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PSA: Guilty Gear Vita does not have online play


1:45 PM on 04.24.2013
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I'm currently working my way through Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R for review (which came out yesterday for the PlayStation Vita), and I came across a major issue: there's no online play. Despite the fact that online modes were advertised in a prior trailer for the Vita version of the game, it appears as if the capability is nowhere to be found -- a fact that has been confirmed by developer Arc System Works.

Right now, there's no word on why the trailer advertised this missing functionality outside of a "language issue." Arc System Works hasn't confirmed whether or not the mode will ever make it on the Vita, so for now, take this fairly disappointing news as you will.

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