By David Craddock
The revolution in 2D gaming we’ve all been waiting for is here: [i]Guilty Gear Osaka[/i] has gone gold, and PlayStation 2 fans will be happy to hear that they’ll be able to play it exclusively on their system.
[i]Guilty Gear Osaka[/i] is the newest sequel in the critically acclaimed series, and it promises to raise all standards for 2D fighters, a rare but still-popular niche in video gaming. The game will feature 4-player simultaneous play, the ability to program your own fighter, and a 2-player side-scrolling game. [i]Guilty Gear Osaka[/i] is rated “T” for Teen and is slated for release on November 2 of this year. The MSRP is $49.95.
“Guilty Gear Isuka is the long-awaited sequel in this critically acclaimed series, one that fans have been anticipating for nearly two years,” said Tim Pivnicny, senior VP of Sales & Marketing, Sammy Studios, Inc. Pivnicny continues to hype the uPComing game, saying the “tremendous excitement behind this title stems from a number of groundbreaking features being introduced to the series.
Additions such as four-player mode and a programmable fighter to what many already consider a premier fighting game series makes Guilty Gear Isuka the 2D fighting title to own for this generation’s gamers.”
For more information on [i]Osaka[/i], head to [a]http://www.guiltygeargame.com[aa]the official website[/a].