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Guilty Gear: Accent Core Plus goes out with some triple play action


9:20 AM on 01.28.2009
Guilty Gear: Accent Core Plus goes out with some triple play action photo



The arrival of Guilty Gear: Accent Core Plus was inevitable. Us Guilty Gear fans will latch onto to just about anything that manages to make its way over here, save for Isuka and Dust Strikers. Oh, the horrible memories.

But let's ignore those! There's a fairly simple reason why you should buy the update to Guilty Gear: Accent Core: It has a story mode. The story mode, apart from being a new mode to play through, helps flesh out more details about the characters' backstories, and all the cutscenes are fully voiced, which is a nice treat.

The game will be coming out on Wii, PSP, and PS2. When the game was originally ported to the PSP, they added in a 3 on 3 tag team battle mode, which seems to be in all three of these versions coming over. While this is the end of the Guilty Gear line for now, at least it's a good showing. 

All I can say is: Moar Bridget, plz






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