Reviews and Problems with Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus
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16 November 2013
Summary: this is my first GG game. so i can't compare how it is to any other guilty gear games. it has a a fun combat system, but the bars on the side of the screen in the fights get pretty annoying. the story was alright and there's plenty of characters to choose from, although i don't understand why some of their names are written in Japanese. the online works well with very small amounts of lag, if any at all. but for some reason when i play vs.
Summary: This is my favorite 2d fighting series in history. With awesome original balanced roster, kickass rock and metal music enough to get your blood pumping, cool levels and its great modes, like M.O.M, Story Mode Team v.s., Vs., arcade more, survival, and more, and solid fast fighting mechanics for one hell of a fight.
Summary: Guilty Gear is a solid 2d fighting with huge combos and finishing special moves. One things against this version is no online multiplayer. There really isn't much of a single player mode, so it puts much more emphasis on needing a friend to play with.
Summary: Arcsys makes some of the most best fighting games in the industry, and Guilty Gear is no exception. The character design and soundtrack are probably the best out of any game i've ever played, and the gameplay is fast-paced and skill intensive. However, the difficulty curve is incredibly steep. If you are willing to spend some time on it, Guilty gear is absolutely worth the investment.
Summary: I first played the GG series around 2007, when I got the opportunity to play one for Xbox (I wasn't really into the fighting genre then). I remember not really knowing what I was doing but I also remember how fast the gameplay was, along with fluid controls and etc...anyway, I got into fighting games late, but I loved the genre and curiously tried this game at a "mom & pop" game store called FX games, and I was really impressed. This is one solid game.
Summary: Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus is actually my first GG game that I've spent a decent amount of time with. I've played a few others in the series over the last decade, but just a few matches per game. This game is a great alternative if you're looking for something that doesn't involve Ryu and Ken or Terry and Kyo (I've got nothing against Capcom or SNK, though). It's kind of sad that most people don't even consider the Wii for fighting games.
Summary: En realidad tengo que decir, que de todos los juegos de peleas que he jugado, éste tiene la mejor animación y gráfica de todos. Las peleas son muy rápidas y fluidas, si te duermes, pierdes... Por otro lado, si ya tienes la versión XX, en realidad lo único que obtendrás son jugadores extra... deberás considerar si ésto es razón de peso para comprarlo.
Summary: This game was my first exposure to the Guilty Gear series. As someone who grew up playing Street Fighter, I wasn't sure what to expect. Many of the reviews and discussions you will find online about Guilty Gear seem to indicate that those who do enjoy this game consider it their favorite fighter. I have to agree. The combination of speed, technique, and variety of gameplay among characters makes this a very enjoyable game that will keep you coming back.
Excellent high-octane 2D fighter... IF you can play it, that is.
A. Toozee, Amazon
26 October 2009
Summary: As a long-time Guilty Gear fan, this game is something of a dream come true for me. Take Accent Core, the latest and most balanced installment in this long-running fighting franchise, add in new characters, modes, options, gameplay tweaks, and extra material, and you've got not only what is arguably the best installment in the entire GG series, but one of the deepest, most polished 2D brawlers of the decade.