BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend is coming to Steam this March

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend, besides being nigh impossible to pronounce, is a hybrid between a visual novel and a 2D fighting game with plenty of flashy moves to pull off and ridiculous cutscenes to watch.

It released a couple of months ago on the Xbox One, PS3 and PS4 to some good some reviews and is now coming to Steam on March 2nd. Here's the rather jumpy trailer and information on what exactly you can expect from the PC version:


The PC digital version will include a couple of selectable system voices and announcers,  a bunch of decorations for your private room in which you can chat with other people and even arrange duels, a set of 8-bit avatars and the digital OST containing 12 tracks. It will also arrive with English, Japanese, Chinese and Korean voice acting though I do hope its a separate free DLC so everyone doesn't have to download GBs of stuff they won't use.

On the gameplay front the PC version brings with it the Chronophantasma mode which will allow players to fight in whichever patch they want. So if a balance shake-up "destroys" one of your favorite characters you'll have a way around it so you can continue to annoy your friends for all eternity. The Chronophantasma option will only be available in the VS, Training and Player Match (online multiplayer) modes.

Blazblue PC screenshot

Poor girl in the background dislocated both her knees

I'm not a big fan of fighting games so I can't tell you whether BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend is a good fighting game or not but its reviews are all mostly positive and the previous games in the series were all well received by the Steam community so here's to hoping this one goes down the same route as well.

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend is coming to Steam this March 2nd though no official price has been revealed just yet.