Guilty Gear X
Guilty Gear X (Japanese: ギルティギア ゼクス, Hepburn: Giruti Gia Zekusu), captioned By Your Side in Japan, is a battling game created by Arc System Works and distributed by Sammy Studios.
The second portion of the Guilty Gear arrangement, Guilty Gear X was created over a time of around two years after the primary game’s prosperity. It was delivered in July 2000 for Japanese arcades, re-delivered on Dreamcast in December 2000, and later ported to PlayStation 2 in November 2001 and Game Boy Advance in January 2002.
Guilty Gear X proceeds with its archetype’s timetable with new characters and ongoing interaction highlights. A four-button game, its moment execute strategies were debilitated and an endurance mode was added to the past game’s three modes. The Dreamcast and PS2 variants have sold more than 100,000 duplicates in Japan; they have been lauded for their designs, controls and characters however censured for their absence of replay esteem. The GBA form was the most unfortunate gotten, with the primary grumblings concerning straightforwardness and illustrations.