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12-Minute Overview Trailer for Guilty Gear Xrd –Sign-

Arc System Works has just released a lengthy trailer for the next installment in the Guilty Gear series of fighting games, Guilty Gear Xrd –Sign-. The new game is notable for using the Unreal Engine 3, which enhanced its normally 2D cel-shaded visuals and allowed for camera cuts that make the gameplay look like anime cutscenes.

As for the trailer, we weren’t kidding when we said “lengthy.” The whole video clocks in at 12 minutes, providing an extensive overview of the game and hopefully telling you everything you need to know if you’re still on the fence about scoring a copy:

North America to Get Limited Edition of Guilty Gear Xrd –SIGN-

Those of you who are planning to get Aksys Games’ action packed anime-style 2D fighting game Guilty Gear Xrd –SIGN- when it comes out this holiday season should check if you have a little bit extra, as you might want to try and stretch the budget a little bit for the limited edition package designed for release in North America. The LE edition is priced at $69.99 for the PS3 and $79.99 for the PS4, and is now available for pre-order.

The Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- limited edition comes packed with the following:

New Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- Trailer


Arc System Works has just shown the second official trailer for Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- at the recent Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia (SCEJA) press conference, which was held last September 9th, 2013.

According to series creator/artist/composer/voice of main character Sol Badguy Daisuke Ishiwatari, he is planning to use the latest installment in the Guilty Gear series of fighting games as a “fresh start” for the property, hoping to broaden their audience by attracting newcomers while retaining the things that made the Guilty Gear series so popular among gamers.

Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- is notable for running on the Unreal Engine, which is commonly used for 3D games (as it is originally for a 3D FPS), while actually looking as 2D as its predecessors albeit with much higher resolution and with 3D panning cameras in some scenes. In fact, if you just look at the trailer, you can be forgiven for mistaking it as 2D animated FMV instead of in-game footage. You can check out the video below:

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