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Physical copies of the fan-favorite anime fighter BlazBlue: Central Fiction for PlayStation 4 will return for a limited time and in limited quantities at the Aksys Store and select retailers.

Developed by Arc System Works, the fourth entry in the storied BlazBlue franchise has been a featured title at EVO and is a perennial favorite at fighting game tournaments worldwide. Set after the events of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, Central Fiction introduces the playable appearances of Hibiki Kohaku, Naoto Kurogane, Nine the Phantom, Hades Izanami, Es, Susanoo, Mai Natsume and Jubei, and is the final chapter of Ragna’s story that began in Calamity Trigger.

April 24-26 is also the World Serpent Championship, the first major global online Central Fiction tournament. Proceeds will go to GlobalGiving in support of their fight against COVID-19.

BlazBlue: Central Fiction is rated “T for Teen” by the ESRB, and is available for $29.99 USD.

You can read oprainfall’s review of Central Fiction here.

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