Guilty Gear X2
Guilty Gear X2, otherwise called Guilty Gear XX (Japanese: ギルティギア イグゼクス, Hepburn: Giruti Gia Iguzekusu) and captioned The Midnight Carnival in Japan, is a battling game created by Arc System Works and distributed by Sammy Studios.
The third principle portion of the Guilty Gear arrangement, Guilty Gear X2 assisted the plot of the arrangement, just as presented new characters and interactivity mechanics. A continuation of Guilty Gear X, it was reported in January 2002, and was delivered on May 23, 2002, for the arcades. It was subsequently ported to the PlayStation 2 and distributed in North America and Europe.
The PlayStation 2 rendition of Guilty Gear X2 sold well in Japan; more than 140,000 duplicates were sold somewhere in the range of 2002 and 2004. Notwithstanding the public gathering, the game has been adulated by computer game pundits. A few viewpoints were complimented, the most perceptible being its interactivity, visuals, music, and new increments from Guilty Gear X, the second game in the arrangement. Some considered it the best title of the arrangement, of the year, and surprisingly extraordinary compared to other battling games, time. Since its delivery, it has gotten five refreshed variants, each offering extra highlights over the past forms.