Summary: This is the first time I have picked up a Guilty Gear game, and Dust Strikers makes me not wanna play the other series. It does have a little one on one action, but story mode only has one on three battles (you against three CPUs). Other than that the game REALLY stinks to me. If you are a hardcore GG fan then go ahead and get this game. But, if you are like me, you will probably burn (or return for $3) this game and get something else.
Summary: It was indeed very nice. I've been a fan of guilty gear for a while now, and I was looking for a portable one, and found both this, and accent core on the psp. It came in a few days ahead of when I expected it, which was very nice, and unopened, not cracks on the box or anything. Very happy about that purchase.
Summary: As a long time Guilty Gear fan and a Nintendo DS owner and lover, I gotta say... Guilty Gear Dust Strikers is one of the best fighting games for the DS. Just as Guilty Gear X2 #Reload has graced my laptop (GOG, $6) with great fighting game gameplay, GGDS has graced my DS with a unique spin on both the GG series and the fighting game genre. I'd place GGDS right up there with Ultimate Mortal Kombat and Bleach Dark Souls -both of which I own.
Summary: It's a different game than the other Guilty Gear series you know. You hate to learn how the gameplay works and yeah, the moves too. That's why this game has 52 pages manual booklet!!! Consider it a brand new fighting game with Guilty Gear characters and you're gonna enjoy playing this game.
Summary: Just recently I've purchased this game in need of some good cheap game material and so far it is money well spent. I've played a couple of other games in the Guilty Gear Series before so I sort of knew what to expect seeing it before my purchase. It has that classic arcade game feel and I just love the rock/hardcore/adrenaline pumping music that comes with it! I must admit not everything is perfect, but I got to say that for its platform, the game isn't all that bad.
Summary: i dont care that the characters are smaller than on tv, the sound is an octave lower, the controls are single button presses, i hated the down forrword movements anyways. Plus there easier to learn, the character doesnt turn around when theres someone behind you the game has lots of moves to address the problem, i make due with what the game has.
Summary: If a game was judged by its presentation alone, then "Guilty Gear: Dust Strikers" would be one of the best titles for the DS. My first real GG experience being the Gameboy Advance port, "Dust Strikers" surpasses that by leaps and bounds. The 2D graphics go down smooth and the music alone makes the game worthy of the Guilty Gear name.