Summary: This game is a blue bottom disk, one of the first format types released for the ps2, I had the unfortunate luck of purchasing a copy that would not run on ANYTHING besides on of the rare, ps3 backwards compatible models. I've been told not "all" copies of this game prove to be this difficult, but I tested mine in no less than 15 original model ps2's and 2 slim models, and it wouldn't boot up at all.
Summary: The first time I played this game I wasnt sure of what to think of but once I started to play more often I knew it is good. It has a non traditional soundtrack, usually fighting games just have keyboard music which isnt bad, but this has guitars, bass, and drums. It has the sound of the early days of Metal. I especially like how the name of some characters moves make referance to Metal bands. The graphics are clear and vivid.
Summary: OK..You thought putting Street fighter on super turbo mode was insane right..but the only flaw was that your charecters tehn fought sloppy and graphics wer choppy.Well Guilty Gear X takes taht away,the GUilty Gear series is remarkable with hand drawn backround and charecters for the game,The combos and Destroy moves are totally insane and among still being beutaifully done.
Summary: Guilty Gear has been spectacular since the first!Enhnced graphics thansk to the Ps2 has brought out hte addrenalin pumping heavey metal and the fast pace insanely combos and destroy moves!ALONG with its beautifully hand drawn graphics,other fighting games look liek squat..
Summary: To understand Guilty Gear X, you must first have played the Samurai Showdown (Samurai Spirits in Japan) and the Capcom Versus (X-Men Vs. Street Fighter, Marvel Vs. Capcom, Etc. ) series. Guilty Gear X uses a combination of slashing with weapons as well as hand to hand combat, not very different from Samurai Showdown. Guilty Gear X also incorporates the ability to super jump (Hyper jump in Capcom Versus series) as well as mid-air dashes.
Summary: Well, only if you like 2D... But if you do, this is King (the only other one being Capcom vs. SNK 2, which is good but not great - I much prefer the first installment. And then there's Street Fighter EX 3, which is just okay). Gameplay falls somewhere between the Capcom Versus (Marvel) games and SNK's Samurai Shodown series, but it's much more responsive than the latter and less chaotic than the former.