GameSpot: Guilty Gear 2: Overture Hands-On

The word "overture" is generally used in the context of classical music, but it can also mean an introductory gesture toward a new friendship. The latter definition seems more appropriate for Guilty Gear 2: Overture because it's taken the well-trod 2D fighting formula used by every game in the series and tossed it almost entirely to the side.

In its place stands an unexpected amalgam of genres that will feel very different to fans who have come to expect a traditional fighting game out of anything bearing the "Guilty Gear" name.

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