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Trading Cards are now officially live...

10 März 2014

Dear BlazBlue fans,

The long awaited Steam Trading Cards for BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger are now officially live for you to collect!
The set consists of 9 different cards in total and these will unlock 10 emoticons, 10 profile backgrounds and 6 levels of badges.

We thank you all for the support and hope you enjoy the new assets added to BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger!

Thank you.

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The Steam Trading Cards features will be added soon...

3 März 2014

Dear BBCT fans,
We are very happy to announce that the Steam Trading Cards features will be added soon for BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger.
Please stay tuned for the official release!!

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“...awesome characters, stunning backgrounds, sweet music, tons of unlockables and -- most importantly -- enjoyable fighting...”
95 – IGN


2 CD's worth of OST included with a total of 42 fantastic music!
The Original Soundtrack will be placed in your Steam folder: ...\Steam\SteamApps\common\BlazBlue Calamity Trigger\Digital Extras\Soundtrack

Über das Spiel

The first hi-res 2D fighter from the creators of the Guilty Gear series! BlazBlue is a traditional 2D fighter where two characters participate in a duel. The story of the game involves dissent and destruction among a powerful council, known unofficially as "the Library," which controls a great power that once saved humanity, but which now wields its power in protective, some say repressive, ways.

A round is called a "rebel" and one match can consist of one to five "rebels". To win a round, one player must either incapacitate the other by inflicting damage through various attacks to reduce their opponent's health to zero or by having more remaining health than their opponent after the clock runs out. Every character has a weak, medium and strong attack. Also every ones has a "unique" technique, called a Drive attack, which is different for each character.

Key Features
  • 12 unique batants to choose from! - Choose a character that represents your own fighting style like the lightning-fast Taokaka or the wickedly powerful Tager.
  • Drive your way to victory! - Use the unique Drive Attacks specific to each character to decimate your opponent. Depending on the character control the elements like wind and ice or even absorb the life force from your opponents.
  • Experience the beauty of high-resolution hand-drawn sprites on 3D backgrounds all in glorious high-definition.
  • Various modes - Arcade, Versus, Score Attack, Training, Gallery and a pletely fleshed-out Story Mode that tells the tales of each character.
  • Bonus Contents - 2 CD's worth of OST included with a total of 42 music!


    • OS: Windows XP (32 bit)
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia Geforce 7900 / AMD Radeon X1900
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Direct Sound
    • OS: Windows 7 / Vista / 8
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 / i7
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia Geforce 8800 / AMD Radeon HD3700
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Direct Sound
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Arcade Stick ranpacken und ab gehts! Eines der besten Fighting Games der letzten Jahre, jede Figur muss einzeln gelernt werden, wenn man sie meistern möchte.
Netter Storymode, schade dass die Fortsetzungen nicht auf dem PC erschienen sind.
Verfasst: 7 April 2014
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Schnelles, flüssiges Old-School Beat-Em-Up Gameplay vom Feinsten. Wer 2D Prügler mag, wird BlazBlue Calamity Trigger lieben. Zwölf Charaktere, Story Mode, Arcade und mehr. Einziger Wehrmutstropfen: Durch den Wegfall von Games on Windows Live bietet das Spiel keinen Online-Multiplayer Support mehr.

Schade aber dennoch empfehlenswert.

PS: Lokal ist Spielen mit Freunden natürlich trotzdem möglich :D
Verfasst: 14 Mai 2014
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Ich würde das Spiel auf jedenfall weiter empfehlen. Es macht sehr viel Spaß und durch den Story Mode von jedem Charakter bekommt man auch eine ganze Menge Informationen und einen guten Einblick in die verschiedenen Charaktere. Wer auf einen Online Modus verzichten kann, sollte hier auf jedenfall zugreifen, abgesehen davon ist der Soundtrack wirklich sehr gut.

Das einzige was ich zu bemängeln habe ist die Tatsache, dass eine volle Gamepad Unterstützung versprochen wird, aber ohne einen XBOX Controller oder einen Controller mit X-Input, kann man nur die Tastatur nutzen.
Verfasst: 2 Juni 2014
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2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Wer sich mit Wehmut an vergangene schöne Tage des Beat 'em Up auf den alten 8-, 16- und 32-Bit Konsolen zurückerinnert, findet hier ein liebevolles umgesetztes Prügelspiel.

Der Grafikstil entspricht dem vergangener Animes und dürfte entsprechenden Anhängern sehr gefallen.

Ansonsten gibt es zu einem Prügelspiel nicht viel zu sagen: Pseudo-Handlungsstrang, Angriffskombinationen, mit X-Box 360 Wireless Controller spielbar...

Für zwischendurch finde ich's einfach klasse.

PS: Der Soundtrack ist wirklich schön gemacht.

Spätestens beim nächsten "Sale" heisst es: ZUSCHLAGEN. ;D
Verfasst: 7 März 2014
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15 von 15 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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This game is amazing. I've always wanted to try out Blazblue, but I didnt have a console (Besides Wii, but that is irelevant.)
Just saying.


