PC Version Of Blaz Has Cross Platform Play

#1 Posted by Linkyshinks (11403 posts) -


A teaser page for Blaz Blue: Calamity Trigger PC has opened, the page lists cross platform play and free DLC as features. The DLC will likely consist of the content the 360 version received, while the cross platform play means PC users will be able to take on the 360 players. The PC site also has a spec chart. In the chart, circle means required and double circle means recommended. Triangle means the item has been confirmed as compatible.

#2 Posted by iAmJohn (6197 posts) -

There's a PC version of BlazBlue?

#3 Posted by inkeiren (977 posts) -

Woah.  I wonder how good BlazBlue will look on PC.

#4 Posted by demontium (5084 posts) -
@Linkyshinks: .... what about CT?
#5 Posted by Shirogane (3616 posts) -
@demontium said:
" @Linkyshinks: .... what about CT? "

You mean CS?
#6 Posted by JJOR64 (19636 posts) -

That's awesome news, but I'll be waiting for BB: CS this summer.  Maybe they will add that if there is a PC version of CS in the works.

#7 Posted by JJOR64 (19636 posts) -
@Linkyshinks:   Only in Japan and France?  That's lame.   :(
#8 Posted by SeriouslyNow (8504 posts) -
@Linkyshinks said:
" @JJOR64 said:
" That's awesome news, but I'll be waiting for BB: CS this summer.  Maybe they will add that if there is a PC version of CS in the works. "
 It's a PC version, that will only be released in Japan and France. Windows has language settings - do the right thing :)   There will be PC version of CS if this fares well in Japan, or if it does particularly well in France :?. I'm still puzzled as to why the publishers are releasing it there. Is there really a big PC gaming community over the pond, I know there's one in Germany but I've never heard of France having one... "
France and the UK have historically been two of the largest PC gaming countries.  Don't forget that some of the largest and most successful games studios including Delphine Software (Another World, Flashback), Cryo (Dune games among others) and of course Ubisoft and Infogrames (now called Atari) come specifically from France while many other famous industry stalwarts like Peter Molyeneux and Julian Rignall among many others come from the UK.  Don't forget mate, that France was the first country in the world to host a country wide internet type network with Minitel in the 80s.
#9 Posted by raiz265 (2255 posts) -
@Linkyshinks: afaik pc-gaming in germany is quite big as you said but i don't think that the interest in blazblue is that big here... 
i only heard about blazblue once, and that guy seemed pretty lonely in this regard :D
#10 Posted by Linkyshinks (11403 posts) -

Anime is very popular in France, perhaps that's the reason why.

#11 Posted by jimi (1149 posts) -

Bring that cross platform technology to sf4 please :O. 

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