- A Compelling Visual Novel – Created for fans of visual novels and BlazBlue alike, XBlaze Code: Embryo features a completely new story based in the BlazBlue universe
- An Innovative New Path System – The unique “TOi” system brings information about your surroundings to your fingertips! Touya’s path will change depending on what you choose to read
- Get Immersed – XBlaze Code: Embryo offers several endings and routes, including a gag one!
The Adventure of Blue Fate in PS3 and PS Vita:
From the creators and publishers of the well-celebrated BlazBlue series comes a new entry of a visual novel game XBlaze Code: Embryo, a prequel set 150 years before the events of the main BlazBlue story. XBlaze Code: Embryo will feature a complex storyline and innovative path selection system making this game a visual novel with a number of twists on the formula and a story as captivating and exciting as the action in BlazBlue!
Submerge Yourself into the World of Magic and Supernatural:
The year is 2050; Touya Kagairi, a high school student with a remarkable past finds himself attacked out of the blue and pulled into events beyond his understanding. A girl called Es suddenly appears and claims that her mission is to ensure Touya’s safety. Uncover the hidden truth as you plunge into world of magic and the supernatural!
An Innovative Visual Novel Game:
In XBlaze Code: Embryo, it’s not about the choices you make but the information you gather. Embryo will be a stand-alone story that will feature a colorful cast of characters that players may find familiar with. Story scenes in XBlaze Code: Embryo are more similar to an animated feature, complete with shifting camera angles, dramatic music cues, and all sorts of various tactics to make the story more engrossing and immersive.
Also, players can control the course of the story via the TOi System, the in-game information-gathering system that will determine how information gathered can determine the player’s fate causing branching of storyline that will present multiple courses and conclusion.
|Official Release Date||Jun 24, 2014|
Titles rated M (Mature) have content that may be suitable for persons ages 17 and older. Titles in this category may contain intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content and/or strong language.
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|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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Its very nice game i really like it and great novel
Well I really like the game and very good story
The game has a very original system of advancing in this visual novel. The story hooks but you must know the world of BlazeBlue a little, or else you will lose with so many names.
this game really is my first ever novel/comic game, as long as you like reading, then you should be fine with this game, if not and you hated anime...then stay away...
I like istory and Characters
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