At least one American player tends to make it to the Guilty Gear Xrd finals at the Evolution Championship Series, but that’s typically where their journeys end. Joshua “Zidane” Rodriguez and Kyohei “MarlinPie” Lehr achieved this feat in 2015 and 2017 respectively, only to both get knocked out after a single match. But…
Arc System Works is working on porting Guilty Gear to Switch, PS4, and PC. The studio announced the news during a live stream earlier today. Guilty Gear originally came out on PS1 20 years ago, but hasn’t been available in North America since. Currently, there’s no release date set.
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R is in development for the Nintendo Switch! The game, an updated version of Guilty Gear XX, hit Japanese arcades in 2012 before getting before getting a PS Vita, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC release. Expect more details, such as a release window, at a later date.
Last night’s Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 action at the inaugural Evo Japan was incredible, but it was the lead-up to the final match that really stuck with me. The commentators gave a surprisingly moving speech about the passion and dedication of the fighting game faithful, the culture of the community, and putting soul…
It might have been intimidating for Mikado’s own Shodai to get into the top 64 of Evo Japan’s Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 tournament and find himself facing Omito. It was definitely an emotional moment for Shodai to beat him.
Fighting game veteran Daigo Umehara hosted a series of high-level exhibitions earlier this week as part of his new Kemonomichi event series, and one matchup became the perfect opportunity for two stars with personal grudges to settle their differences in Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2.
Learning fighting games is hard enough, even with YouTube tutorials, commentators’ insight during pro tournaments, and local meet-ups. But what if you literally could not hear any of those things?
A group of event organizers have taken it upon themselves to establish a tournament circuit for a trio of overlooked fighting games, hoping to provide them a greater platform for success and raise their profile in the process.
A contentious Guilty Gear Xrd mechanic known as Danger Time reared its ugly head at publisher Aksys Games’ Anime Ascension tournament this past weekend, leading to a noteworthy annihilation in the game’s finals bracket.
Guilty Gear Xrd - Revelator - is just one of the many fighting games being showcased at this weekend’s Anime Ascension 2017, but damn it’s one of the most intense.
During the holidays, a hashtag titled #310さんおめでとうコンボ started proliferating among fighting game fans. The tweet identifier, which roughly translates to “310 congratulations combo,” celebrates the wedding of Hikaru “310” Sato, a Japanese competitor known for his play in Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-. The challenge:…
A temp staffer for Ota City, Japan held a press conference at city hall this week, announcing that he had recently won a fighting game tournament in Paris, France. The man now admits this was a lie.
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.