FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BRISTOL (16th August 2010) Arc System Works and Zen United are pleased to announce that the PC version of BlazBlue Calamity Trigger will be available to buy across the UK and Europe on Friday the 20th of August.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger is the first instalment of the critically acclaimed BlazBlue fighting series. Winning accolades from the press around the world, BlazBlue has won legions of fans for its beautiful and distinctive 2D art style, its diverse character roster and innovative fighting system. Against stiff opposition IGN voted it Best Fighting Game of the Year in 2009.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger delivers all the features of its console counterparts including;
- <*>Stunning 2D HD visuals and fluid animation– for a fighting experience like no other.*> <*>Diverse and distinctive character roster where no two characters play alike.*> <*>Extensive Story Mode with anime from renowned Japanese studio, Gonzo.*> <*>Unique fighting system that’s accessible to both novice and veteran fighting fans.*> <*>All the original DLC content, including Unlimited Characters and Costume Colours available on 360 and PS3 is on the disk.*>
PLUS: For the first time in a fighting game, PC players will be able to fight against 360 owners via Xbox Live. Join the fight with a well established and thriving community!
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger for PC will be available on Friday the 20th of August in the UK.
For more information on BlazBlue head to blazbluegame.com, join our ever growing community on Facebook/BlazBlue or keep up with our regular news on Twitter/@BlazBlue_Europe.
For further inquires about BlazBlue please contact:
Geraint Evans, Marketing Manager, Zen United - email@example.com
About Zen United
Zen United is a Production Company and consortium of Japanese and Asian game developers targeting European Markets. Zen United provide international business development and 'culturisation' (localisation + naturalisation) services.
About Arc System Works
Arc System Works is a developer and fighting game specialist from Japan– best known for the Guilty Gear and, more recently, BlazBlue series - which has garnered international critical acclaim for its innovative fighting system and spectacular 2D artwork.