Play-Asia Announces English Subs for Caladrius Blaze in June

Friday, April 22nd, 2016

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Play-Asia has posted a press release that bullet-hell moe-girl shmup Caladrius Blaze for PlayStation 4 will be receiving an English Sub version released in June.

Play-Asia has posted this to their website:

Get excited because after a long wait Moss are bringing Caladrius to the PS4, with ENGLISH SUBTITLES! Along with fantastic art and cutscenes to accompany the adrenaline inducing gameplay this critically acclaimed shooter is receiving an update, rocketing it onto the must-have list for any PS4 owner with a love for bullet hell shooters!

Featuring many of the weapon styles you’re used to in Shoot ‘Em Ups, Caladrius Blaze retains the gameplay of the original keeping mechanics like the ‘Element Shoot System’ – a special attack that makes each character unique – intact. ‘Elemental Shots’, which can be either defensively or offensively, will also retained along with the resource management system ‘Element Gauge’.

We’ve come to expect excellence across the board from a Moss title, and Caladrius Blaze takes the original title and doesn’t disappoint! The fantastic Suzuhito Yasuda, the artist behind Caladrius (360), Durarara!!, and Devil Survivor, has contributed extra content in the form of new artwork, stages, characters, bosses, and characters!

Some might say putting it on the region-free PS4 with English text is one of the best upgrades yet!

Caladrius Blaze is coming to PlayStation 4 in June. You can pre-order the English version at Play-Asia.




  • Dgnfly

    Awesome, seems i gotta add this to my import list. Now if they only would english sub games like bullet girls i’d be very happy, but general its nice to see more japan only games getting english subs.

    • blackice85

      Bullet Girls looked fun too, but doesn’t seem to be much hope there I’m afraid.

    • Dgnfly

      The good thing is bullet girls doesen’t need much translating there are online guides and not much dialogue. i own the first game but is kidna short so waiting a while before importing the 2nd game.

    • blackice85

      That so? I might give it a shot then. I’d love it if I could actually learn the language, but I’ve been pretty terrible at it thus far.

    • Dgnfly

      Here is a walkthrough of what kinda missions and the other crap that goes along with it. https://akose.wordpress.com/2014/08/28/bullet-girls-guide-overview/
      its for the first game but i think the 2nd one is kinda the same.

      And here if you still wanna get into the learning japanese bit its old but its still valid so atleast you’ll pick up some words and sentences. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4a5kYYcnEKw&list=PL97F8C94FBEBC24A6

      I’m no star in japanese myself. but atleast your trying so thats more then some ppl do, and the narrowminded ppl that dismiss it.

      Have fun!

    • blackice85

      That’ll be helpful, thanks =)

  • Mr0303

    Looks great, but I suck at bullet hell games. I’ll put it on the “maybe” list.

    • Dgnfly

      I’m not great at fighting games but i still buy em cause the characters for fighting games look interesting. seriously the 1 genre of gaming i wish i was good at. but i got money to spend anyway and bullet shooters are great to pass a bit of time.