Pitting the player against a docile computer-controlled character is a fine tutorial mechanic, but it’s not very exciting. Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator has a bit more fun with fighting fundamentals.
With one of its major IPs drawing to a close, the master fighting game maker is looking to something new.
What can the first five minutes of a video game tell you? We're about to find out with Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters, a new visual novel adventure available today for the PlayStation 3 and Vita. Here goes 300 seconds of something.
Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- would be the prettiest sprite-based 2D fighter I've played, only those aren't sprites. ARC System Works' tricksy polygon work results in a game that has to be seen running 60 frames per second at 1080p.
In Conbini Dream, you are living the dream. The convenience store dream. This download title from Arc System Works and just hit the 3DS in Japan. Looks like a fun little management sim for Japanese convenience store fans. No word about a Western release.
The new Guilty Gear is coming to PS3 and PS4 in Japan next year. Arc System Works, in a short and sweet one-minute trailer, announced that their next Guilty Gear game will be hitting Sony's home consoles sometimes in 2014. Take a look above.
Arc System Works is well known for their fighting game series – in particular, the Guilty Gear series and the BlazBlue series. Now, they're releasing a new adventure game that is linked to the BlazBlue games.
Have a look at the latest entry in the Guilty Gear fighting series. Titled Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign-, the game runs on the Unreal Engine and is being directed by Guilty Gear maven Daisuke Ishiwatari. It's currently listed as "in development".
BlazBlue is a great fighting game. It's not only fun to play, but it's also filled with cool characters. Know what that means?
Arcade game Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus is coming to the PS3 and Xbox 360 in Japan this October.
I'd imagine the Venn diagram comparing fighting game players to Japanese role-playing game fans doesn't have much overlap.
Fighting game fans know that girlish good looks and feminine moniker aside, Bridget is a dude. He's not only one of Guilty Gear's most memorable characters—that nun outfit, that yo-yo, that huge handcuff—but also one of gaming's. No wonder why people want to dress up as him. But who does it best?