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BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend

BlazBlue Chronophantasma Extend (Logo)
Name: JP BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend
NA/EU BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend
Developer(s): JP Arc System Works
Publisher(s): JP Arc System Works
NA Aksys Games
EU PQube
Designer(s): Toshimichi Mori
Yūki Katō
Composer(s): Daisuke Ishiwatari
Galneryus
Platform(s): Arcade
PlayStation 3
PlayStation 4
PlayStation Vita
Xbox One
Microsoft Windows
Release date(s): Arcade
JP October 9, 2014
PS3, PS4, XOne
JP April 23, 2015
NA June 30, 2015
EU October 23, 2015
PS Vita
JP April 23, 2015
NA July 28, 2015
EU October 23, 2015
Steam
WW March 2, 2016
Genre(s): Fighting game, visual novel
Mode(s): Single-player, multiplayer
Rating(s): CERO: C
ESRB: T
ACB: M
Opening Song: Arcade: "CHRONORISE"
Console: "BLUE desire"
Ending Song: Console: "marionette"

BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend (ブレイブルー クロノファンタズマ エクステンド BureiBurū: Kuronofantazuma Ekusutendo), known as BlazBlue: Chronophantasma 2.0 in arcade version, and released as BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend outside Japan, is the revision of BlazBlue: Chronophantasma.

Information

BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend features an extended version of the story from BlazBlue: Chronophantasma. It features the playable inclusion of Celica A. Mercury, as well as the reintroduction of Lambda -No. 11- as a standalone playable character. There are also several gameplay changes kept over from the 2.0 update of the Arcade version of the original BlazBlue: Chronophantasma. There is cross-platform connectivity between the PS3 and PS4 versions of the game, however, the PS Vita version is incapable of this.

All previous DLC characters, BGMs and stages are present. The story contents, which were exclusives for PSVita, returned.

Challenge mode has been changed in order to add Celica and Lambda's own challenges. Missions that consist of Special Attacks, Distortion Drives and Astral Heat are moved to the Tutorial mode. Every character has 20 missions in Challenge mode.

Items in Abyss mode has a "cost" parameter, which describes how many items a character can carry on them. Maximal "cost" value is 3, it can't be exceeded. Items have different "cost" value.

There are additional story scenarios named The Rat, Determination, and Collision; focusing on Bullet, Kagura Mutsuki, and Kokonoe, respectively. A new story mode has been added that focuses around the events of BlazBlue: Remix Heart, named Remix Heart Gaiden. It is placed separately from other stories. There are eight additional gag reels, for Relius Clover, Amane Nishiki, Bullet, Azrael, Yūki Terumi, Kokonoe, Celica A. Mercury, and Lambda -No. 11-.

The formerly Japan-exclusive Library mode of the original game is included in the NA version.

Network mode contains of 13 worlds. Two worlds are intended for PS4 version of the game. Every world has 10 lobbies, with maximum of 64 players in a lobby. Player Match has a new function named "My Room". Player can design it using in-game currency, and invite friends to battle them.

To differentiate from the original BlazBlue: Chronophantasma like with the previous BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend game, the HUD's countdown timer for CP Extend is now in a magenta-color as opposed to a blueish one.

Steam version comes with a special "CP" mode, which allows the player to play with the original BlazBlue: Chronophantasma balance in the Training and Versus modes, and in the Player Match of Network Mode. Celica and Lambda are not usable in "CP" mode.

Playable characters

Returning playable cast

New playable characters

Battle themes

Main article: BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend/Battle themes

Modes

Practice

Story

  • Story Mode (ストーリーモード Sutōrī Mōdo)
  • Teach Me More, Miss Litchi! (もっと教えて!ライチ先生 Mottooshiete! Raichi-sensei, Teach Me More! Doctor Litchi)
  • Remix Heart Gaiden (リミックスハート出張所 Rimikkusu Hāto Shutchōjo)
  • Library Mode (用語表 Yōgohyō, Vocabulary)

Battle

Network

  • Network Mode (ネットワークモード Nettowāku Mōdo)

Collection

Downloadable content

Main article: BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend/Downloadable Contents

