Many BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger fans would not disagree. That game is a work of art. And a work of art deserves one thing: an art show.
North American fans of the two-dimensional fighting game will get their fisticuffs fix with the release of BlazBlue: Continuum Shift on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this summer, the follow up to last year's BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger.
Arc System Works' BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger is getting downsized for a release on the PSP next year and Famitsu.com has first shots of game in lower resolution action.
Guilty Gear creators Arc System Works achieved some enjoyable level of success with a new fighting game property, BlazBlue. One of the loudest complaints was the comparatively slim roster. Good news about that, courtesy of the newest issue of Famitsu.
In Japan, voice actresses aren't just voice actresses. They're voice actress idols. Take Chiaki Takahashi — she's in a candy-coated pop band and poses for pin-up pics.
European fighter fans who haven't already imported Arc System Works' BlazBlue will be rewarded for their patience early next year, with exclusive characters and moves only available in the European release.
Guilty Gear creators Arc System Works have, after churning out sequel after confusingly titled sequel to the fighting franchise they're best known for, started fresh with BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, a 2D fighting game that's wholly original.
Thank God it's Friday. This has been a hell of a week, one I hope to forget with the help of thousands of Terran Marines dying at the claws of my Zerg swarm in a few games of StarCraft.
Most of my weekend will be spent playing a little real-life Tetris, as I attempt to find open slots for all the boxes, furniture and knickknacks still in boxes from the Kotaku Towers West relocation endeavor.
Thanks to Sony's Remote Play technology, PlayStation 3 owners will be able to play Arc System Works and Aksys Games' BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger on their PSPs. Which is awesome.
Japanese 2D fighter BlazBlue - the spiritual successor to Guilty Gear - isn't the most likely subject for an American fashion brand collabo, sure, but a fashion brand collabo is what the game is getting.
A bevy of BlazBlue screenshots accompany the announcement that Aksys game is bringing the spiritual successor to Guilty Gear to the states this summer.