Articles tagged with guilty gear

Apr
20
Posted by Ben at 13:41
We've known Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2 is coming for a while, but we now have a firm date for the latest sequel in the stunning looking Guilty Gear franchise, and it's coming pretty soon

Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2 will arrive in Europe on May 26th, for both the PS4, and impressively the Playstation 3.

Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2 boasts a rebalancing of characters, the return of Baiken, and improved tutorials. If you have Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator then Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2 will also be available as a digital upgrade on both PS4 and PS3

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Mar
09
Posted by Ben at 01:11
Arc System Works, famed developers/publishers of such fighting game stalwarts as Guilty Gear and BlazBlue are bringing over a new fighting game to the west; Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe

Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe is coming soon, March 15th, and is set to be available on Steam and PSN for Playstation 4

Developed by FK Digital, Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe boasts an online mode, as well as the usual story and versus modes. It's priced at $19.99, so probably about 16?

Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe looks pretty good, there's a trailer below

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Jun
13
2016
Posted by Ben at 01:19
In some ways the release of GUILTY GEAR Xrd -REVELATOR- has snuck up on us, I knew it was coming, but in amongst the E3 stuff it still struck me by surprise when it appeared on PSN

GUILTY GEAR Xrd -REVELATOR- features an expanded story mode, and the same outstanding CEL shaded look as the previous Guilty Gear game. In a nice touch PQube have brought both the PS4 and PS3 version over, so if you haven't made the jump yet you can still get the game

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Mar
15
2016
Posted by Ben at 02:58
I'm a little loathed to post stories about pre-order bonueses, but it does include the release date for Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR

Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR will release on PS3 and PS4 on June 10th this year, a fairly short turnaround from the European release of the last game. The difference being that Revelator is being published by PQube.

Those who preorder on PSN are also due a couple of bonuses. First will be Kum Haehyun and a bonus character colour, which will download automatically on the games release on PS4 if you're set up for that. Second, or I guess this one if first as it will happen first, anyway, you'll also gain access to a demo of Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR to tied you over
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Feb
10
2016
Posted by Ben at 16:43
As I type I'm still trying to work out how to put this in the form of a title, but Rich Digital have revealed that PQube will be releasing the EU Version of Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator within a week of the US release

That's good news, we didn't even get it in the same year last time, and that really can't have helped the EU sales (not published by PQube). It's nice that publishers have started to make the effort getting games out in Europe in a timely manner, after even Atlus promised to book their ideas up.

Anyway, Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator will release on European PS4s on June 10th, and we'll even be getting a physical release and limited edition release, if you're in to that sort of thing

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Dec
10
2015
Posted by Ben at 02:15
This is a bit out of nowhere, well with little fanfare at least. Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- is out now on Steam

It's currently priced at 18.39, discounted from 22.99. It took an age to come over to Europe on PS4 so it's understandable if maybe the excitement isn't there for the game's Steam release, but it's a good fighter.

Granted a big reason to play the game is for its looks, and I doubt that's diminished on with a PC port
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Jun
16
2015
Posted by Ben at 14:37
Technos might not be a household name, but some of their games are. Technos were responsible for the legendary Double Dragon, a genuine classic from my childhood Now it's in the hands of Arc System Works, and an Arc Double Dragon is something I'd like to see

The deal also includes the classic River City Ransom, Super Dodgeball, Kunio-kun, and everything else Technos' owned

It will be interesting to see what comes of this, a Double Dragon game that looks like Guilty Gear would be amazing, or it could be more a business decision to have some titles ready to go for mobile
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May
22
2015
Posted by Ben at 18:43
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R is set to release on Steam next Tuesday (back to work day here in the UK) 26th May

For those a bit confused by the brace of Guilty Gear games imminently releasing, Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R is a 2D version of the game, which originally came out on the Vita, PS3 and 360 (I think)

I can't say I've played Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R, although I do have some experience with the 2D Guilty Gear games, and they do feel a little snappier than Guilty Gear Xrd, or from what I remember. Pretty too

Any way, there's a trailer below

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May
21
2015
Posted by Ben at 07:34
There's a few asterisks in there. It's not an official date, and no one is exactly sure what we mean by "Europe" yet. Apparently there's been an issue before on PSN with Arc System Works games being locked out of local PSN stores across Europe.

Hopefully not, but regardless retailer Game has Guilty Gear Xrd listed, and according to this tweet tree it's dated for June 3rd

Like I said, a whole bunch of caveats. I've had a look at the Game listing myself and it's not got a date, so I'm not sure how accurate the twitter one is. That and it also appears to be download only, hence the preamble about PSN store issues across Europe.

For what it's worth I, and many other Europeans it seems, already bought Guilty Gear Xrd from the US store when it was cheap, cheaper than Game has those download codes listed for. I hope it all works out for those that buy it, and for Arc System Works, but as a genre fighting games tend to suffer from long delays, they're easy to manage when imported, and in these days of online the community has moved on
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Apr
16
2014
Posted by Ben at 15:23
So goes the theory anyway.

ARC System Works, makes of Guilty Gear and BlazBlue are teasing a new game with the initials BRCS. BloodRayne would certainly fit both the initials and the teaser image

We'll find out next week, assuming it doesn't fully leak before then
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