Check out the BlazBlue: Central Fiction Limited Edition

Written by Chad

August 26, 2016

 

So what’s inside the limited edition box?

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Aksys Games has revealed the Limited Edition pack for their upcoming BlazBlue: Central Fiction game, and it will be both available for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. According to the Official PlayStation Blog, Central Fiction will be the latest and the supposed final chapter for the BlazBlue series, and as part of their traditional release, a limited edition will be available on release day. Here are the contents for the package:

  • Deluxe Hardcover Art Book — Contains 100 pages of BlazBlue art celebrating the history of gaming’s flashiest 2D fighting series!
  • Mini Noel Vermillion Nendoroid Figure — Supervised by Toshimichi Mori and forged by the masters at Good Smile. Noel strikes an iconic pose, sure to mesmerize collectors and fans alike!
  • BlazBlue Song Interlude III Soundtrack — Ten tracks of in-game goodness bound to up your fighting drive!

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Aside from the limited edition, Aksys Games also announced that the new character Es; The Guardian of the Azure, will become available as a downloadable content and it will be free to download for two weeks at launch day.

BlazBlue: Central Fiction is expected to arrive around November

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