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BlazBlue: Central Fiction, released in Japan as BlazBlue: Centralfiction, is a 2-D fighting video game developed by Arc System Works. It is the fourth game in the BlazBlue series, and is set after the events of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma. It is also the final game with Ragna as the main protagonist.[2] and serves as the conclusion of the C-Series that began in Calamity Trigger.

A Nintendo Switch release called BlazBlue: Centralfiction - Special Edition was released digitally on February 7, 2019, on Nintendo's eShop. It has also been released physically in Europe[19] and in Japan, but not in North America besides a limited release by Limited Run Games in 2022.[20] This version has every character including the PlayStation console added characters and the DLC character, Jubei.

Even without all the extra characters and costume variants afforded by the various updates and DLC released over the years, Centralfiction is a staggeringly vast package. Unlike many other fighters, which simply use their own respective arcade mode as a rudimentary story mode, Arc System Works' latest mainline effort boasts a fully-voiced and fully-animated story that brings the current Ragna-focused saga to a close. New players might struggle to follow what's going on, but if you've been invested in this multi-layered story previously, Centralfiction has plenty of pay-off (even if most of it is nonsense). It's hard to know where the series will go next, but it's a fine narrative sendoff, nonetheless.

BlazBlue Centralfiction Special Edition may be a few years late to Nintendo Switch, but that time hasn't dulled the sharpness of its 2D fighting package. Not only does it give the Ragna saga a proper send-off with a story mode that's so rich in character development it could be a full anime season in its own right, but it offers a staggering number of modes to keep you playing long after the credits roll. It runs silky-smooth docked or in handheld modes and runs like a dream online. The lack of an English dub still rankles, and new adopters are going to have to do a lot of research to understand what's going on, but it's well worth the effort.

In a Japanese press release, BlazBlue developer Arc System Works noted how the number of Centralfiction players on Steam greatly increased since the start of the Rollback Netcode beta in December 2021. Arc System Works also confirmed there have never been as many active BlazBlue Centralfiction players on Steam as now.

The Rollback Netcode update for BlazBlue Centralfiction will launch on February 1, 2022, at "around" 17:00 JST, 3 AM EST, midnight PST. Click here for a countdown. The Japanese press release also specified this will mark the end of the Rollback Beta.

Right now, BlazBlue Centralfiction is 50% off on Steam, until February 3, 2022. All of the BlazBlue series is also on sale too. Personally speaking, I believe BlazBlue has an incredible story, so I'd definitely recommend plunging into it. You should never underestimate a fighting game's storytelling potential.

Arc System Works just added Baiken to Guity Gear Strive and there's still one more character in the game's first season pass. Who do you think it'll be Are you looking forward to KOF XV Are you a veteran BlazBlue player or did you pick up Centralfiction for the first time after playing Strive Tell us in the comments!

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Centralfiction is the biggest BlazBlue game yet, offering a massive roster of 36 characters, and a wealth of game modes and storytelling! Almost every past BB character is included in Centralfiction, and of course, there are a few new ones joining the ranks!

BlazBlue: Central Fiction (also known as BlazBlue: Centralfiction) is a 2D sci-fi fantasy fighting game developed and released by Arc System Works for arcades (digitally via the NESiCAxLive service for PC-based Taito Type X hardware) in Japan on November 19, 2015. 59ce067264


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