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Granblue Fantasy Versus-CODEX

Granblue Fantasy Versus-CODEX

Granblue Fantasy has soared into the hearts of millions since its release as a browser game for smartphones in 2014, and will celebrate its sixth birthday in March 2020. Featuring Cygames’ high-quality art, captivating sound design, and an ever-expanding game system, Granblue Fantasy has continued to charm its fans throughout the years.

Now Cygames has partnered with Arc System Works, known for such popular fighting franchises as GUILTY GEAR and BlazBlue, to bring Granblue Fantasy to the world of fighting games, complete with top-notch game design and one-of-a-kind 3D graphics.


A new game in the Granblue Fantasy universe, available on Steam!

This fantasy game blends fighting game action and RPG-style adventure.
The gorgeous graphics and sound you expect from Granblue Fantasy, with an intuitive game system easy for both console and smart phone gamers to pick up. Throw yourself into matches or enjoy powering up your characters!

*This content does not include digital purchase bonuses for the original smartphone/browser game Granblue Fantasy.

RPG Mode:
The GBVS RPG mode features a brand-new tale set in the world of Granblue Fantasy, fully voiced in both English and Japanese! Play through the story and upgrade your characters and weapons!

Versus Mode:
GBVS features an intuitive yet extensive battle system, with skills that can be activated with the touch of a button, a unique skill cooldown system, and super skybound arts that can dramatically turn the tables on your opponent! Players new to fighting games will enjoy the ease of controlling their favorite characters, while fighting game veterans will be able to experience the thrill of intense, tactical battles!

Granblue Fantasy Versus-CODEX

SIZE: 5.92 GB

Granblue Fantasy Versus-CODEX.torrent


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  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
  • Processor: AMD FX-4350, 4.2 GHz / Intel Core i5-3470, 3.20 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 6870, 1 GB / GeForce GTX 650 Ti, 1 GB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset


  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 1400, 3.2 GHz / Intel Core i7-3770, 3.40 GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 7870, 2 GB / GeForce GTX 660, 2 GB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset




Burn or mount the .iso
Run setup.exe and install
Copy crack from CODEX dir to installdir

  LIST OF ALL UPDATES FOR - Granblue Fantasy Versus -
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    Mar 13, 2020 @ 22:25

    Thanks .

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    CodexMMG Reply
    Mar 13, 2020 @ 22:35

    DBFZ Last update when?

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    Swervy Reply
    Mar 13, 2020 @ 23:04

    Stuck on connecting to server screen.

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    Daniel Reply
    Mar 13, 2020 @ 23:34

    When you finish installing and put the game to work, this is without sound. Without music, lines, voices, nothing.
    Has this problem happened to anyone else? I downloaded the game via torrent.

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    Andrew Reply
    Mar 14, 2020 @ 00:41

    Rapidgator container missing part 1

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    GranBrewery Reply
    Mar 14, 2020 @ 02:05

    for fixing connecting server loop
    Edit: “steam_emu.ini”
    ### Set Steam connection to offline mode

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      Ethos Reply
      Mar 14, 2020 @ 05:25

      Hey I did what you said but when i want to save after changing it it won’t let me save in place of the original “steam_emu.ini”

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        Mar 14, 2020 @ 06:16

        @ Ethos, I’m thinking that you probably have User Account Control enabled in your Windows OS and it’s probably preventing you from having full Administrator access that would allow you to make changes to certain files, especially when it comes to editing things with Windows Notepad or Wordpad, or replacing certain files with newer versions.

        You can disable the User Account Control in Windows 7, 8, and 10 by having a look at this guide here:

        Once you have it disabled, it will allow you to have full Administrator privileges without the limitations of being restricted from making the changes you want to make to certain files, among other things that you could do with having full Admin privileges.

        Hope that helps you out.

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          Ethos Reply
          Mar 14, 2020 @ 06:25

          Ok I got that part down now, but it says the I can’t overwrite because its a protected file.

