Guilty Gear [Japanese]
Guilty Gear (Japanese: ギルティギア, Hepburn: Giruti Gia), subtitled The Missing Link in Japan, is a 2D fighting video game developed by Team Neo Blood, an Arc System Works production group led by Daisuke Ishiwatari, and published by Arc System Works. First released on May 14, 1998, for the PlayStation, it is the first installment in the series of the same name. Set in a world destroyed by a war between humans and bio-organic weapons called Gears, it follows ten fighters as they enter a tournament ostensibly held to select members for the second Sacred Order of Holy Knights; in truth, Testament is using the blood of fallen fighters to resurrect Justice, the leader of the Gears who had been sealed away. Its gameplay consists of one-on-one fights, with a main four-button configuration, featuring special moves and instant kill techniques, as well as three different playable modes.Rating: T - Teen
Players: 2Updated: 2020-02-10
Publisher: Arc System Works Co., Ltd.