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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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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. In fact, I may go so far as to say it beats many 3-D fighters such as Soul Calibur II because I've played that too and I scoffed at the 2-D fighters at the time. However, once I laied hands on Guilty Gear, I haven't gone back.
Let me tell you people who read the same things I did, that Isuka is not the Guilty Gear you want.
Controls are frustrating (manually turn your character around in 2d...?) and the actual gaming experience is survival mode. There is no arcade mode. What you get is something that looks like arcade mode, but has something called a 'daredevil.' Whenever you are doing well against one on one opponents, suddenly the word 'daredevil' flashes across the screen. It interrupts your battle, and suddenly you have to fight two or three different characters at once (with no health recovery) instead. Oh, and you can chain daredevils... until your fighting score hits 100 and the 'daredevil' is a boss named Leopold who is invulnerable except for his head. Not good times.
Let me repeat one last time: this is not the Guilty Gear you want to buy. Try Guilty Gear XX Accent Core instead.
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- The annoyance of having to turn your character around
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