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            Mar 14, 2020 @ 07:26

            @ Ethos, one of two things you could try: 1) Restart you PC and see if you have full Administrator privileges by trying to edit and save the steam_emu.ini file again. If it doesn’t allow you to save or make the changes you want, then look at the next step here:
            2) This step involves using the Command Prompt to add yourself with your username (the name you use or is associated with your PC) as an Administrator with full Admin Privileges.
            Follow the online guide here for the commands to enter into the Command Prompt of Windows:

            Replace the part of the command to enter where it shows v4L in the command line parameter with your actual username. So for example, if your username on your PC is David or Bob or whatever, you would use that as your username. You do not need to enter a password for your username when you create an account with full Administrator access. The only time you would create a password for yourself is if anyone other than yourself uses your PC and you would restrict access or limit it to what programs and other things you would give permission and rights for someone else to use. So entering a password is not necessary for this purpose if you’re the only one who uses your PC.

            Hope that helps.

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    Supah Reply
    Mar 14, 2020 @ 02:30

    do you know why my fightstick isnt working?

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      Mar 14, 2020 @ 06:24

      @ Supah, have you had or experienced any problems with using your fightstick when playing any other fighting games before, or is it just with this game?

      Have you thought that the possibility for why your fightstick might not work with this game could be that the game itself does have support for fightstick.

      If you have a generic gamepad or Xbox controller for Windows lying around somewhere that you could use, try using that and see if it makes any difference in how the game supports it.
      If either the generic gamepad or Xbox controller is detected by the game when you plug it into a free USB port, then the problem is not with your fightstick, it comes down to what type of gamepad / controller the game itself supports.

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      Mar 14, 2020 @ 06:29

      @ Supah, EDIT: Have you thought that the possibility for why your fightstick might not work with this game could be that the game itself does *not* have support for fightstick.

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      lulzmoon Reply
      Mar 14, 2020 @ 06:34

      If you are using a ps4/ps3 controller you need a program to convert it to Xinput (360). I use XOutput and it works great for this game, you can find it on GitHub.

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        Mar 14, 2020 @ 07:47

        @ lulzmoon, That’s actually a pretty useful utility / tool to use that you mentioned there, and I was going to suggest another tool that the original poster with the Fightstick could use, which is called antimicro which is a portable Windows game controller mapping tool with a GUI interface that works quite well with generic gamepads and Xbox Controllers. You can even use it with games that have very limited or no controller support. Antimicro is an open source github project that allows you to create and map out keyboard and mouse controls that you could assign to any buttons, triggers, shoulders, or additional buttons on your controller and save it to a game profile for whatever game you happen to be playing at the time.

        The beauty of Antimicro is it gets updated quite frequently, and the only reason that I have not suggested it before, is that I’m not sure of the extent of controller support outside of the controllers that I know that I have tested myself that work on it. I’ve only tested generic and Xbox controllers for Windows, and I’m not sure if it supports console controllers like PS3, PS4, or Fightstick, but if a utility such as the one that you mentioned called XOutput works great, then there is a strong possibility that it just might have a wider range of support for other types of controllers as well, like the Fightstick.

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      Mar 17, 2020 @ 12:52

      Yo, I downloaded xinput and im having a hardtime mapping the axes. When I try to map it with my stick, it only has one option for both AXIS UP AND DOWN analog. How did you do it?

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    Mar 14, 2020 @ 07:00

    I’m so glad that the game developers decided to use a game publisher like XSEED Games, and not Xbox Game Studios. Reason being that if the game developers had decided to go with having their game published by Xbox Game Studios, it most likely would only be able to run under a Windows 10 environment with a specific build version, and that kind of BS really peeves me off.

    Which is why I appreciate the fact that smart game developers who decide to go with game publishers who aren’t Microsoft or Xbox Game Studios can spread their game across previous Windows OS such as Windows 7, and 8, so that gamers can enjoy playing the game regardless of what Windows OS they happen to be on without having to be forced to upgrade to Windows 10 and requiring a certain build version just to be able to play the game.

    Any game publisher who publishes games just for Windows 10 only, doesn’t realize that there are still a few people who are on previous Windows OS like 7 and 8 who don’t want to be forced to upgrade to Windows 10 just to be able to play a game. After all, it’s not just the OS that makes these games playable, it’s the hardware and system specs of one’s own PC that runs the games we like to play.

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    Drake Reply
    Mar 14, 2020 @ 11:11

    How do you play online ?

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      Mar 14, 2020 @ 22:58

      @ Drake, the ability to play online isn’t possible with this game. If you wanted to play online, you would need to purchase the game from Steam.
      Most of the games here on this site are cracked by Scene Release Groups, and unless one of these groups specifically includes a patch that allows for the ability to play online, that information would be included in the NFO for the game, along with the usual instructions on how to apply the crack, as well as an online patch (if one was included) to be able to play online.

