Summary: This review is based on Judgment itself since PSP isn't quite the right console for fighting games especially since #Reload has already been ported to PS2. Judgment is a blast to play with your friends in co-op, the graphics is still excellent by today's standard.
Summary: Guilty Gear: Judgment for PSP is a great collecction for gamers of One On One fighting games. The graphics are very good on the PSP. The characters are well drawn & colours are vibrant. Besides the beat'em game is a blast to play plus the soundtracks are good as well.
Summary: This game was my first experience with a Guilty Gear title, and it will NOT be my last. Guilty Gear Judgement is actually 2 games in one package, Guilty Gear Judgement and Guilty Gear X2. Guilty Gear X2 is the best 2-D fighter there is, and it's a real treat to have on the go.
Summary: Get this or the Japanese version. Besides the (somewhat) better cover, you get Guilty Gear XX Slash and not Guilty Gear XX # Reload, which is incidentally available separately should you want to complete your Guilty Gear XX collection.
Summary: Anyone with an interest in fighting games should have this game. The contols are great, even with a bad d-pad on older PSPs. The Japanese version includes Guilty Gear XX Slash which offers slightly more than the US version's Guilty Gear XX #Reload.
Summary: I'm so glad that I purchased GG Judgment on play-asia.com. This one has two games on one UMD and both are awesome games. I highly recommand it if you're into fight games. Over 20 unique and bizzare characters, you'll have lots of fun playing this game.
Summary: This is incredible! for 43 dollars total I get GG Judgement to my door which INCLUDES GG SLASH!!!! Shash is like 50 dollars alone for Jap PS2, and PSP Judgement is region free! US Gamers got shafted with having # Reload in the American version, I'm so glad I got this game instead!!!!!!!
Summary: I have been a big Guilty Gear fan since GGX on the Dreamcast. Since then, I only got to rent the other games on the PS2 and have noticed a decline in the graphics of them. Even so, it was the insane gameplay that drew me back each time.