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The newest installment of the Blazblue series, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, will arrive in North America March 14 alongside an $80 limited edition version, publisher Aksys Games announced.

The limited edition will come with a 40-page art book, an official soundtrack CD, a Rachel Alucard Nendoroid figurine, a reference poster that lists all of BlazBlue’s battlers and their fighting moves, and a special features Blu-ray featuring interviews with creator Toshimichi Mori.

Chrono: Phantasma, the third full entry in the BlazBlue series following 2010’s Continuum Shift, adds four new characters—Bullet, Azrael, Amane Nishiki, and Izayoi—the “Overdrive” mechanic, which replaces Gold Bursts from Continuum Shift, and also eliminates Guard Primers and changes Guard Crush to “Crush Trigger.”

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma launches exclusively for the PlayStation 3 March 14 in North America.

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma and Limited Edition Hitting North America March 14

By | 11/6/2013 01:30 PM PT

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The newest installment of the Blazblue series, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, will arrive in North America March 14 alongside an $80 limited edition version, publisher Aksys Games announced.

The limited edition will come with a 40-page art book, an official soundtrack CD, a Rachel Alucard Nendoroid figurine, a reference poster that lists all of BlazBlue’s battlers and their fighting moves, and a special features Blu-ray featuring interviews with creator Toshimichi Mori.

Chrono: Phantasma, the third full entry in the BlazBlue series following 2010’s Continuum Shift, adds four new characters—Bullet, Azrael, Amane Nishiki, and Izayoi—the “Overdrive” mechanic, which replaces Gold Bursts from Continuum Shift, and also eliminates Guard Primers and changes Guard Crush to “Crush Trigger.”

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma launches exclusively for the PlayStation 3 March 14 in North America.

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