      The game’s NFO file can be viewed directly on this site at the very top of this page that you are looking at, just click on it to view it. Also, NFO files are supplied with the games too and can be viewed and read with either Windows Notepad or Wordpad. This applies to every game that is listed on this site.

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    Mar 15, 2020 @ 03:09

    Everytime i run the game i get a fatal error is there anything i can do to fix this like im pretty sure i put all the files where they are suppose to go

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      Mar 16, 2020 @ 07:58

      @kemdirim22, What does the fatal error show you? Does an error box pop up with a message or a random error code that you can physically see? Can you try to reproduce the error again, and take note of any error messages or error codes if it shows anything? It may be helpful in pinpointing what could be causing this to occur when you launch the game.

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        JOSEPH K ADIELE Reply
        Mar 16, 2020 @ 08:28


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          Mar 16, 2020 @ 08:54

          @JOSEPH K ADIELE, if you leave me with your PC’s system specs, like whether you are running the game on a gaming desktop PC or laptop, as well as telling me what CPU, GPU (or graphics card for desktop PC), and Windows OS you are running on, that would be a great help in determining what the root cause of your fatal error could be.

          If you happen to be using Windows 10 with an older or the latest up-to-date build please mention what build number you are using, and list your PC system specs in the comments of this game page. In addition, it would also help to include the amount of memory (RAM) you have installed, as well as how much Video memory your GPU or graphics card has as well.

          If you mention my Username when you post a reply to me, do it like this: @tekmarvl
          so that I will be automatically alerted of your post, as I am a member here. Thanks. I will get back to you as soon as I can. In the meantime, you may want to consider registering on the site, as membership here is free, and it would allow you to be alerted as well when someone replies to a post that you’ve made, and is especially helpful when you have a question or an issue that arises.

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    bruh21 Reply
    Mar 15, 2020 @ 09:53

    is this include the DLC?
    if not, when the DLC going to be uploaded?

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      Mar 16, 2020 @ 08:15

      @bruh21, any game updates, including any DLC for any of the games that are listed on this site will appear at the top of the game page and directly under where it shows: LIST OF ALL UPDATES FOR.
      In addition to that, before you actually click on any game shown from the main page of this site, any new or current updates for any games will be shown in two primary places, before or after any New Game that has been added to the site, and also directly off to the right-hand corner of where you see the currently logged in Members, right underneath the Category the shows Recent Updates.
      You can also click on both CHECK UPDATE and NFO to see what updates and DLC (if any is included, and update version was released by the Scene Release Group).

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    billy Reply
    Mar 15, 2020 @ 23:27

    everytime i try to open the exe, steam opens and it goes to the game on the store. any idea what im doing wrong and how to fix

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      Mar 16, 2020 @ 08:36

      @billy, sure, just uninstall your game, make sure your anti-virus or windows defender is temporarily disabled or turned off so that it doesn’t flag the game installer and crack as a false positive and tries to quarantine it, and then run the game installer again, but this time check the box next to where it shows: Copy contents of CODEX directory to installdir.

      Doing that will ensure that all contents from the CODEX crack folder will get automatically copied over to the path and directory you told the game installer to install the game to, and as long as you remembered to turn off or temporarily disable your anti-virus or windows defender, it won’t try to interrupt the installation of the game and crack files and try to move it to quarantine.

      Once the game and the crack files have been successfully installed, you can enable and turn on your anti-virus or windows defender again.

      Happy gaming!

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    Mar 16, 2020 @ 08:30


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      Mar 16, 2020 @ 09:19

      @kemdirim22, feel free to PM me or leave a reply here, along with your PC System Specs that include the Windows OS you are using (if Windows 10, please also include the current build number you are on), how much memory (RAM) you have installed, your GPU and video memory (RAM), or Graphics Card if using a desktop PC, and type of your CPU and processor speed.

      Another individual has reported the same similar issue as you, and I will need time to look into the cause of this to see if there is anything that can be done to come up with a resolution.

      If you want to reply here in the comments thread of this game’s page, please reply like this: @tekmarvl
      so that I don’t miss seeing any new comments or replies that you make to me, and I will automatically be alerted of it. Thank you.

