Heaven or Hell? Let’s rock!
Good news for our European readers. Zen United, a consulting firm that translates Japanese proprieties for European market is planning on releasing Guilty Gear Accent Core Plus in a Collector’s Edition in the UK and Greater Europe for the Wii, PS2 and PSP. The Collector’s Edition will have the following new gameplay features:
• Huge story mode that allows you to explore the back stories of your favourite Guilty Gear characters.
• Retuned and rebalanced fighting system making Accent Core PLUS the definitive instalment in the series.
• Guilty Gear’s combatants are renowned for their diversity and balance offering a 25 character roster – including the return of fan favourites Kliff and Justice.
• Brand new exclusive game modes, including an innovative Survival mode that allows you to level up and increase your character’s abilities.
• Brand New ‘Battle Royale’ allowing players to create three man teams, adding new layers of strategy for the ultimate in versus mode battles.
• Enjoy Guilty Gear Accent Core PLUS in 480p for the first time on Wii.
Additionally, the Collector’s edition will come with a host of extras, including a choice between Guilty Gear: 10th Memorial Artbook or the limited edition, Guilty Gear: Lost Archives art book, a Limited Edition antique silver Guilty Gear keychain, a copy of the official soundtrack, a nice looking t-shirt, a stylish box as well as one of two hundred Giclee prints of Guilty Gear’s A.B.A, numbered and printed on Hahnmemuhle paper, all of which is pictured above.
If you’re a die hard European Guilty Gear fan, the collector’s edition will be released on May 6th and will be priced at 66.66 Euros, or $95.99 and is available for purchase through the Zen United Online Store. Zen United also ships internationally, so if you’re living in the States and are a Guilty Gear fanboy, you can get this shipped to you and run it as long as you have a PAL converter.
Hopefully, if this sells well, Arc System Works will consider making another Guilty Gear, as I think it’s a much better franchise than BlazBlue.