Blazblue: Continuum Shift Coming To Europe This Year

By Spencer . May 20, 2010 . 8:42am


Zen United is pleased with the success of Blazblue in PAL territories and plans to bring over Blazblue: Continuum Shift. Today, they confirmed the game for Europe.


“There hasn’t been a day that’s gone by where we haven’t been inundated by requests for some sign that Continuum Shift will be confirmed for Europe – we are delighted to be able to do that today,” said Tomo Ohno, CEO of Zen United.


Unfortunately, there may be a gap between regions. Geraint Evans, Marketing Manager said, “we are doing everything we can to bring Continuum Shift’s release as close to Japan and the US as possible.” While Europe doesn’t have a date, the press release says Blazblue: Continuum Shift is a 2010 game. Blazblue: Calamity Trigger made its way into Europe this past April. The PSP port and PC version are scheduled for release in June.

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  • yukichan

    Whell at least is coming this year


    Hey hey, that’s great news! Expected it to last at least half a year. Well, could be half a year, since a specific date hasn’t been announced yet. Though it’s a bit “weird” to have bought CT and a month later, be informed that the sequel will be out in Europe soon. Sounds like a waste of money.

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