Brilliant fighting game, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma hits up the PS3 tomorrow in Japan but that hasn’t stopped developer, Arc System Works, from showing the awesome anime style cinematic opening to the game. Word to the wise: it’ll make your eyeballs bleed!
Developer Arc System Works have taken the covers of their line up of games at next week’s Tokyo Game Show and there are some fantastic games in there. All the games will be in playable form with the exception of Totterno E Mahjong Plus.
Developer Arc System Works are busy preparing a cool little app for PS Vita owners and best of all, it’s free. The app is called NAX Music Player which will locate and play MP3 tracks you have saved on your memory card.
But it does so much more, the app will analyze music in real time allowing the built in visualisers to play different wave forms depending on what’s playing. NAX will also be able to determine the BPM, or Beats Per Minute, of the track being played as well.
Via DLC, you’ll be able to obtain some dancers and more visualisers however the app itself is free of charge. Arc System Works have confirmed that the music player will be released during the Fall this year, catch some footage of the app below.
We’ve only just finished posting about BlazBlue Chrono Phantasma receiving it’s very own arcade cabinet now Ar System Works keeps the ball rolling with the announcement that the same game will be coming to the PS3.
The port was mentioned by Famitsu Weekly and doesn’t have a release date as yet, the PS3 release schedule merely says TBA but it should be a Winter release.
There is no mention of an Xbox 360 release but we’ll keep you posted.
Famitsu today confirmed that the long running Jake Hunter will be making an appearance on the 3DS this year. Jake Hunter: Rondo of Revenge will be hitting store shelves in Japan on June 28th.
For those in the dark, the Jake Hunter adventures date back to the original Famitsu days where he featured in more than a dozen games. The latest reinvention is being handled by developer, Arc System Works, which is bringing Jake Hunter Detective Story: Memories of the Past to the handheld.
If this game is sort of your thing, give it a look, sounds pretty cool if you ask us.