Reviews and Problems with Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus
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Objectively the best fighting game there is
Yeager , GameStop
30 March 2011
Summary: Few fighting games rival the Guilty Gear series in terms of technicality. With a large and diverse roster, a truly epic soundtrack, and an over the top art style, Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus offers explosive gameplay that is easy to pick-up but VERY difficult to master. I've heard it said that this game's difficulty is off-putting to new players, but truth-be-told it is much easier to pick up and play than say Third Strike, whose CPU techs new players into a quick...
Summary: I've played through Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus with only one character so far, but I'm very impressed with this game. The game mechanics are fairly complex, so if this is your first dive into anything other than Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat (like it was for me), you're in for quite a wake up call. There are multiple things to keep track of during a match, and it's fairly daunting right out of the box.
Summary: Insane characters with giant anchors, scalpels, pool cues, ghosts, guitars and chunks of concrete; lightning speed combo game play, head banging rock and roll music, and clean, sharp animations and graphic quality. This game is completely crazy, and if you are any sort of real fighting game fan, you will absolutely love every minute of it.
Ishiwatari Daisuke brought Rock 'n Roll back from the dead!
R. Kochanski, Amazon
26 February 2010
Summary: Guilty Gear Accent Core Plus is a great fighting game, but Ishiwatari Daisuke, who composed all the Rock themes in this game, is just superb. I haven't heard Rock music this good in the last ten years. So if you're thinking about getting this game, don't just get it for the fighting, get it for the music. It's that freakin' good.
Summary: I had heard that this game was like king of fighters and street fighter put together. They should also throw in Samurai Showdown. This game is pretty good. The backgrounds are dope. The combos are off the chain. And the characters are really well drawn. The reason I bought THIS one was because of the story mode. I wanted to fight my way through for a reason. But I was pretty disappointed in it.
Summary: The game is sick, the characters are strange, and the weapon system works. If you are tired of seeing 4 or more versions of the same ninja styled character in every game (you know who I'm talking about) you will be pleased.
Summary: There have been so many iterations and rehashes of the guilty gear franchise, but this one is much more than a mere rehash. there are so many add ons and extra content in this game. The additions to accent core is that there is now a story mode for all the characters, and a mission mode, and kliff and justice have returned to the roster. Also there are extra versions of all the characters.
Summary: I've been a fan of the Guilty Gear series for several years now. Though before Accent Core Plus, I only had one other game in the series. And I must say, I was extremely impressed with how much the fighting system, interface, and depth has improved. With updates including one of the largest and most varied character rosters in Guilty Gear history, I found myself spending hours exploring each of the character's new fully voiced stories in the Story mode (also a Plus...