Summary: This game is pretty much Guilty Gear XX #Reload with worse graphic (because of the scaling), with a turn button (exactly) and up to 4 players coop play. The game mechanics themselves are not that bad, what is really bad is that they tried to fit Guilty Gear cast, that we can remember for combos and fast pace gameplay (with cross-ups) into a Super Smash Bros fighter killing Guilty Gear This game is pretty much Guilty Gear XX #Reload with worse graphic (because of the...
Summary: I really don't understand why so many reviewers are giving this game mediocre scores, because this game rocks. If you played any Guilty Gear games then you know exactly what your getting, but in GG Isuka instead of just 1vs1 battles you can do 2vs2, 2vs1, 1vs2, or every man for themselves. And as you can imagine it gets INCREDIBLY CRAZY. I'm also surprised that when you do a full 4 player battle there is absolutely NO SLOWDOWN at all...ever.
Summary: This game was an experiment with the series. It's not very good when played solo or one versus one, but it is excellent when played two versus two. There are some changes that might disorient you, and some characters' moves don't have their usual properties in order to balance 3-4 player play, but it is quite fun in 2v2, assuming you have the people available to fill those teams. The need for a multitap is a bit of a consideration.
Summary: Ok I love the Guilty Gear series, but this is by far not the best one, I don’t know why Sammy put in 4 players, it just doesn’t work with this title, but its still the best looking 2D fighting game around, and it has a badass soundtrack, so if your looking for a fix of Guilty Gear and you’re a hardcore fan, then you should get this game, not one of the best games IV ever played but its still good.
Summary: An awesome game but tough to get used to if you're a seasoned GGXX#Reload/GGX player. The background/foreground as well as multiple enemies factor is fun but it can get confusing because you have to press a button to turn around and face the other way instead of it being done automatically and the button layout is slightly different on the dual shock 2.
Summary: Como no encuentro la versión de PC de esta entrega de la saga en Ciao, la escribo aquí, pero recuerdo que yo sólo he jugado a su versión de ordenador y desconozco cómo es de diferente a la de PS2. Estamos ante un juego de lucha más... con estilo anime y que recuerda a otros como Samurai Shodown (por el uso de armas) aunque más frenético, acorde a tiempos más modernos.
Pros: Sin el problema que describo en la opinión, el juego es estupendo en sí mismo .
Cons: El problema que describo en la opinión se carga el juego por completo .