For release Friday 16th April 2010
Bristol, UK ( 16th April 2010) Zen United are pleased to announce that, following the success of BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger on consoles, the acclaimed 2D fighter will be available for the PSP® (PlayStation® Portable) and PC platforms in the UK and Europe this June.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, currently available on XBOX 360™ and PLAYSTATION®3 is a high octane 2D fighter developed by Arc System Works, creators of the Guilty Gear franchise, and has won international critical acclaim for its stunning visuals and accessible but deep fighting system– bringing fighting game enthusiasts and novices together in a game IGN voted‘Best Fighting Game Of The Year’.
‘The reception BlazBlue has received from both the media and gamers is incredible’ says Tomo Ohno, CEO of Zen United.‘We’re delighted that BlazBlue has been recognized internationally, as one of the most exciting things to happen to fighting games in recent years. We’re delighted to be able to share the experience with PC and PSP users in the UK and around Europe.’
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger on PC will share all the features of its console counterparts. PC and 360 gamers will have the added bonus of being able to fight it out against each other in online battles.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Portable has been painstakingly recreated for PSP, retaining every character, frame of animation and all the modes of the home console versions. In addition, two new modes,‘Shop’ and‘Legion’ will be included. Shop will allow players to unlock exclusive bonuses like characters and illustrations, while Legion offers a single-player strategy game, which sees you building an army of BlazBlue characters in order to capture territory against the enemy.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger will be available on PC and PSP in June 2010.
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About Zen United
Zen United is a consortium of Japanese and Asian game developers targeting European Markets. Zen United provide international business development and 'culturisation' (localisation + naturalisation) services to independent, high quality, long standing studios to establish foundations for European business and a pipeline to collect feedback from European markets.