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: This game owns me. It's fast-paced and the combos are completely UNSANE! THAT'S RIGHT, UNSANE! The only drawback is that it has no endings. The characters are funny and the action is sick. Ever wanted to be a 5'3" little girl capable of weilding a 700 lb. boat anchor or a faceless assassin with a magic pool stick? If so, this game is your sick, twisted nightmare come true. Sit down, plug in, shut up and play. Guilty Gear X is the classic for the millineum, ...
Summary: The most imaginative and enjoyable 2D fighting game I have ever played. I usually don't buy fighting games because they can get so tedious, but Guilty Gear X offers characters that differ significantly from one another in such a way that the fighting never gets dull. Anime fans will enjoy this game for its rich and colorful artwork, as well as the amusing animations.
Summary: When I first heard the words... Guilty Gear X, I just shrugged. The name really didnt catch my ear. At first I thought it was to be some sort of RPG that had to deal with mechs and so forth. But after we got hold of a copy, I couldnt put it down. If your a fan of anime, the style of graphics will dazzle you. The attacks are confusing at first, but it doesnt take long to master a character. And the characters are proportioned to their size. Take Potemkin for example.
Summary: Guilty Gear X could be the nicest looking 2D fighter ever, no doubt. The gameplay is fast paced, the graphics are superb--it's almost like you're watching an anime; and the sound is pretty cool too, except for the announcer. The only drawback though, is that there are no endings? Why in the world did they not include endings?
Summary: This game is awesome I don't know if its better than Capcom Vs. SNK or not but I like it. I love the recover function, which allowes you to counter atack after a big hit. I don't like the instant kill moves, they should get rid of them, its too much like cheating. The animation moves verry fast and the gameplay is in my opinion the best ever for a 2D fighter. I wish they had a little more characters, I think there is something like 14 characters with 2 hidden characters.
Summary: If you've played your classics like 'Street Fighter' & 'Mortal Kombat' - back in the days of the Mega Drive, you'll love this game. I would reccomend it in that case or even if you want to try out a new fighting game (being bored of previous ones). However to remenber it's 2D & in Japanese Anime - a bit old school but great in a sense. The game is good graphically and visually with nice colours & high-resolution backgrounds making it a unique fighting experience.
if you like the capcom fighters you have to get this!
22 November 2003
Summary: it is a fast paced fighter with 16 strange and bizare characters. the 2d characters look excellent on top of the high res backgrounds giving the game an especialy authentict feel. the moves are simple and easy to discover and with huge power attacks reminesent of the streetfighter brand it makes it a must have. but its unoriginality and easy difficulty level stops it from reaching its full potential. if you liked marvel vs capcom then buy this if not then rent it.