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.
Arc System Works just announced Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator, which is a beefed up and rebalanced version of Guilty Gear Xrd: Sign. It’s headed for arcades in Japan. A console version has not been announced yet.
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.
When I was a kid in the days of the original Street Fighter II, the plots in fighting games consisted of the instruction manual, the before battle/after battle one-liners, and a single picture at the end of the game—if that. Even then I wished for meatier plots in fighters; and over the years my wish has been…
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".
Next year, Guilty Gear Accent Core Plus R is apparently headed to the PS Vita, bringing Guilty Gear arcade excitement to Sony's portable. The game will feature full voice acting.
Arc System Works is famous for fighting games like Guilty Gear and BlazBlue. This is not Guilty Gear. It's not BlazBlue. It's Tottemo E Mahjong for the PS Vita. No, really.
Arcade game Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus is coming to the PS3 and Xbox 360 in Japan this October.
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?
Check out the latest trailer for Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R. The game is getting location texts in Tokyo early next month.
This is South Korean cosplayer Hyun-Ah Cho. That's not her cosplayer name. Oh, no. Her cosplayer name is "Wolf".
Today, AOU (All Nippon Amusement Machine Operators' Union) kicked off its annual show AOU Expo in Chiba, Japan.
Commenter Zyker loves his fighting games, but hates the Xbox 360 controller. He wants to know the weapon of choice of true fighting game fans, so we're asking you folks. Speak Up on Kotaku Round One, Fight!
Lipstick. Long hair. Cute dresses. They're beautiful women, but they're not necessarily all women. In Japan, they're called "男の娘", or literally "male daughter".
Before arcade game developer Arc System Works was known for fighting game BlazBlue, it was known for Guilty Gear. So when's the next GG fighter coming out? Series creator Daisuke Ishiwatari says, "I honestly don't know—not because I can't tell you, but because I really don't know—but it will happen eventually!" […