****** SIX STARS. Story-This is a good introduction to the series,(For me at least.)and a headache at that. With all the cutscenes and different branching paths. What caught me off guard is that, due to the game's story (Which I wont spoil here, sorry. :3) all endings, even the ones where the character you plays die, is cannon. It becomes a major headache, but its a good one. Which had me actually getting myself killed in every fight then I take the opposing fighter down. The final finale, the true ending, blew my mind, AND calmed me down, knowing I have ended the calamity trigger. Oh, and bonus points for the 96% of cutscenes being Visual Novel. :D

**** FOUR STARS. Music- The music totally blends in with the scenarios. The specific tracks for when two certain characters battle, both in story and the other modes, it brings in the feel of the two character's stories and need to fight the other person. Some have given me tears, a bit. This combined really well with the story moments, too. Only downfall is that for some reason, the BGM in the visual novel cutscenes weren't implemented, yet its still in the files. Why? I dont know.

**** FOUR STARS. Extra's and After-Game content- There isnt really any After-Game content besides what you unlock as you play. The "Teach Me, Miss Litchi!" episiodes you unlock from getting 70% in characters stories was great, and helped me further understand the Blazblue universe. The extras, including the gallery, are very fun to play, and is a nice change of pace if you just want to stare at the georgeous art from the story and Arcade.

****** SIX STARS. Combat- The combat is, at its first look, instantly reconiseable. Except for the barrier bar. I learned how to use it on my own after a few battles. You have everything a "Standard" Fighter would have. The Health Bar, Timer, and Special bar for your special attacks. Here, though, its called Astral Heat.

You have Astral Distortions and a single Astral Finisher. The Distortions have certain requirements to pull off- like 50% of your Astral Heat, or 25%. All Astral finishers require 100%, and pulling them off IS THE BEST FEELING EVER. All Astral Finishers have a certain Initial Attack that activates the rest of the finisher. These are usually easy to dodge, due to them absolutly overkilling the enemy. (This also requires for it to be THE FINAL ROUND, where if either of you win, the game is over. not if you had a winning streak. So chances for a Astral to hapen is not often, so you always feel awesome when you pull one off, and the fact that your opponet MUST have 20% of their health left on the final round to actually use the Ars Magus.) Though, they all have their own range. (♥♥♥♥ing ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, Jin. His astral makes the whole floor his target. ARRRG.) The opponet doesnt die immediately, he/she is forced to sit there and watch as their character gets mauled, shreded to ribbions, anniliated, ect. Without all these specials, the combat is still fast paced, and the tide can change ON THE SPOT. You can use the barrier to take 0% damage as you think of a plan to break your opponet's skull, or, if you get locked in some combo from your opponet, you can break your barrier to do a massive counter, knocking them very far away. YOU HAVE A LOT OF OPTIONS.

When you beat a character's arcade, you get access to their Astral Finisher, and as a bonus, Infinity. Infinity can be accessed by hovering over the character that has it, and press the taunt key. then select the character.
Infinity gives the character a massive advantage, or eliminates their disadvantages. Like, very fast movement speed+ Extra attacks. Good luck getting them all! However, they can only be used on Versus and Training. All the other modes dont allow Infinity for various reasons.


ZERO STARS. Multiplayer- ....Its non-existant. Why does the console version have it, but not us?! THE GAME EVEN MENTIONS MULTIPLAYER, BUT WE HAVE NO OPTIONS TO TURN IT ON. I would absolutely love to see if im skilled against the others in the Blazblue fanbase/universe. Im sure many of you were disappointed as well when you found out this. Valve, or whoever got this port on here, will you please give us multiplayer? Please?

Total Judgement-Overall, 90/100. SS rank. (Super Super.)

Im sure it deserves this grade. I would give it a perfect score if multiplayer was admitted. I cant find ANY other faults with this game. If your a fan of Blazblue, or fighters, im sure you would absolutely enjoy this game to no end. 10$ is a absolute steal for this gem.
Verfasst: 1 März 2014
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17 von 17 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Ein sehr gutes Beat'em Up Game im Anime-Stil mit einer sehr interessanten Geschichte die im Visual Novel-Stil ("Bildroman") gehalten wird. Der Soundtrack von BlazBlue ist einfach genial, bietet Musik für jeden Geschmack und Kampf.
Das beste an dieser Steamversion ist, dass man noch den Digitalen Soundtrack noch dazubekommt, in dem alle Tracks dabei sind.

Wer eine Konsole besitzt und auch im Internet gegen andere Spieler antreten will, sollte lieber auch zur der Konsolenversion greifen - da momentan kein Online-Modus vorhanden ist, bzw entfernt wurde. (Liegt vermutlich am ausschalten von Games for Windows - Live-Servern; ich hoffe das es aber irgendwann mal doch noch auf steam eingeführt wird, bzw die nächsten Teile des Spiels vlt. doch noch eine PC-Portierung bekommen und auf Steam erscheinen. )

!!!Es fehlt nur der Internet-Multiplayer, der lokale Multiplayer (VS-Modus) ist noch möglich!!!

Wenn man aber dieses Spiel mag und die Entwickler unterstützen will, bzw ein Zeichen geben will, das auch interesse der Spieleserie auch bei PC-Usern besteht - sollte zugreifen.
Verfasst: 17 Februar 2014
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