While much of Guilty Gear's fun and charm remains intact, limited content and dated assets make it difficult to recommend over its more contemporary peers.
While Jump Force gave me it's few hours of fun, with it's repetitive story missions the only mode keeping it alive is it's online mode and the announcement of a season pass bringing in extra characters.
An okay game but not worth the price tag and likely the worst in the series.
With Super Smash Bros Ultimate's release date upon us. I discuss my love for the franchise and it's incredible evolution into the new generation.
A cross between worlds.
The classic Neo Geo fighter is back in action for modern consoles. A straight port of Samurai Shodown V Special that carries all of the good, as well as the bad.
Although it takes a very large chunk of inspiration from other media, it still provides entertaining game play.
As a package, this game only delivers a little bit, in a very specific manner, so it's hard to rate it as anything too high. It can't be saved by charm alone I'm afraid.
With this game taking place amongst the masses within its genre, can it fit itself with them at the top or be hidden within the depths?
A divided audience.