Summary: Guilty Gear X2 is an exceptional sequel to Guilty Gear and Guilty Gear X. Though the sound quality of the music sounds like it changed, it seemed louder in Guilty Gear X, but it does not effect X2 at all. The ganplay is still the same except of the addition to special moves like BURST.
Summary: When I first saw previews on G4 for the Guilty Gear series, I knew immediately that I had to try it out. 2D fighters usually hold my interest for a small amount of time, but seeing one that was so unique as the GG series amazed me. As soon as you jump into it, you immediately notice that it almost looks as though you're fighting in an anime. The backgrounds move! The people aren't just frozen in time back there. Gotta love that.
Summary: pretty fun with a lot of technical stuff to learn, only bad/good thing is how fast it is......VERY fast, so if you like crazy action like marvel vs capcom then you will probably like this, it is definitely not like street fighter 3 though so depends on your preference, has some cool crazy effects but not a ton of frames of animation (though each frame does look cool), a ton of stuff to unlock and a BRUTAL hard mission mode for people that want maximum replay/value
Summary: Guilty Gear X2 is the sequel to the overlooked original. This time around it features much deeper and strategic gameplay, with a few more characters, and a ton more modes. This is a must have for anyone fond of the good old 2d fighters. It has the best 2D graphics and animation on the market and abseloutely KILLS Capcom for visuals. Check this one out for sure.
Summary: Guilty Gear X2. This is an unique fighting game not seen around much anymore. A lot of kids will undoubtedly take one look at this game and go (insert sterotypical blonde voice) "ewww, that is SO 1997". This game doesn't use flashy 3D megapolygons. But it has so much style and is so well animated that it doesn't need the high polygon count. Animations are crisp, fluent and pack tons of style. This game does use pixels, along with a few CG flashes here and there.
Summary: The Guity Gear for PSO was great, easily the best fighting game I have ever played. With the arrival of this title on PS2 as Guilty gear X, I thought "CANT be a better fighting game than this", I am happy that I was wrong, this game ROCKS. The graphics are hi-res, the music inspires to fight (BEST OST I have ever heard) the control is awesome, and the gameplay is top-notch. All togheter makes a "must buy".
Summary: Sammy Studios has recently released the follow up to Guilty Gear with Guilty Gear X2 for the Playsation 2. The 2D fighter now contains 20 different playable characters and a metal soundtrack that sounds absolutely amazing. Stunning visuals, outrageous fighting styles and several levels of play are what you can expect from the title. The story of focuses on war between humans and the bio-weapon Gears.
Summary: Another installment to Arc system works linup of great fighters. It may not be as polished as Arcs later fighters ,ie Blazblue but its allways good to pay your respects to where it all started.
Double the price, remove a feature and there you have it.
13 December 2004
Summary: Well, this game is a 2D masterpiece, similar in almost everything to the Xbox version from the graphics, audio and gameplay. But let's look at this from a consumer's standpoint. You have two exact replicas of the same game. One's for Xbox, the other, PS2. One is half the price, allows online matchmaking. The other is at the normal release price of a premium title. And does not have online capabilities.