Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Edition - Switch

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 Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Edition (Switch)
Viewed: 2D Side-on, Scrolling Genre:
Beat 'Em Up
Media: Cartridge Arcade origin:No
Developer: Arc System Works Soft. Co.: Arc System Works
Publishers: Pqube (GB)
Released: 17 May 2019 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 16+
Connectivity: Save data cloud, Internet
Features: Handheld Mode, TV Mode, Tabletop Mode
Accessories: Nintendo Switch Pro Controller


20 years is no mean feat, and Arc System Works is quite rightly celebrating two decades of iconic 2D fighter Guilty Gear with this Anniversary Edition, which packs in both the original game and GUILTY GEAR XX ACORE PLUS R into one brutal package for the Nintendo Switch!

The story of Guilty Gear is set in the 22nd century, science and industry have been blamed for the misfortunes of the human race. The pollution is unbearable and modern technology has spawned some incredible weapons of mass destruction. Both have been outlawed. The abolition of technology did practically nothing to alleviate human suffering, and a new war erupted. A new kind of biological weapon was born, It has become possible to mix human and animal DNA with magic. A new breed of fighters was born with unnatural strength and endurance. The Guilty Gears were born.

It s gameplay that s king and Guilty Gear has plenty. It borrows heavily from Street Fighter 2, but that s no bad thing. Once you learn your characters specials and supers you ll soon be winning bouts. The combo engine is very flexible and allows for off the ground combo, juggles and mid-air combos. Guilty Gear just feels right to play. An excellent fighting game with loads of depth.

Originally released on the Wii and brought up to date for the Switch, GUILTY GEAR XX ACORE PLUS R is a more modern vision of the series and the perfect opportunity to engage hardcore fighting aficionados as well as the casual button-smasher. 25 characters are available to control, with various modes including the single-match Versus, challenging Survival and task-based Mission Modes. That's all on top of the involved Story Mode which will certainly push you to wrap your head around some tough opponents.

Do you have the skill to take on a single computer-controlled or human opponent? Are you able to tackle an endless string of battles to stay alive? Will you manage to overcome various challenges focusing on specific elements of your battle play? GUILTY GEAR XX ACORE PLUS R will put you to the test!