Welcome in a brand new tournament where you will have to defeat redoubtable opponents in amazing fights. A new gear, the strong Leopaldon, is threatening the world and you will have to stop him!
Other modes are included, like Robo-Ky II Factory, where you can customize your Robo-Ky II and improve its skills and techniques, and GG Boost Mode, a side scrolling adventure where your character will have to defeat waves of enemies increasingly powerful! The classic Guilty Gear atmosphere is still there, and you will be very familiar with voices, sound effects, heavy metal soundtrack, animations, backgrounds and characters designed by Daisuke Ishiwatari!
Welcome back in the fantastic Guilty Gear universe!
> Play on your own, or with friends in cooperative or classic multiplayer modes!
> Amazing graphics and colorful effects, Guilty Gear Isuka is a feast for the eyes.
> Play with classic Guilty Gear series characters or try the new one: A.B.A!
> New play modes included: Robo-Ky II Factory and GG Boost Mode.
- Processor: 1 GHz
- Graphic card: 32 MB
- RAM: 256 MB
- Hard drive: 500 MB
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[06/02/2013 - 10:50]Re: Guilty Gear Isuka
When I made my earlier comment (which I can't delete for some reason), I was unaware of the seperate configuration option that comes with the game. It turns out you can map the buttons, enable analog triggers, and use the d-pad provided you know how to use the settings.
[06/01/2013 - 08:57]Re: Guilty Gear Isuka
Overall not a bad game, but the port leaves a bit to be desired. The buttons are akwardly mapped (the Start/Pause action is mapped to the click of the right control stick and cannot be remapped in the game's menu) and, as with every DotEmu game I have played, the d-pad and analog triggers don't work. Not a complete dealbreaker but it really bogs the value down.
[05/30/2013 - 17:26]Re: Guilty Gear Isuka
One of the few very good fighting games available for PC. Pretty stylish anime inspired graphics, awesome moves and attacks, an interesting character roster, LOW hardware requirements, and automaps to most USB gamepads.