Guilty Gear fans can look forward to a double helping of the cult-hit series with Guilty Gear Judgment on the PSP and Guilty Gear Dust Strikers on the DS. Guilty Gear Judgment goes with the traditional, but equally fast-paced Guilty Gear style found in X2 #Reload on the Xbox. On the other hand, Guilty Gear Dust Strikers (ironically) takes many of its features from the PS2
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