History Videogame / GuiltyGear

24th Apr '17 6:20:43 PM Superjustinbros
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* RandomNumberGod: The Fishing mode in ''Xrd -REVELATOR-''. Spend World Dollars earned in-game to unlock items for cheaper than if they were bought in the in-game store[[note]]W$200 per item instead of W$000-W$10,000, W$200,000 in the case of unlocking Raven[[/note]]. The outcome of what you earn is randomized, and items that exist in more plentiful numbers (primarily Guild Icons, which are purely cosmetic, and Sprays in the Digital Figure mode, which grant access to PaletteSwap[=s=]) are more commonly won, and the contents of Digital Figure mode are exclusively won from fishing.

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* RandomNumberGod: The Fishing mode in ''Xrd -REVELATOR-''. Spend World Dollars earned in-game to unlock items for cheaper than if they were bought in the in-game store[[note]]W$200 per item instead of W$000-W$10,000, W$1,000-W$10,000, W$200,000 in the case of unlocking Raven[[/note]]. The outcome of what you earn is randomized, and items that exist in more plentiful numbers (primarily Guild Icons, which are purely cosmetic, and Sprays in the Digital Figure mode, which grant access to PaletteSwap[=s=]) are more commonly won, and the contents of Digital Figure mode are exclusively won from fishing.
21st Apr '17 10:03:25 AM Perelandra
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* GodIsEvil: The Universal Will, which fried all human electronics in 1999, and summons Valentines to destroy humanity.

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* GodIsEvil: The Universal Will, which fried all human electronics in 1999, and summons Valentines to destroy humanity. [[spoiler: Subverted in that it isn't actually God per se, but rather a rogue magical A.I.]]
3rd Apr '17 6:56:46 AM Perelandra
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** Sol's [[SuperMode Dragon]] [[DeadlyUpgrade Install]] Overdrive in the same game has its own theme, "Ride the Fire", sounded off with a MetalScream of "'''''LET IT OUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUT!'''''" Even after Dragon Install wears off, the music will continue playing until the end of the round.

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** Sol's [[SuperMode Dragon]] [[DeadlyUpgrade Install]] Overdrive in the same game has its own theme, "Ride the Fire", sounded off with a MetalScream of "'''''LET IT OUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUT!'''''" "'''''READY OR NOOOOOOOOOOOT!'''''"[[note]]Unfortunately, due to some badly-worded lyrics the vocalist actually says "'''READY OOOOOOOR!'''" Even after Dragon Install wears off, the music will continue playing until the end of the round.
30th Mar '17 12:14:07 PM Perelandra
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* AlternateUniverse: Axl's strange condition unwittingly lands him in various historical periods without warning, including a war-torn future in his second ''AC+'' story path. For that matter, the world of ''Guilty Gear'' may very well be an alternate course of history from Axl's point of view. The inclusion of I-No, [[TimeMaster who knows the difficultly arcane art of time travel]], in ''XX'' takes things further down the rabbit hole, as she deliberately sends certain characters back in time to screw with them or, in Sol's case, [[TemporalParadox try to erase them from the timestream]]. [[spoiler:She's even responsible for an utterly cataclysmic BadFuture, [[ForTheEvulz motivated by nothing more than sheer whimsy]]--and Xrd dials it past 11 to break the amplifier in half when it is revealed that Axl not only the same TimeMaster powers as I-No, he could also alter reality on a whim and in fact may have [[UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom unknowingly erased his original timeline from existence]] due to his accidental timeslips.]]

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* AlternateUniverse: Axl's strange condition unwittingly lands him in various historical periods without warning, including a war-torn future in his second ''AC+'' story path. For that matter, the world of ''Guilty Gear'' may very well be an alternate course of history from Axl's point of view. The inclusion of I-No, [[TimeMaster who knows the difficultly arcane art of time travel]], in ''XX'' takes things further down the rabbit hole, as she deliberately sends certain characters back in time to screw with them or, in Sol's case, [[TemporalParadox try to erase them from the timestream]]. [[spoiler:She's even responsible for an utterly cataclysmic BadFuture, [[ForTheEvulz motivated by nothing more than sheer whimsy]]--and Xrd ''Xrd'' dials it past 11 to break the amplifier in half when it is revealed that Axl not only has the same TimeMaster powers as I-No, he could also alter reality on a whim and in fact may have [[UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom unknowingly erased his original timeline from existence]] due to his accidental timeslips.]]
30th Mar '17 9:30:08 AM Perelandra
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* AlternateUniverse: Axl's strange condition unwittingly lands him in various historical periods without warning, including a war-torn future in his second ''AC+'' story path. For that matter, the world of ''Guilty Gear'' may very well be an alternate course of history from Axl's point of view. The inclusion of I-No, [[TimeMaster who knows the difficultly arcane art of time travel]], in ''XX'' takes things further down the rabbit hole, as she deliberately sends certain characters back in time to screw with them or, in Sol's case, [[TemporalParadox try to erase them from the timestream]]. [[spoiler:She's even responsible for an utterly cataclysmic BadFuture, [[ForTheEvulz motivated by nothing more than sheer whimsy!]]]]

