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BlazBlue: Centralfiction Special Edition Coming to Switch “in the future.” Tokyo Game Show is KILLING it (metaphorically) with Switch-related announcements

Well, TGS (Tokyo Game Show) 2018 has been decent with Switch-related announcements so far. A hour or two ago, we learned via Gematsu and Arc System Works that BlazBlue: Centralfiction Special Edition will be coming to the Switch. No details have been provided right now, though one thing I and a LOT of people certainly want, especially hearing the English Blazblue cast for the first time in Blazblue: Cross Tag Battle after stupidly skipping Centralfiction is a DUB!!

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UPDATE: Happy End; Chris Taylor Gets to Play Smash Bros. Ultimate E3 Demo We did it! We came through! Our constant efforts worked!!

Oh my freaking goodness! We did it! In a happy update to our initial story about Chris Taylor and the effort to get Nintendo to #LetChrisPlaySmash, which will be noted in the article, we retweeted many tweets, got big-name Youtubers involved, reached out to various offices such as Nintendo of America, Nintendo of Canada, Sora Ltd., and Bandai Namco, made our own tweets about the scenario and we didn’t let up for even an hour. Due to everyone’s efforts all across Twitter and Youtube, we have succeeded in arguably one of the most personal and heartrending missions I’ve ever undertaken as a contributor for this site. But in the end, we did it, together!

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INSPIRING: Many Decent-sized-profile Twitter Users Join Together to Try to Make a Dying Fan’s Final Wish a Reality Twitter User @SpookyWoobler Hopes to Play Smash Bros. Ultimate or Devil May Cry V before he dies.

This story is a bit sad to read, but with this particular story, there’s a particularly strong sense of unity, cohesiveness, support, and respect amongst hundreds, of not thousands of people for one guy that most of us never met and will soon never be able to meet. That man. . . is Chris Taylor. I’m Bryan J Applegate, your host behind this article, and this is the story of how one man’s dying wish to play either Super Smash Bros. Ultimate or Devil May Cry V brought together an entire community of people from across the internet.