of its major IPs drawing to a close, the master fighting game maker is looking to something new.
When I was a kid in the days of the original Street Fighter II, the plots in fighting games consisted of the instruction manual, the before battle/after battle one-liners, and a single picture at the end of the game—if that. Even then I wished for meatier plots in fighters; and over the years my wish has been…
We're coming up on Evo, the biggest fighting game tournament in America. It will run Friday to Sunday from Las Vegas and be streamed online for the world to see. It'll be the biggest Evo yet. But maybe you aren't prepared—there are eight completely different games at this one event, after all, and what makes them…
BlazBlue is a fighting game series with a complex plot and many interesting characters. Late last year, the BlazBlue story was adapted into an anime—poorly. But the anime was not the only adaptation to come out recently; a live-action play ran this past weekend in Tokyo. It was excellent.
"We don't have any information on the Xbox One hardware," BlazBlue producer Toshimichi Mori told Siliconera. "I'm curious if Xbox One will even come out in Japan. I've been asking people about it and not one person has given me a definitive answer."
This past fall the fighting game series BlazBlue got its first anime adaptation. The games are well known for having excellent fighting mechanics as well as a lot of lore and an interesting story that is explored as you play the series. Unfortunately, all this does not translate well to an animated format.
BlazBlue, the popular fighting game series by Arc System Works, is coming to the stage as Live Act BlazBlue ~Continuum Shift~.
Undoubtedly, there are fans who are ecstatic to hear that Killer Instinct, the classic fighting game that came in a snazzy black cartridge back in the early 90's, is going to come back. But when the game was announced earlier this year, there also seemed to be an air of bewilderment about its revival—loved as it may…
As we continue through October, we have come to the end of the summer season and are beginning the fall one. But with 49 new anime in the pipeline, how do you know which ones to watch? Check out the trailers and brief blurbs about each to see which of them catches your interest.
Arc System Works is well known for their fighting game series – in particular, the Guilty Gear series and the BlazBlue series. Now, they're releasing a new adventure game that is linked to the BlazBlue games.
BlazBlue is a great fighting game. It's not only fun to play, but it's also filled with cool characters. Know what that means?
Dubbed the "Wristunder" (geddit? GEDDIT?), the special panties were invented by Chiaki Takahashi, the voice actress who brings life to video characters in The Idolmaster, BlazBlue and many more.
Surprisingly, blood suckers aren't as common in video games as you might expect. They might appear as a generic type of enemy, and of course there are a few of them in the Castlevania series. We collected some of these vampires, paying attention to leave out those who like to carry people on their backs.
Arc System Works, the folks behind fighting series BlazBlue, are doing another cute reworking of the universe.
It's called BlayzeBloo: Clone Phantasma and is slated for a winter download release in Japan on the 3DS. Clone Phantasma is an action game, and it features ten characters, seven stages, a story mode, and…
Heads up fighter fans! BLAZBLUE CHRONOPHANTASMA (their caps, not mine) hits Japanese arcades on Nov. 21, says 4Gamer.
Arc System Works is famous for fighting games like Guilty Gear and BlazBlue. This is not Guilty Gear. It's not BlazBlue. It's Tottemo E Mahjong for the PS Vita. No, really.
Here's the latest entry in the BlazBlue fighting game series. It's called BlazBlue: Chronophantasma and features new characters Amane Nishiki, Bullet, and Azrael as well as new moves for your favorite BlazBlue characters.