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* AlternateUniverse: Axl's strange condition unwittingly lands him in various historical periods without warning, including a war-torn future in his second ''AC+'' story path. For that matter, the world of ''Guilty Gear'' may very well be an alternate course of history from Axl's point of view. The inclusion of I-No, [[TimeMaster who knows the difficultly arcane art of time travel]], in ''XX'' takes things further down the rabbit hole, as she deliberately sends certain characters back in time to screw with them or, in Sol's case, [[TemporalParadox try to erase them from the timestream]]. [[spoiler:She's even responsible for an utterly cataclysmic BadFuture, [[ForTheEvulz motivated by nothing more than sheer whimsy!]]]]whimsy]]--and Xrd dials it past 11 to break the amplifier in half when it is revealed that Axl not only the same TimeMaster powers as I-No, he could also alter reality on a whim and in fact may have [[UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom unknowingly erased his original timeline from existence]] due to his accidental timeslips.]]
8th Feb '17 9:16:59 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
** When in battle, Raven is the ''king'' of this trope, what with being a very good-looking CombatSadomasochist whose reactions during matches can be ''very'' easily equalled to InterplayOfSexAndViolence - and none are censored ''at all''. The following one is one of MANY innuendos coming from him:
-->'''Sin''' [hits Raven with his [[OneHitKill Instant Kill]]: "Buckle up, 'cause I'm going all out!"
-->'''Raven''' [with [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything quite the crooked smile and his eyes almost crossed]] ]: "[[TooKinkyToTorture Finish me, YES! Finish me!]]"
** One of Leo Whitefangs's win quotes manages to pull a YourMom joke:
-->"There are only two entries in my dictionary for inimitable: Your mother's apple pie, and muy skill"
2nd Feb '17 1:50:43 PM Tractical_Chunder
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** ''Xrd'' And ''Revelator'' have a fair heaping of it as well.



** ''Xrd'' newcomer Elphelt is an oddity among the entire cast in that she relies heavily on guns to keep opponents at bay, [[StanceSystem wielding a shotgun and a sniper rifle]]. Players have to enter a specific command to have Elphelt line up her shots and then have to manually aim before firing. Unless a reload command is input, Elphelt will immediately stow away her weapon until its next use. She also has a move where she pulls the pin on a grenade with a three second timer. Actually ''throwing'' the grenade is a separate command, so it can explode in her pocket if the player forgets to throw it.

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** All of the Valentines in ''Xrd'' have some kind of unique mechanic based on another genre of gaming. Ramlethal has canned combos similar to other fighting games like MortalKombat, Elphelt primarily [[ThirdPersonShooter uses guns]], and from ''Revelator'' Jack'O takes advantage of [[MultiplayerOnlineBattleArena Servants.]]
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''Xrd'' newcomer Elphelt is an oddity among the entire cast in that she relies heavily on guns to keep opponents at bay, [[StanceSystem wielding a shotgun and a sniper rifle]]. Players have to enter a specific command to have Elphelt line up her shots and then have to manually aim before firing. Unless a reload command is input, Elphelt will immediately stow away her weapon until its next use. She also has a move where she pulls the pin on a grenade with a three second timer. Actually ''throwing'' the grenade is a separate command, so it can explode in her pocket if the player forgets to throw it.



* MonumentalDamage: Among the rest of the SceneryGorn present, the [[http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20111104153803/guilty-gear/images/d/d5/Back_gg_sol.gif A Country stage]] in ''[=GG1=]'' features the detached head and upper torso of the Statue of Liberty, indicating that Sol's stage is set in the dilapidated ruins of New York City. By the time of ''Xrd'', however, [[http://www.siliconera.com/2013/08/12/taking-venom-and-ky-for-a-spin-in-guilty-gear-xrd-sign/ the Statue seems to have been rebuilt.]]

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* MonumentalDamage: Among the rest of the SceneryGorn present, the [[http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20111104153803/guilty-gear/images/d/d5/Back_gg_sol.gif A Country stage]] in ''[=GG1=]'' features the detached head and upper torso to rso of the Statue of Liberty, indicating that Sol's stage is set in the dilapidated ruins of New York City. By the time of ''Xrd'', however, [[http://www.siliconera.com/2013/08/12/taking-venom-and-ky-for-a-spin-in-guilty-gear-xrd-sign/ the Statue seems to have been be getting rebuilt.]]
2nd Feb '17 12:07:16 PM Tractical_Chunder
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* MusicalThemeNaming: And how! Nearly every character, many attacks, and even certain game mechanics are named after famous bands or musicians.
24th Jan '17 7:10:21 PM HiroProtagonest
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* CapcomSequelStagnation: ''Guilty Gear XX'' saw five updated releases between 2002 and 2012 - at first just because the assets were still good, but after ''Accent Core'' it was because the rights to the franchise got weird. Each update did add more to the game, though. Altogether the ''XX'' series has had six revisions (''XX'', ''#Reload'', ''Slash'', ''Accent Core'', ''Accent Core Plus'', and ''Accent Core Plus R'').

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* CapcomSequelStagnation: ''Guilty Gear XX'' saw five updated releases between 2002 and 2012 - at first just because the assets were still good, but after ''Accent Core'' it was because the rights to the franchise got weird. Each update did add more to the game, though. Altogether the ''XX'' series has had six revisions (''XX'', ''#Reload'', ''Slash'', ''Accent Core'', ''Accent Core Plus'', and ''Accent Core Plus R'').
23rd Jan '17 5:17:58 AM SolidSonicTH
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* CapcomSequelStagnation: ''Guilty Gear XX'' saw five updated releases between 2002 and 2012 - at first just because the assets were still good, but after ''Accent Core'' it was because the rights to the franchise got weird. Each update did add more to the game, though.

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* CapcomSequelStagnation: ''Guilty Gear XX'' saw five updated releases between 2002 and 2012 - at first just because the assets were still good, but after ''Accent Core'' it was because the rights to the franchise got weird. Each update did add more to the game, though. Altogether the ''XX'' series has had six revisions (''XX'', ''#Reload'', ''Slash'', ''Accent Core'', ''Accent Core Plus'', and ''Accent Core Plus R'').
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