Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- Crack/Patch

Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-, the newest entry of the critically acclaimed and revolutionary Guilty Gear fighting game series, will be available this holiday season. Celebrating its rich 16-year history as one of the most innovative fighting games ever, Guilty Gear Xrd-SIGN- brings its completely redesigned, extreme style and unique 3D animation to players everywhere!

Download Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 86 / 100
User rating
7.4
Downloads 901
Genre Action, Fighting, 2D
Company / Developer
Arc System Works / Arc System Works

Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- reviews ( 2 )

smilzoboboz, Jan 10, 2016

My review may be biased by the year I waited craving to play this game that was a console exclusive but I guess it's fine... Anyways, the game is a gem: extremely good mechanics, extremely good graphics, extremely good music, various and interesting "game" modes, unlockables, actually working netplay. Now, in detail. Guilty Gear Xrd mechanics are probably "weaker" than Guilty Gear XX^core+R but still on a top tier level, they gave more freedom on Roman Cancels use and found a good way to make them netplay-viable, most old mechanics like Faultless Defence, Gatling Combos and Instant Kills are still there just like they were on previous titles and overall they feel extremely solid. Game artwork/graphic is amazing. You play full-fledged 3D models and you almost can't tell they actually are 3D models instead of hand-drawn sprites until the camera pans/zooms for special events... amazing. As always character design is flawless, animations are good (anime-styled deformations and such included) and generally speaking, the tech/workflow behind such an amazing result is most likely going to be used as example in the future by developers. Music is good, yep. Ishiwatari Daisuke strikes again. Now, about game modes. You think you're buying a fighting game, but you actually buy a fighting game, an in-game graphic animated visual novel/anime and a nice fighting RPG (M.O.M. mode), not to mention the Bonus Soundtrack (which is not Guilty Gear Xrd Soundtrack, it's a Bonus Sountrack for real). Finally, netcode. I can't say the netcode has no issues, but I was able to play smooth matches with friends I know I ping good against. For fighting games netcodes are almost always "the hard test", mostly because it's the one thing you can't beta test enough and that tends to change a lot moving from different consoles or PC. So, well, it's not that bad, not that good either, definitely playable on a good level if both players have a good ping.

Fuini, Dec 19, 2015

Based on steam forum you have one chance out of two : either multiplayer works, either not and you are screwed. The game is pretty good, but for me the multiplayer does not work (oh and I'm a 10 years experienced dev / sysadmin so it's not my PC), and no one ever buy this sort of game for solo