Chaotics” has become the sole source of energy for the entire world, but the inventor of Chaotics, Dr. Tesla has suddenly disappeared and left the mysterious words, “CHAOS CODE” behind. The United Earth government has tried desperately to cover up both the scientist’s disappearance and his cryptic message, but the information had already gone viral. The United Earth Government was left with lit...[Read More]
Ever since the launch of the Nintendo Switch, Arc System Works has released or re-released each of their flagship series to the hybrid system. These series include BlazBlue, Guilty Gear, Under night In-Birth and Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball FighterZ. Now Chaos Code can be added to the list.
The epitome of the 2D Fighting Game "GUILTY GEAR XX" series, the definitive piece: "GUILTY GEAR XX ACCENT CORE PLUS R" is now on Nintendo Switch! The duel returns... *** Enjoy the world of GUILTY GEAR with the "Story" mode; Share the controller with a friend and battle head-to-head with the "VS.2P" mode; Compete and reach for the hi-score with the "M.O.M" mode, and many more. ...[Read More]
Following up from my review of Guilty Gear, we take a look at the game’s latest two-dimensional sequel. As with the 1998 original title, Guilty Gear XX Λccent Core Plus R was recently re-released in honor of the series’ 20th anniversary. With the liked of BlazBlue and Dragon Ball FighterZ already making their way to Nintendo Switch, it was only a matter of time before Guilty Gear did t...[Read More]
First released in 1998, and achieved worldwide recognition with its own original world view and a whole new game system, the legendary 2D Fighting Game "GUILTY GEAR" now reappearing! Unleash your furious attack chains with the speedy-as-ever "Gatling Combination"; Keep up your pressure game with the "Charge Attack"; Destroy your opponent and conclude the match immediately with the "Sakkai",...[Read More]
When it comes to fighting game franchises, there are few notable as Guilty Gear. Released two decades ago, the original pioneered the genre for many to come. While developing BlazBlue, Persona 4 Arena, and even Dragon Ball FighterZ, Arc System Works what was great about Guilty Gear then builds upon it. Celebrating the series’ 20th anniversary, Arc System Works rereleased both the first and t...[Read More]