XBlaze Lost: Memories Releasing this Summer

Thursday, February 26th, 2015

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Aksys Games has announced via press release that XBlaze Lost: Memories is releasing this summer. This a follow up to XBlaze Code: Embryo that released a while ago on the PS3 and PlayStation Vita. For those not in the know XBlaze Code: Embryo is a visual novel set in the BlazBlue Universe.

Here are some features of XBlaze Lost: Memories straight from the press release:

XBlaze Lost: Memories Features:

  • The Best of Both WorldsXBlaze Lost: Memories is a RPG-style, visual novel game. Combining 2D dungeon exploration with traditional visual novel game, the player will experience not just one but two types of game play in one game!
  • 8-bit Retro Fun! – Cute chibi-fied sprites are back! Roam around an alternate world and collect “Memory Fragments”, crystallized memories that tell the story of a mysterious unknown person!
  • Diverging StoriesXBlaze Lost: Memories offers several routes and multiple endings so each player will be leading their own story! Unexpected twists and turns allow players to experience hours of compelling gameplay.

In addition to all of these features it also has a comprehensive review of the first game, but you will likely want to play it first to get the most out of this. XBlaze Lost: Memories will release sometime in the summer for both the PlayStation 3 and Vita consoles.




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