Summary: Since I am a fan of the anime, I liked the game. If you've never seen it, it might not stick as well, and if you don't like anime at all, well, you shouldn't get this game. It's a very straightforward button masher, lots of stuff flying around and explosions.
Summary: What's not to like about the gungrave series? This one, based off the events foretold in the anime, it's based five years after the events that partook between Brandon/Grave, Harry, and the group Millenion. It doesn't quite pick up after the first game, however its fast-paced action makes up for it.
Summary: Gungrave gives you every reason too hate it but also every reason too love it. Outside of really cool character models the games graphics are quite bad and don't even get me started on platforming portions, they are awful and frustrating as Grave can't jump worth nothing.
Summary: being a proud owner of the playstation 2 like sooo many other people, i thought GG was another obscure SEGA game. but like so many "obscure" games produced by SEGA, (GUN VALKYRE,GUN GRIFFON,VIRTUAL ON MARZ,JET SET RADIO.ETC.) they often are fun with good replay value. the same goes for GUN GRAVE.
Summary: Most people don't understand that this game is to pay homage to one of the greatest anime series to date. It is based after an anime of the same name, Gungrave. Grave, or Beyond the Grave is a character that was once known as Brandon Heat. A "sweeper" for the largest mafia syndicate in his city.
Summary: Gungrave's character designs were done by the guy behind Trigun, and it shows. The pseudo-futuristic Western style mixed with an undead main character definitely works well, and Beyond the Grave (yes, that's your character's name) strikes an imposing profile, with his own coffin slung from chains...
Summary: "Gungrave" casts you as Brandon, a fairly ambiguous undead [killer] whose background is only partially revealed, and, being dead already, he is very hard to [eliminate]. Until you actually play the game, you have no idea just how tough this fellow can be!
Summary: Ok let me clear this up, the gungrave anime came out AFTER Gungrave the PS2 game. The gungrave anime tells the story of Brandon Heat (Beyond the Grave), his dealings in the syndicate Millenion, how he was killed, and the deal with his "best friend" Harry, the current boss of Millenion.
Summary: Forget what you've read about being able to beat this one blindfolded, it's just not true. In addition to offering the most frentic anti-hero action this side of DMC, Gungrave's massively sprawling levels will certainly require your full attention span, all 6 of them that is.