Are you man-ga enough?

How many copies would constitute a limited edition print run? 50,000? 5,000? How about 200?

That's the number of copies Arc System Works Europe is printing of the BlazBlue: Continuum Shift 2 Manga Edition when it's launched on 4th November 2011.

The extremely limited edition comes with the BlazBlue: Phase Zero Prologue manga comic, the first time it's left Japan, detailing the story and characters that lead up to the events of the game. It's only available through the official BlazBlue store, costing £49.99 on 3DS.

You can read our BlazBlue: Continuum Shift 2 review to find out more about the upcoming 2D fighter ahead of its European release on 4th November.

BRISTOL (17th October 2011) To celebrate the release of BlazBlue Continuum Shift 2 on Nintendo 3DS and Sony PSP, Arc System Works Europe will be releasing a special Manga Edition on November 4th 2011.

Due to popular demand Arc System Works have translated the BlazBlue: Phase Zero Prologue manga - making it available for the first time outside Japan.

The Official BlazBlue ‘Phase Zero Prologue’ manga.

Full localization of the Japanese original that was released with BBCS2 in Japan.
Increased size and paper quality for the ultimate version of this sought-after manga.
Chronicles the beginning of Ragna’s story when he’s thrown back 100 years into the past.
Witness Ragna’s first meeting with his eventual master, Jubei and his introduction to the mysterious Celica.

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift 2 is the biggest version of BlazBlue yet, featuring:

All the DLC characters of the console version unlocked.
Two brand new stories for Sector Seven and The NOL Academy.
Brand New Abyss mode allowing you to level up your character against increasingly tough opponents.
The critically acclaimed Tutorial, Challenges and Story modes that give BlazBlue the biggest single player experience of any fighter!

PLUS! A bonus collector’s chibi Ragna Keyring limited to the Manga Edition only.

The BlazBlue Continuum Shift 2 Manga Edition is limited to only 200 and is now available for pre-order at the Arc System Works Europe store for £49.99 on 3DS and £39.99 PSP.

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift 2 will be available on November 4th on Nintendo 3DS and Sony PSP.

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