FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BRISTOL (5 TH Oct 2011) Arc System Works Europe and PQube are pleased to announce a full range of brand new character colours will be available for download for Arcana Heart 3 on PlayStation® 3 and Xbox 360® from 5 th October across Europe.
The colour bundle will contain 5 brand new colours for each of the 23 characters
(Priced at: Xbox/400pts | PS3/€4.99)
Arcana Heart 3 is a hyper colourful fighter boasting the only all-girl anime fighter lineup in existence. The new Arcana Heart 3 colour package features stunning new colours for the all the Arcana Heart characters bringing a cool and refreshing look to this already stunning 2D fighter.
The Arcana Heart 3 complete colour download will be available around Europe on both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 from 5 th October. However for those who just want one or two characters, the colours for all 23 characters are available for download now in individual sets of two and three characters (Priced at: Xbox/80pts | PS3/€0.99)
For further inquires about Arcana Heart 3 DLC please contact:
Geraint Evans, Marketing Manager, Zen United
About Arc System Works Europe
Arc System Works Europe are the European publishing division of Japanese games publisher and developer, Arc System Works. ASW Europe localize and publish Arc System Work’s best games to the European market.
PQube is a publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment products. Based in the UK and Germany , PQube has direct relationships with key UK retailers and with local partners across Europe. Publishing and distributing on all key platforms, PQube is a licensed publisher of Sony and Nintendo and offers a range of traditional, digital and direct-to-consumer delivery platforms. PQube has an established team of industry professionals with a passion for the interactive entertainment business, an innovative approach to marketing and sales and a track record of success in building key franchises for its publisher and developer partners.
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.