Achievements/Trophies

Main article: BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Extend/Achievements and Trophies

Gallery

Images

Videos

Trivia

  • Early buyers of the game can get one of three different rubber straps illustrated by Remix Heart artist, Sumeragi. Buyers of the PlayStation 4 version can earn a Celica A. Mercury strap; buyers of the PlayStation 3 version can earn a Noel Vermillion strap; buyers of the Xbox One version can earn a Mai Natsume strap.
    • Each CG from Remix Heart Tour scenario, and the story mode sprites for Mai and Kajun Faycott, were also drawn by Sumeragi.
  • This is the first game where the system voices can be unlocked by completing the respective character's Arcade Mode (with the exception of Jūbei and the Imperator which are unlocked via the Gallery).
  • The Steam store page of the game contained a prototype of the BlazBlue: Chronophantasma's console opening, which was removed shortly.
  • Continuing on from BlazBlue: Chronophantasma, there are color options for the playable cast that reference characters from two other Arc System Works games, Guilty Gear and Persona. They are as follows:
Character Guilty Gear Palette Persona Palette BlazBlue Palette
Ragna the Bloodedge Sol Badguy Yu Narukami (Persona 4) Makoto Nanaya
Jin Kisaragi Robo-Ky Yosuke Hanamura (Persona 4) Izayoi
Noel Vermillion I-No Maya Amano (Persona 2) Nu -No. 13-
Rachel Alucard Slayer Chidori Yoshino (Persona 3) Valkenhayn R. Hellsing
Taokaka May Teddie / Kuma (Persona 4) Arakune
Iron Tager Potemkin Kanji Tatsumi (Persona 4) Bang Shishigami
Litchi Faye Ling Jam Kuradoberi Mitsuru Kirijo (Persona 3, Persona 4: Arena version) Amane Nishiki
Arakune Eddie Jack Frost (Shin Megami Tensei series) Taokaka
Bang Shishigami Anji Mito Akihiko Sanada (Persona 3, Persona 4: Arena version) Iron Tager
Carl Clover A.B.A, with Nirvana as Paracelsus Ken Amada, with Nirvana as Kala-Nemi (Persona 3) Relius Clover, with Nirvana as Ignis
Hakumen Baiken Susano-o (Persona 4) Tsubaki Yayoi
Tsubaki Yayoi Millia Rage Yukiko Amagi (Persona 4) Hakumen
Hazama Venom Naoto Shirogane (Persona 4) Platinum the Trinity
Makoto Nanaya Order-Sol Chie Satonaka (Persona 4) Ragna the Bloodedge
Valkenhayn R. Hellsing Slayer Koromaru (Persona 3) Rachel Alucard
Platinum the Trinity Bridget Nanako Dojima (Persona 4) Hazama
Relius Clover Faust Elizabeth, with Ignis as Thanatos (Persona 3) Carl Clover, with Ignis as Nirvana
Amane Nishiki Izuna Male Protagonist (Persona 3) Litchi Faye Ling
Bullet Axl Low Yukino Mayuzumi (Persona 2) Azrael
Azrael Johnny Takaya Sakaki (Persona 3) Bullet
Nu -No. 13- Justice Aigis (Persona 3) Noel Vermillion
Mu -No. 12- Dizzy Labrys (Persona 4: Arena) Lambda -No. 11-
Izayoi Testament Metis (Persona 3 FES) Jin Kisaragi
Kagura Mutsuki Kliff Undersn Eikichi Mishina  (Persona 2) Yūki Terumi
Yūki Terumi Chipp Zanuff Shinjiro Aragaki (Persona 3) Trinity Glassfille
Kokonoe Dr. Paradigm Ulala Serizawa (Persona 2) Jūbei
Celica A. Mercury Zappa, with Minerva as S-Ko Rise Kujikawa, with Minerva as Himiko (Persona 4) Konoe A. Mercury, with Minerva as Eight
Lambda -No. 11- Ramlethal Valentine Labrys (Persona 4 Arena) Lambda -No. 11-'s No.13 color palette from BlazBlue: Continuum Shift

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