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I just wish there was a little more animation in the backgrounds, like Street Fighter 2 used to have. Even the rapid-fire set-up screens are amazing to behold, so there's never a dull moment. If there's one thing that turns me off about Guilty Gear, it's the energetic but utterly forgettable guitar-grinding soundtrack. Guilty Gear XX Accent Core doesn't represent a big step forward for the series, but it's probably the definitive version of the game.
These days, you really don't have many choices when it comes to new 2D fighting games for your home consoles, but Guilty Gear XX Accent Core should offer enough action and variety for most fans of this sort of game. If you're new to the series, you may be taken aback by just how strange its characters are, as well as by the twitchy, fast-paced gameplay dominated by long strings of combination attacks. Nevertheless, you'll get used to it quickly enough. If you're a Guilty Gear veteran, you'll probably find enough to like about Accent Core to make it worth your while, too.