Reviews and Problems with Guilty Gear XX Accent Core
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Fantastic 2D fighting game
27 December 2011
Summary: I recently played the arcade version of this game at a convention. The controls were hard to grasp and the buttons stuck but even with that it was such a visually and mechanically pleasing game that I was hooked. I lost several matches that weekend. But it was stuck in my mind, and I immediately found out the name and looked for it on Amazon. I ordered it immediately and have been hooked on it since it arrived.
Summary: Guilty Gear is 2d fighting at its best and most frustrating. As a button masher this game is ok, but you shouldn't be buying it unless you are serious about learning how to play fighting games at a non-scrub level. Each character is unique, the visuals are great and fun and the gameplay is fast paced. Watch some YT videos to get an idea of what high level play looks like. The combos are a joy to watch and pull off.
If you are for more flash and less substance than what was in GGX-2 give it a try
Benjamin S. Sprague "Broken Hierophant", Amazon
23 April 2008
Summary: I am left to ponder how many people played Guilty Gear, Guilty Gear X, and Guilty Gear X-2. Those wonderful games built up high expectations for sprite designs,beautiful 2D graphics, great fighting physics, and a stirring epic story tailored around odd yet awesome characters that are tributes to various rock stars and heavy metal musicians. In a futuristic apcolypse magic is once again reality and scentist created "gears" to fight the battles of mankind.
Summary: Guilty Gear already had a solid game mechanics (albeit some balance issues). You can literally see that the developers tried their best to incorporate criticisms and feedbacks accumulated from previous versions. However, removing any type of ending for Story Mode was quite shocking and dissapointing. The addition of two new characters were cool at first, but both A.B.A and Order Sol isn't as fun as I would imagined to be.
Summary: The game came in perfect condition and on time so no complaints about the delivery or anything of that sort. The main problem is with the game itself, mainly being that the game seriously needs a story mode. Your pretty much playing an arcade game with no clue who your fighting or why exactly the people on screen are fighting in the first place.
Summary: This latest entry in the Guilty Gear franchise is super-polished and lots of fun to play. You'd be hard-pressed to find a 2D fighter that can top it. Maybe next year, when Capcom releases Street Fighter IV, Guilty Gear will have real competition. Until then, this is the only game in town.
Summary: Alright, this game is a modest update to Guilty Gear XX... this is not a dramatic update to the series, like some had wanted. Think of this game as a more balanced and more technical Guilty Gear XX... They've added Holy Order Sol(from Guilty Gear Slash) and A.B.A (from Guilty Gear Isuka), so technically they haven't added anyone COMPLETELY NEW to this game.