Summary: Even compared to more modern fighters like Street Fighter 4, MvC3, and its successor BlazBlue, this game still stands the test of time. The characters are zany and creative, and there are enough of them to have a fulfilling roster without pushing the limits. The fighting is still tight, even 8 years down the road, and is perfect for any fighting fan looking for an awesome, reasonably priced game.
Summary: Guilty gear x2 has one of the craziest cast of characters i have ever seen in any fighting game, from witch who fights with her hair, a young pirate with an anchore, a spycho girl with a guitar, and a bounty hunter with yo yo''s, and others that have to be seen sto understand. The animation is smooth and great for a 2d fighter, this is a shining example of what most should look like.
Summary: guilty gear is a fantastic series of games and x2 is no exception. if you are a fan of classic 2-d fighting then this is a must. it has the traditional japanese art style that anime fans would instantly love. the difficulty level, however, is severe. this could be said of most fighting games though. if you do not like japanese animation or 2-d fighting, then one would reason that this game is not for you.
Summary: One of the funnest, best fighting games I've ever played. I'm a big fan of the fighting genre, grew up on Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat, later on I grew to love the King of Fighters series. Guilty Gear X2 stands with them all, but there is a learning curve because the fighting system is advanced and oh so dope. That's not to say you can't just pick it up and start throwing down.
Summary: Guilty Gear X2 isn't like you're typical 2D fighter (if you wanted to call it that). The characters here aren't simply fighters aiming to be the strongest in the world,take vengence(ok one or two are), or merely test there skills. These fighters although weird have a background which suit them beyond compare and are characters with actual emotion.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
11 October 2004
Summary: If you're looking for a fighting game that is more stylistic than realistic, Guilty Gear X2 might be the one for you. Anime characters use magic and swords to become victorious. The anime is lovely, with bursts of smoke and blasts of light highlighting the combat. The background on this side-scroller is stationary, with the exceptions of an occasional walking cat or twitching plant.