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Guilty Gear Isuka - PlayStation 2

by Sega
PlayStation2
Teen
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews) 73 / 100

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  • ASIN: B0002WYUC0
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 18, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,613 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Guilty Gear Isuka delves into a world where tournaments are held between human warriors and the enhanced fighting machines called Gears. It features revolutionary upgrades to the acclaimed series with 4-player simultaneous play, deep customization and all-new game modes. A full list of new characters and 2-on-2, 3-on-1 and 2-player co-op battles combine with exciting side-scrolling action for blazing high-speed fighting action!

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very nice, but... February 25, 2005
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I've been playing Guilty Gear XX before playing this and I must say, it felt akward in the transition. Fans of previous GG iderations may be a little shock with the new 4 player system. There are two things that will throw off a Guilty Gear veteran when they first pick up Isuka: 1) You have to manualy swap which direction you face because of the possibility of having multiple enemies on either side of you and 2) There is now a foreground and a background space that you can swap between. However, while akward at firs, you'll get used to it. In fact, the background-foreground can be utilized very effectively for teams or suprise strategies because what lies in one of the plains is unaffected by the other.

There is also a new feature unique from its predecessors which is "Robo-KyII Factory" where you can customize a Robo-Ky with special attacks borrowed from the other characters (which can lead to bizzare instances such as if you equipped him with Slayer's blood-sucking ability) in addition to being able to tamper with his stats like speed, attack, life, ect.

I was somewhat dissapointed at the lack of story mode like in the other Guilty Gear games.

All in all though,this game is meant for multi-player. There is pretty limited single-play options, but the multiplay is terrific. While one may think the action will be WAY too hectic seeing to it that other 1v1 iderations of Guilty Gear were already pretty insane. However, the creators managed to make it all work out. How? Can't say, I just does :P But to be able to have "scenarios" between the players imgination by having "dream match-ups" like Sol and Ky vs. Millia and Eddie is simply awesome.

This game blows any other 2-D fighter out of the water with its bizzare characters and great fighting system.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Bad version of X2 August 6, 2007
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
Well, let's compare the awsome X2 with this version.
Here we get:

- The annoyance of having to turn your character around
- Uglier stages, one stage is so bright it's hard to see which way Zappa is facing
- 4 character battle, which is kinda fun
- No story mode (or at least not near as good as X2)
- "2" new characters
- The exact same charactersprites and combos as before
- Character screen that is so small you have trouble finding the character you want to play with

Really, just skip this game and get X2. This is just an uglier version with some extras that just aren't worth it.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best 2D fighting series made today November 3, 2004
Durability: 2.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 2.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I'm really surprised this series is still so unknown. I've been playing Street Fighter installments for over a decade and I own every Capcom 2D fighting game for the PS1 and PS2. Hands down, Guilty Gear's the best in graphics and gameplay. In a sense, it's what I would imagine Samurai Showdown to become if it had evolved. I'd really thought 2D fighters were dying out a couple years ago before I picked up Guilty Gear X and I was wrong. And each sequel adds more depth and innovation. For instance, GGX had a solid cast, graphics, gameplay and the inclusion of a blockable Instakill move that could be attempted once in a round. Each Instakill was unique to that character and all were entertaining. GGX2 had all that plus more characters, unlockable ex versions of the characters from the previous game and sp (gold) alternate characters with their own attributes. The effects and depth of vs matches were so impressive, especially with further ways to alter your fighter from its regular version and now a four player fight fest? Forget about it. I don't even see anything on the horizon that will knock this king off his throne IMO. Luckily, this being a fairly little known hit hasn't seemed to hurt the series since they're on the 3rd game on the PS2 and still innovating the gameplay. Get this game while you can because Guilty Gear games become pretty rare after a year or so and don't go on Greatest Hits.
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Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
Following the well-acredited franchise after X2, Guilty Gear Isuka takes a drastic overall from its focused fighting approach into a more arcade-styled, side-scrolling one. With that being said, this is so far the ONLY game of the franchise that actually lives up to its title - being "Guilty" for being horrible; hands down the worst of the series.

Regardless of your fighting genre skill level going into this game, when compared to X2, Isuka is downright awful. Mechanic-wise, the biggest and most noticable flaw is the fact that players must get used to switching a character's facing direction, an aspect that WILL find you many game overs, time and time again - simply by forgeting to press a button. This alone is the biggest reason many fighting gamers shelf this title after several short playthroughs. The rest of the game's features include a side-scroller mode ala Streets of Rage style and a Build-a-Fighter (using moves from all the characters). Unique in their own way, their appeal is, however, very short lived.

The 4-player VS aspect doesn't help the replay value, either, forcing players to filter through the chaos on one screen as they switch between two linear 2D planes of the field to attack, aid or hurt (that's right) their own teammates in the process of hurting the opposition.

The only GOOD mark about Isuka? The music. Always has been a highlight of the franchise, but overall, avoid this game. For a better, cooler, and garenteed experience with a long-lasting replay value, pick up the more recent titles of the series, "Guilty Gear Accent Core," or its updated version "Guilty Gear Accent Core PLUS".
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