Awesome Music: Guilty Gear

Guilty Gear is Awesome Music incarnate.

Guilty Gear: The Missing Link

The first game in the series has undistilled RAW Rock, and it's still awesome.

Guilty Gear X: By Your Side

The second game in the series now features distilled rock music. (Note: in its original arcade release it had synthetised music instead of pre-recorded. Not that it was bad. The ones linked below are from the Hard Rock Tracks version of the console versions.)

Guilty Gear XX/X2: The Midnight Carnival

The tracks from the third game in the series are the ones everybody is most familiar with.

XX/X2 Korean versions

Guilty Gear Slash/Accent Core
  • The new intro Launch Out.
  • While composed by Masaomi Kikuchi (who already had scored some tunes in Isuka) instead of Daisuke Ishiwatari Keep in Gates, the theme of Canon Immigrant A.B.A. is still good in its own right.
  • Get Down To Business, the theme of Order Sol. This theme screams "You are about to get royally fucked up." Then it turns into something out of a western tavern-brawl scene. It came back at GGxBB Music Live 2011, and the new rendition is incredibly groovy.
  • And finally, the Order Sol vs. Ky theme Keep The Flag Flying.

Guilty Gear Isuka

The Spin-Off game, while very unbalanced, still got awesome music. In addition to the series main composer Daisuke Ishiwatari, there also Tetsuya Ohuchi and Yoshino Kusano, who scored various menu themes and other misc. music, and Masaomi Kikuchi, who scored the A.B.A. theme and half of the Boost mode themes.

Guilty Gear 2: Overture



In fewer words, Daisuke Ishiwatari: we love you.