Summary: Ok so I know were in the next gen everything I myself own a PS Vita but I find myself playing my PSP from time to time and with so many games on sale for the older system how can I pass up great games at great prizes . With that said I bought this game because it seemed pretty cool and fun and it is , its a button smasher there's not much of a story but it trys at least , its just a button masher game and you will have fun with it , especially if your into the Guilty...
Summary: I think the game concept is very good that you can use all the moves while you are playing store mode i like this kind of concept, but if you can go online like tekken 6 with others and that would be more fun because it's too board if you play by yourself.
Summary: Guilty Gear Judgment will not be the best game out there, neither the best Guilty Gear that can be found. But for a PSP game,I believe that it is a must have if you are a Guilty Gear fan. I bought it in the marketplace and I got the game within a week and in good condition, so I am pretty satisfied with the service.
Summary: Let it be known that my 2 stars are rating the judgment alone and not GGX2#R. I cant give GGX2#R it a high rating either however, because I know they cheaped on their product. I wanted the full version to play and they took all the reasons and rewards out of it. Judgment is for a GG fan that would like to play another side scrolling mode similar from the one in GG Isuka. This one includes an actual story somewhat instead of just non stop hacking.
Summary: This is a wonderful 2D fighting game. If you are into Street Fighter, Fatal Fury and the like, you won't be dissappointed here. This game even has more flash and effects than the other two. But don't buy it here! I've seen this game at Circuit City for $9.95. I bought it a few months ago for $12 at the same store. Going back last week, they are now selling cheaper. At this price, you can't go wrong!!!!! Check out their website but on it they are asking for $12.99.
Summary: GG: Judgment is actually two games in one, so it keeps the replay value up, but playing solo, as with any fighting game, gets old really quick. Two different games, a one v. one fighter, and a side scrolling adventure, come on the disc, and personally I was not impressed too much with the side scroller. The story doesn't vary at all between characters, minus the dialog. GG: X2, the 2D fighting half of the disc, delivers a true arcade translation.