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  • Swords & Darkness is a retro-styled action-RPG from Arc System Works hitting Japan this winter

    Swords & Darkness is a retro-styled, action-RPG for 3DS coming from Arc System Works. The side-scroller has extra elements to it, such as the ability to block with a shield and also perform some chain moves. Players will be able to level up, change equipment and and learn news moves, much like a typical RPG. […]

  • Blazblue: Chrono Phantasma headlines Arc System Works' TGS 2013 lineup

    Arc System Works as revealed the games it will be showing at Tokyo Games Show this year and if you like handheld games, you’re in for a treat. Check out the list after the break.

  • Home Town Story dev working on Tokyo Majin Gakuen spin-off for PS3, Vita

    Toybox, the studio led by Harvest Moon creator Yasuhiro Wada, has teamed up with one of the chief creatives behind Deadly Premonition and the creator of Tokyo Majin Gakuen for a new adventure RPG.

  • Stardust Amazoness is new 3DS dungeon crawler from BlazBlue team

    Stardust Amazoness is the latest game from BlazBlue team Arc System Works. The 3DS dungeon crawler was outed in the pages of this week’s Famitsu.

  • Persona 4 Arena update announced, adds Persona 3's Yukari and Junpei

    Although we don’t yet know if it’s a whole new game or an updated version of the first fighter, a new Persona 4 Arena title is in the works.

  • Chaos Code headed west via PlayStation Network

    Arc System Works-published fighter Chaos Code is heading west via the PlayStation Network.

  • BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma gets PS3 roster trailer

    BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma has received a new PS3 roster trailer, care of Arc System Works. The clip shows of new and returning fighters entering the fray when the game hits Sony’s console across Japan on October 24. BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma will arrive in North American in 2014.

  • Guilty Gear Xrd - SIGN uses Unreal Engine 3

    Arc System Works has signed a deal to use Unreal Engine 3 for its new Guilty Gear game titled Guilty Gear Xrd –SIGN. The Guilty Gear series also recently celebrated its 15th anniversary, and it’s the first game in the series to use URE3. Get a glimpse of the game below in action, again. The […]

  • BlazBlue anime series 'Alter Memory' announced, starts Autumn

    BlazBlue is being transformed into an anime series called ‘BlazBlue: Alter Memory’. It’ll begin in Autumn, although it’s not yet clear which networks will support it, or if it’ll purely be an online endeavour.

  • Are you ready for Guilty Gear Xrd?

    As revealed in a bright and flashy new video, Arc System Works are hard at work developing Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-. With metal music a’rocking and pushing the power of the Unreal Engine, the game-play certainly looks to be an excellent continuation of their fighting classic.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 […]

  • 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.

  • 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 […]

  • 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.

  • 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’s 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, […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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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