The Fighting Climax update will drop this winter.

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Ignition, the update of the 2D fighter Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax was released in Japanese arcades this past July, and now Sega has revealed that it will be heading to Sony platforms later this year. The game will release on PS Vita, PS3 and PS4 on December 17th in Japan.

The arcade version of the game included the new characters Quenser Barbotage (from Heavy Object) and Emi Yusa (from The Devil is a Part-Timer) as well as new systems and balance updates for different characters.

Ignition will include the popular ‘Dream Duel’ story mode from the original game accompanied by new character situations. A ‘Network Mode’ will also be included, as well as a ‘Training Mode’, so that you can master your skills to become the ultimate fighter, and a Gallery Mode, where you can view various in game illustrations.

It was also revealed that first-print bonuses of the game will include a download code for an original custom theme.

Keep checking back to TVL for all the latest news on Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Ignition.

  • Kaetokiha

    Ignition also has a new character Tatsuya Shiba from Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei. He was just a support in the first game, but now he is playable as you can see in the screenshots.

    I wanted Tatsuya to be in the first game, i’m going to buy it anyway, but it feels bad =/

  • Nonscpo

    This version better get localized too with retail copies, it would quite upsetting if they only localize the incomplete port of that game 🙁

    • Zero Eternity

      I’m torn about this. I want to get the version coming out in October as well as support the game but if a better version comes over it’d defeat the purpose of buying the first version. I really wish they wouldn’t make upgraded versions of games that aren’t sequels like this. It discourages buying the game until a person is sure an upgraded version is not coming over. I can’t imagine there are huge amounts of people willingly to double dip on games unless they are major fans.

      • Nonscpo

        Agreed, though what should be done, is to just localize the definitive version.

        • Zero Eternity

          Very True. I just hope the developers or whoever decides on creating upgraded versions catches on soon.