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    Mar 16, 2020 @ 23:13

    You can use an online tool from System Requirements Lab to check your PC System Specs for any game if you want to know if it will run on your machine with your current hardware and Windows OS here:

    Once on the page you can type in any game such as this one into the box where it says “Search for a game”, and as you type out the game you want to test your PC system on, it will display the title of the game which you can click on to fill the Search box in. Then, click on the big blue Can You Run It button.
    On the next page, do the same thing again by clicking on the big blue Can You Run It button. Depending on the type of Web browser you are using, a prompt window will come up asking you for permission to run the Java based applet tool that is the System Hardware and Software checker that examines your System Hardware Specs, and the Windows OS version you are running on, and will report back to you what it finds, as well as suggest or recommend what needs to be upgraded in terms of your hardware, drivers, or Windows OS to meet the Minimum System Requirements for the game to be able to run.


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    Mar 16, 2020 @ 23:15

    If all checks out, you are good to go. If anything needs updating or upgrading, then the information there from System Requirements Lab will tell in the report.
    As a good measure it’s always good to keep up-to-date with the latest version build of Windows 10 (If you happen to be using that Windows Operating System). The latest build version is 18363.720, commonly known as version 1909. You can easily track and keep yourself up-to-date with the latest version builds that MS releases for Windows 10 here at this version tracker and history site:

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    Mar 16, 2020 @ 23:40

    This will ensure and also inform you of any important upgrades you may or may not to your overall PC System, and any drivers or updates you may need, or might be missing.

    There are many factors to determine and keep in mind about the possible causes for game related crashes, and the best place to start is to ask yourselves, “Can my PC’s current hardware and Windows Operating System handle the minimum system requirements of the game that I want to install and play?”
    The next question after that should be, “Are my drivers and all major updates, including any build versions for Windows 10 (if using that OS) are up to date and current with the latest version?”
    Followed by, “Am I using the latest version of .NET Framework, and MS Visual C++ redistributables for both x86 and x64 versions from 2015 – 2019 and on? Are my DirectX Drivers up to date? What about my Graphics Card or GPU drivers, are they up to date? How about my Audio driver, is it up to date?”


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    Mar 16, 2020 @ 23:40

    If you go through the motion of doing this and you still experience crashes, then you can begin to rule out the cause of your PC’s hardware, drivers, or any important and essential updates, or related OS build versions (Windows 10 only) of being the cause for your game crash issues.
    Often at times, Game Developers, depending on what version and Operating System(s) they focus on when developing a game will either use the Unity 3D game engine, Unreal4 Engine, or there own in-house coded and programed gaming engine and will work on debugging and patching any bugs within the coding of their games before the initial game release date.
    Sometimes, depending on the version builds of some of these gaming development engines, things can become unstable, such as with older builds of Unity 3D, or sometimes a bug within a game gets missed among the coding and development stage of the game being built by the engine being used, and later patches or updates are released for it after the game’s release date to address those issues.


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    Mar 16, 2020 @ 23:55

    Game crashes as some people tend to believe are not associated or linked to game cracks. A game crack simply put, is a modified copy of the game’s executable, and allows for the ability to play a game while preventing or blocking the DRM / Denuvo protection that has been placed on the physical game.

    Back in the 80’s and late 90’s, it was easy to create cracks or use crack tools to circumvent some of the copy protection on games as they were widely spread across mediums like floppy disks, hard disks, CD and DVD Discs, and the security and copy protections on them were very low. In today’s 21st Century, all of that has changed for the face of gaming and online digital media has become the norm for PC related games, so the copy protections have become more advanced and harder to circumvent because of this ever changing model and form that both DRM and Denuvo bring with each different version build of it.


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    Mar 19, 2020 @ 16:26

    Granblue Fantasy: Versus – Character Pass 1 please

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    Milosian Reply
    Mar 20, 2020 @ 08:04

    I have no sound on this game. What should I do?

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    Sandra Heras Tejero Reply
    Mar 27, 2020 @ 15:47

    winrar password pls i cant extract the game, i have 2 pass and dont work

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    Anonymous Reply
    Sep 24, 2020 @ 21:42

    Update v2.01 when?

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    Anon Reply
    Sep 25, 2020 @ 04:10

    Update v2. 01 pls