Dragon Ball FighterZ Announced for PC, XB1 & PS4 Release Early Next Year

One of the biggest surprises during yesterday’s Xbox E3 Media Briefing was the ‘official’ unveiling of Dragon Ball FighterZ, a brand new sprite-based fighting game in development at Arc System Works, that will be published by Bandai Namco Entertainment later next year. During the Xbox Media Briefing it was unclear as to what exactly this game will contain; but now Bandai Namco Entertainment have revealed some new details about the game. Read more of this post

BlazBlue Central Fiction To Be Released on Steam Next Week

Arc System Works latest BlazBlue instalment, known as BlazBlue Central Fiction, will be making it’s way to the PC later this month. Read more of this post

BlazBlue: Central Fiction European Release Date Announced Alongside Pre-order Bonuses


PQube Games have today announced that BlazBlue: Central Fiction, the latest entry into a long-line of sprite based fighting games, will receive it’s release on the 4th November 2016 within the UK and Europe; which is just three days after the America release of 1st November 2016 which was announced by Aksys Games last week. Read more of this post

BlazBlue: Central Fiction “Azure Edition” To Be a Rice Digital Exclusive within Europe


PQube Games, have announced in partnership with the online retailer Rice Digital, that the Collector’s Edition version of Arc System Works last fighting game BlazBlue: Central Fiction – which is interestingly dubbed Azure Edition – will be exclusive to the Rice Digital store within Europe. Read more of this post

Ninja Usagimaru: The Mysterious Karakuri Castle To Recieve a Western Nintendo 3DS Release This Month


Publisher Aksys Games have recently announced that they will be releasing Arc System Works and F K Digital’s action puzzle game Ninja Usagimaru: The Mysterious Karakuri Castle onto the Nintendo 3DS within America and Europe later this month. Read more of this post

Game Review: BlazBlue: ChronoPhantasma Extend (PS Vita)

The BlazBlue franchise is one of those few games that has been ported from Japanese arcades to numerous consoles, including both handheld and PC, for many years now and so with this being said what can be expected of the latest instalment known as BlazBlue: ChronoPhantasma Extend – well let’s find out! Read more of this post

BlazBlue: ChronoPhantasma Extend European Release Date Confirmed


Publisher PQube have today confirmed that BlazBlue: ChronoPhantasma Extend will be released this week within the UK and Europe for the Xbox One, PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.

Featuring over 30 hours of visual novel gameplay, and 2D arcade-styled fighting mechanics, BlazBlue: ChronoPhantasma Extend will see the entire BlazBlue storyline played out within a single game – this time with newly crisp high definition visuals and artwork. Read more of this post

Game Review: Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden (3DS)

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Another year, another Dragon Ball game and while many may roll their eyes at another Dragon Ball Z fighting game being released onto a ‘unlikely’ platform it is a title that is worth taking an interest in; especially if you are a fan of the BlazBlue franchise or, more interestingly, a fan of the Super Famicom Butoden titles released many years ago. Read more of this post

Arcana Heart III: LOVE MAX!!! Heading to Steam This Month


Arc System Works have today announced that their sprite-based anime-styled fighting game Arcana Heart III: LOVE MAX!!! will be making its Steam debut later this month.

The game, which is due to be released on the 29th September 2015, will include everything that was found in the previously released PS3 and PS Vita versions and expanded upon with some bonus content. This means that both the story and after story campaign modes for all characters, online multiplayer battles, and time trial styled survival modes will all be left intact and ready for PC players to explore. Read more of this post

Playable Demo of Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden Released onto Nintendo 3DS eShop


Despite not being released into the UK and Europe for another two months distributor Bandai Namco Entertainment have today released a playable demo for the upcoming Arc System Works developed fighting game; Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden.

Featuring 2D Sprites and classic ‘old-skool’ fighting mechanics this playable demo of Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden will offer a fair example of what you can expect from the game when its released onto the Nintendo 3DS later this year. The demo itself features four characters; namely Goku, Gohan, Vegeta and Majin Buu, and two gameplay modes – Battle Mode and Versus Mode. Read more of this post