Conclusion: Aside from the multiplayer mania of arcade and versus modes, Isuka has another noteworthy mode: GG Boost. Taking a cue from greats like Final Fight and Double Dragon, Boost mode transforms the Guilty Gear landscape into that of a side-scrolling beat-‘em-up (complete with co-op option), where you can...
Excerpt: With SNK finally jumping its King of Fighters series into 3D, things were looking a little bleak for fans of 2D fighters. If anything, Guilty Gear Isuka proves there is still plenty of life left in 2D fighters.
Excerpt: I have nothing but love for the Guilty Gear series. Word is bond. However, this may be its compulsory misstep. Every long-running series, no matter what the genre, has to have at least one game in the series that no one wants to talk about.
Conclusion: Two new game modes have also been added, first being a side-scrolling beat ‘em up mini-game a la Streets of Rage called Boost Mode, where players take one of the games characters and pound away on hordes of mindless thugs.
Excerpt: Once again, I must say that Sammy’s Guilty Gear franchise is miles above most other 2D fighters of its kind. It’s lightning-quick speed and addictive gameplay makes me look at other fighters and say things like “Wow! A turtle can move faster than Ryu’s Hadoken fireball!
Summary: If you were a gamer in the 1990s you no doubt remember the dozens and dozens of fighting games on the market. Names like are well-known by today’s generation of gamers, but remember when names like were of the household variety?
Excerpt: Video games are at a point in which certain social and political issues are playing an important role in the development of characters and environments. The Grand Theft Auto series delves into the issue of violence, the Sims recreates everyday life, and the Guilty Gear series raises questions,...
Excerpt: Après un fantastique volet X2, Guilty Gear revient vers la PS2 pour y jouer la carte de l'originalité en se focalisant sur des combats jusqu'à quatre joueurs. Sur le papier, ça a l'air tout à fait prometteur, mais une fois la manette en mains, ça donne quoi ?