It feels like only yesterday we were happily discussing who was being added to BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle as the fifth block (You can check out that over here) Now we know it’s Arcana Heart and there will be a … Continue reading Who is the 6th block in BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle?
Arc System Works have been tight-lipped about which franchise will be joining in the fray and as we wait with bated breath to find out who will be mixing it up with RWBY, BlazBlue, Persona 4 Arena and Under Night In-Birth … Continue reading Who is the 5th block in BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle?
There’s a first time for everything and here we are! The first Early Bird review! These are classic style reviews where the code has been provided before launch (in this case the game is launching Friday 22nd June – TODAY when this is posted!) so read on and see if its worth your money and time! Don’t be worried about collusion I don’t work for any publisher or developer unless the public sector decides they are drastically shifting their plans in future… On paper this games concept still baffles me. Take a 2D fighter that’s had four instances now and … Continue reading BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle – PS4
So you’ve finished playing the beta (click here for my take on it)and want more but you’re not sure what to do with yourself. We’ve all been there (I know I have previously) but it’s ok I’m here to help! There’s plenty of options so lets rock! Play BlazBlue: Central Fiction on PS4 Playing the previous BlazBlue is a fairly obvious start but it’s often overlooked which is a shame as the game is enormous. If your on a budget and want a blisteringly fast paced 2D anime fighter that will last for single player modes and options, you can’t go wrong … Continue reading What to do if your craving BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle
Here we are at last. What is set to be the last BlazBlue in a long series of confusingly named titles with fantastic 2D anime fighting prowess. I still remember nearly breaking my thumbs playing the original on the Xbox360. Calamity Trigger was not to be taken lightly. Then followed the 3 other titles with additional releases for extras, artwork and DLC. It started to become common to have a release followed a year later by an ‘extend’ edition which also ended up heavily discounted when the next title came along. I’ve played them all but lost track of the story … Continue reading BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle – Exp Ops