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  • Persona 4: Arena dev Arc System Works holding 25th anniversary event next week

    Arc System Works, creators of such games as BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, Guilty Gear and Persona 4: Arena is holding a 25th anniversary bash called Arc System Works Festival – or ‘ArcFes’ – in Yokohama, Japan. The festivities kick off May 19.

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  • Persona 4: Arena gets story teaser trailer & screens

    Persona 4: Arena developer Arc System Works has released a story teaser trailer and screens for its incoming brawler. The game is set for a May 10 release across Europe on PS3 and Xbox 360, but you can play catch up with the plot here.

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  • Persona 4 Arena Limited Edition detailed for May release

    Persona 4 Arena has been out in Japan and the US for over year, and finally it’s coming to Europe, and the limited edition has been detailed for it.

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  • Xblaze set for July release

    Arc System Works’ adenture game Xblaze is due on PlayStation 3 and Vita in Japan this July, according to Famitsu. Gematsu‘s translation reveals the names of a few characters – Kagari Touya, Es, Himezuru Hinata, Kuon Gramred Shutleheim and Amano Hokosakamei – but little else. The title was announced in early 2012 and shown at […]

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  • Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R arrives in the US this month

    Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R has a release date for Vita in North America. According to the Arc System Works Twitter account, we can expect the fighter on the PlayStation Network on April 23. Thanks, Siliconera.

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  • Arc System Works wants to make a new fighting game for PS4

    Arc System Works is planning a new fighting game for PS4. This is according to a Shoryuken translation of a Dengeki interview with BlazBlue producer Toshimichi Mori and reported by Joystiq. Shew. Here’s the quote: “We can’t give you a definite title yet, but we want to make one. We started creating BlazBlue around the […]

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  • Arc System Works discusses US branch, new titles incoming

    BlazBlue developer Arc System Works has opened a US office with a view to – and I quote – “world domination.” This involves lots of localised Japanese games and new titles as well. THe studio has shed some light on what it’s currently working on in a new interview.

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  • Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R heading westward

    Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R is heading west, according to Arc System Works. The Vita title’s impending release was outed back in January by Germany‚Äôs USK, but it’s nice to have confirmation. D’toid reports that Plus R is also still in the works for consoles. Still no word on a release date though, […]

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  • Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus to receive current arcade update

    The downloadable home version of Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus will be updated in northern spring to bring it in line with the current arcade version. Shoryuken reports the R update includes a toggle between the two versions; playable versions of Kliff and Justice for ranked matches; a +R only leaderboard; and new trophies […]

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  • BlazBlue dev reveals adventure game X Blaze, watch the trailer

    BlazBlue developer Arc System Works has unveiled an adventure game called X Blaze, along with a debut trailer. The trailer doesn’t show much, but it does feature some of the BlazBlue fighters, and some funky music that isn’t dubstep. Watch it below.

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  • BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend gets PS Vita price drop

    BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend has enjoyed a price cut on PS Vita store, along with two new screenshots to mark the occasion. Full details below.

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  • Vector Racing announced for Nintendo eShop in North America

    Vector Racing has been announced for Nintendo eShop in North America. To be published by Arc System Works, the racer with vector-style graphics is a port of the iPhone game from Sweet-Soft. It contains six vehicles, 12 courses and the modes Grand Prix, Time Trial, Single Race and a local Versus multiplayer mode. A price […]

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  • Persona 4 Arena launch trailer combines at least two forms of madness

    Persona 4 Arena arrived in the US this week and controllers everywhere are being mashed within an inch of their lives. Vicariously enjoy this glory in the trailer through the break.

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  • BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma announced, trailer shows three new fighters

    BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma has been officially announced by Ar Cystem Works, by way of an explosive debut trailer. Three new fighters can be seen among the mayhem.

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  • BlazBlue series moves 1.7 million units worldwide

    Aksys Games has announced Arc System Works’ BlazBlue series has moved over 1.7 million units worldwide. The firm said 800,000 of those copies were sold in North American. Sales include the BlazBlue titles: Calamity Trigger, Continuum Shift, Continuum Shift II, and the latest, Continuum Shift Extend. Thanks, Siliconera.

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  • Arc System Works prepping Girl of the Old School Building for 3DS eShop

    Arc System Works has completed a series of teases and countdowns by launching a site for Girl of the Old School Building. Not much is known about the game except that it’s coming to 3DS via digital distribution, according to Gematsu. Arc System Works is best known for its highly-polished fighter efforts such as Guilty […]

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  • Persona 4 Arena pre-orders net soundtrack CD

    As usual, Atlus has arranged a special bonus for North American pre-orders. Pick up Persona 4 Arena from one of 11 participating retailers to score a free soundtrack CD. The RPG spin-off fighter hits PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in early August; a European release has not been dated but is expected soon.

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  • Arc System Works are teasing something

    Arc System Works have launched a teaser site, which according to Andriasang’s sources, will be revealed on July 11. Some in the comments section on the site suggest it would be a new Guilty Gear, or the western release of Accent Core R. One user on suggests it has something to do with a haunted […]

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  • Persona 4 Arena DLC detailed for Japan

    Arc Systems Works has announced DLC for Persona 4: The Arena in Japan post-release next month. Don’t expect a massive helping, though: the DLC will contain different colour costume variations for characters, different glasses for entering the Persona world and extra menu voiceovers consisting of Mitsuru, Yosuke, Aigis, and Teddie. Thanks, Siliconera.

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  • Persona 4 Arena to feature paid DLC

    Arc System Works’ 2D fighter Persona 4 Arena will feature paid downloadable content according to a report in Weekly Famitsu.

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