GUILTY GEAR XX ACCENT CORE PLUS R
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About this game
Developer: Arc System Works
Content Rating: Teen
The epitome of the 2D Fighting Game "GUILTY GEAR XX" series, the definitive piece: "GUILTY GEAR XX ACCENT CORE PLUS R" is now on Nintendo Switch! The duel returns... Enjoy the world of GUILTY GEAR with the "Story" mode. Share the controller with a friend and battle head-to-head with the "VS.2P" mode; Compete and reach for the hi-score with the "M.O.M" mode, and many more. A total of 13 game modes to choose from! In addition, online networking has been reworked to now allow spectating! And also, the special BGM soundtracks from GUILTY GEAR XX #RELOAD Korean version is also now included! Further on, you can switch the game versions in the options menu to play the "GUILTY GEAR XX ACCENT CORE" version! Good fights never age.
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For fighting game fans, Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R really is a must. It may not be the best looking fighting game available on Switch, and the lack of a tutorial mode is a shame, but the combat is up there with the best, and there’s so much content that for its budget price it’s a bit of a bargain. Fighting games just don’t get much better than Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R, and that’s all you need to know.
This is an unapologetic and over-the-top fighter that, despite not being as newcomer-friendly as more recent entries, is still very entertaining and rewarding after you spend some time learning how to play it. Guilty Gear‘s debut on the Switch is a great one, and makes me look forward to what Arc System Works will bring next for the system.
O maior elogio que se pode fazer a Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R é que para além de representar um legado especial na série, nunca estará totalmente datado e será sempre recomendável até para novos jogadores, algo de que muito poucos jogos de luta se podem orgulhar. De certa forma, é a representação perfeita em jogo dos clássicos de rock dos anos 70, 80 e 90 que a série tanto glorifica nas suas referências.