Guilty Gear X has sixteen playable characters and Fourteen are available from the outset, with Testament and Dizzy as unlockable characters.
|Reach level 30 in Survival mode and beat Dizzy
|Beat Arcade mode for the first time or reach level 20 in Survival mode and beat Testament.
To unlock Guilty Gear mode you have to beat level 100 in Survival mode.
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Guilty Gear X Advance Edition is the sixth entry in the Guilty Gear series, being a port of Guilty Gear X for the Game Boy Advance. Announced during an August 2001 convention at Space World, it has a variety of extras previously exclusive to the Japan-only Guilty Gear X Plus release. It features a simplified gameplay due to the Game Boy Advance’s hardware limitations.
Along with the Arcade, Survival, and Training modes from the original game, it adds Tag and 3-on-3 modes. In Tag mode, the player selects two characters, which can be switched in-game; the character not in play slowly regains health. In 3-on-3 mode, the player selects three characters, who fight in the order that they are selected; characters cannot be swapped unless the previous character is defeated, similar to the King of Fighters series.
“Extra” versions of characters can be unlocked, similar to EX versions in later games. It includes all playable characters from the arcade version except Robo-Ky (whose moveset is implemented into Ky Kiske’s extra version). Character color palettes can be edited, but they do not inherit black select and gold select powers as they do in X Plus. Upon completing Arcade Mode, an ending is displayed, unlike the North American and European releases of the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2 releases.
Guilty Gear X - Advance Edition
Japan: January 25, 2002
Arc System Works
Game Boy Advance
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