Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R

A little late than never, we got our hands on Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R on Steam so it’s time to give it our review. Now right from the start the opening cutscene seems really well done, showing off yet again the characters you expect to see in the Guilty Gear franchise; from Sol Badguy to Ky, and Bridget the notorious dude who looks like a lady that has had many a young boy questioning their sexuality.

Nah, I’m kidding, but when they reveal Bridget as a guy it does get pretty hilarious.Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R Now once we get to the menu I’m slightly confused, as I have music blaring into my headset and it’s really hard to navigate and focus with it. But at long last I found the options menu, only to discover the sound is not there for whatever reason. I noticed afterward that the sound is a completely separate option, and lowered the sound. It seems ridiculous though, not to have all the options in one spot.

You would think that with a port they would do a little more fine-tuning and make sure it’s all good, but they couldn’t be bothered with that. So after that, we move into the training mode where we just get a feel for the controls. Just like all the previous Guilty Gear titles, there is nothing wrong with them. The game controls fine and it’s very responsive. In fact, I’d go as far as to say it responds better than the previous titles did, and was really easy to pick up.Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R

So now it’s time we break into its Story Mode playing as my favorite character, Ky (mainly because of his notable blue and white outfit that is the reverse of my own coat). Loading up with Ky I get a feel for the story and its general setup is a bit disappointing. They just move the characters’ faces over the top of the screen to signify who is talking, before going to combat. The most ridiculous part about the entire thing is that there is a robotic Ky now who begins to shout almost religiously that data is the only truth of the universe. Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus RBut the robotics Ky designs is literally one of the worst things I have ever seen in general for the anime-styled characters, as well as it using the trope that because it was based on the original and it’s a robot it must be superior.

Conclusion: Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R is pretty solid for a fighting-style title, but it ultimately lacks the appeal of a promising story. It also suffers from poor menu management. Other than that, it remains solid overall.


Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R


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