AtmaCashino's Guilty Gear Tv Review

Rated: 10

Man! Even the sky isn't the limit when it comes to how tough some people get at this game! There are so many abilities aside from special attacks, such as Roman Canceling to create original and sometimes obscene combos, Absolute Defense to survive some of the super attacks called Overdrives. The game uses a "tension" meter, which is used up as some certain special abilities are used (most prominant is the Overdrives and (False) Roman Cancelling). On top of that, there are even three other modes for each character! One is EX mode, where some attacks of characters change in execution or visuals, or even get new attacks at the expense of some of the regulars! Another is Shadow mode, where the character gets infinite tension (which is cheap, but not as bad as the next one).

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Ggxfma's Guilty Gear Tv Review

Rated: 9

The Guilty Gear series has always survived on the fringes of the 2-D fighting world, while the big names from Capcom and SNK occupy most of the spotlight. Guilty Gear seems to intimidate the average fighting fan, thanks to its bizarre characters, complex combination system, and the dreaded Instant Kill. And considering the fact that my local video game retailer got FOUR WHOLE COPIES of Guily Gear X2 in, it doesn't look like there's going to be a huge boom for the series any time soon. Which is a shame, since the game is a gorgeous and thoroughly entertaining 2-D fighter with a unique sense of humor.
I'm not going to try to explain the 'plot' behind the world of Guilty Gear, mostly because I don't understand it, and you'd probably think I was either drunk or making it up.

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