Legendary fighting franchise Guilty Gear has come roaring back onto the latest console generation with a real monster of a sequel. Sporting brand-new visuals and an entire arsenal of new gameplay mechanics, there's a hell (or heaven!?) of a lot to talk about. We've assembled a worthy team of fighting game veterans to tell you everything you need to know before stepping back into the crazy anime world of Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-.
Aksys Games recently had to delay the limited edition of Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- due to strikes at the Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach. The publisher worked on confirming a new date, and earlier today it was announced that the limited edition will now be available in North America on December 23. More after the jump.
Looking for an easy way to try out the next installment of the excellent Guilty Gear series from Arc System Works? Guilty Gear Xrd: Sign is headed for a December release for Western gamers, but you don’t have to wait that long to see if you’re going to love it (and you probably will!) Hit the jump to find out more!
Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- is coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 next month, and Arc System Works has a whopper of a trailer to prepare everyone. Watch the extensive overview after the jump.
We've just got a little over a month to go before the North American release of Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign-, which got an official release date around this time last month. Watch as Arc System Works shows off some of the anime story scenes in the video after the jump.
After previewing the limited edition version last month, Aksys Games announced an official release date for Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign-. The Arc System Works fighter hits PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in North America on December 16 in both standard and limited flavors. Trailer and more after the jump.
Arc System Works has posted their Tokyo Game show trailer for Guilty Gear Xrd: Sign. Joining the crew as they get ready to throw down in Unreal Engine 3 implemented 3D fighting action is Elfeldt. This Aya Suzaki (Kill La Kill's Mako) voiced character is offered with the first press of the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 fighting game and later for 800yen. Get a look after the jump.
Aksys Games is bringing Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 this holiday season, and the fighter will also be available in a limited edition package in North America. The special release, which is $69.99 on PlayStation 3 and $79.99 on PlayStation 4, is now up for pre-order. Hit the jump for more.
Meet Elfeldt, Guilty Gear Xrd: Sign new DLC character offered with the first press of the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 fighting game and later for 800yen. Aya Suzaki voices the character, who uses a rifle for long range attacks and shotgun for up close. Arc System Works aims to offer a FPS-like experience with the characte'rs firearm mechanics. Get a look after the jump.
4Gamer has posted a look at Arc System Works'sUnreal Engine 3 implemented transition from 2D animation to 3D for Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-. This prototyping progress kicked off in 2011 before full development began in 2012. The new sizzle video from the game's demo shows the result of this work. Get a look after the jump.
Famitsu's website posted the first screenshots of Sin Kiske, the latest addition to the Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- roster. The son of Ky and Dizzy can't fight as well on an empty stomach, so he'll need to replenish a corresponding meter to pull off special moves. Hit the jump for a peek.
Following Aksys Games' recent confirmation that Guilty Gear Xrd SIGN is coming to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in North America this fall, a trailer accompanied a playable version at this week's E3. Get a look after the jump.
Publisher Aksys Games confirmed plans to bring Guilty Gear Xrd SIGN to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in North America this fall. There's currently no word on its release in other western territories, but hopefully we'll hear something soon. Hit the jump for more!
HEAVEN OR HELL?! This is just one of many questions you'll be shouting aloud as you watch the Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign- arcade opening, which developer Arc System Works recently popped online. Watch the fighter's roster prepare to get rowdy after the jump.