Everything we know about BlazBlue: Central Fiction is added in this review including its story, gameplay, release date, trailers & walkthroughs:

BlazBlue: Central Fiction is a 2-D fighting game that is developed by Arc System Works. The game is the fourth installment in the BlazBlue game series. BlazBlue: Central Fiction is set after the events that took place in BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma. The game is the final installment in the series with Ragna as the playable character.

The BlazBlue story is built up over a decade & has featured 30 characters & 60 stages that also includes the already released DLC fighters.

We have added everything we know in BlazBlue: Central Fiction review including its story, gameplay, release date, trailers & walkthroughs.

BlazBlue: Central Fiction Story:

The game story starts & shows that the man wakes up & has forgotten everything. He does not remember his name, or who he is or what he is doing in that place. He has completely lost his memory. He travels to the 13th Hierarchical City of Kagutsuchi & thinks as if he is being led to the city by something or someone not knowing why.

He believes that a large number soldiers are after him & pursuing him. With that kind of thinking he travels to the inner most part of the 13th Hierarchical City of Kagutsuchi, to the place called the Kiln.

BlazBlue: Central Fiction Gameplay:

The game also has several new mechanics compared to the previous game’s installments.

One of the important attack is called the Exceed Accel: A kind of Distortion Drive, which is performed either by pressing the buttons A+B+C+D in Overdrive or either holding the buttons A+B+C+D after Overdrive is activated. The attack begins when you perform a specific attack in their move set & once it connects the whole of the background shatters away into the Overdrive background effect when the attack is performed. This attack provides huge damage, but ends Overdrive. When you Finish off an opponent with this attack then it counts as an Overdrive Finish.

Other most important trick is called the Active Flow: When a character fights aggressively he goes into an Active Flow that helps to boosts damage & recovery of the Burst Gauge. When a character enters into the Active Flow, their emblem on the health bar glows purple pink as the announcer yells out “Active Flow”. Exceed Accel & Active Flow are both important tricks of the game.

Key Features of BlazBlue: Central Fiction:

  • Developer: Arc System Works
  • Publishers: JP: Arc System Works, NA: Aksys Games, EU: PQube
  • Series: BlazBlue
  • Platforms: PS3, PS4, PC Windows & Nintendo Switch
  • Release Date: PS3, PS4: October 6, 2016; PC Windows: April 26, 2017; Nintendo Switch: February 7, 2019
  • Genre: Fighting
  • Mode: Single-player, multiplayer


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