Anyone who’s serious about fighting games needs to hit the books — or rather, get a good grasp on frame data, which is essential to understanding the structure of any character. Thankfully, you don’t have to carry a library around, as there’s an app for that.
We’ve previously covered GunFrame, which added BlazBlue: Central Fiction frame data last year. The latest update just went live, appropriately changing the app’s name to GunFrameZ and including some Dragon Ball FighterZ frame data. As of now, the frame data is fairly preliminary; it mostly shows startup of moves and their frame advantages or disadvantages. You can also see characters’ health and jump start values.
The iOS version update is coming next week, according to the developer, AnBi. The app also now notes that certain frame data for some games is outdated: Under Night In-Birth, Injustice 2, and BlazBlue: Central Fiction. Including frame data for DBFZ has been made possible by resources from asciux, MTLxSpider, and KuroganeHammer.