According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence
Those generic products delivered what was promised in that bold, black lettering, but they didn't go much further than the bare essentials in terms of taste or luxuriance. The same could be said for Asmik Ace's Lethal Skies II. Although it's not sold in a plain white box reading "Generic Military Flight Game," it easily could be.
There are at least two very distinct experiences a player can have when playing Guilty Gear X. Which one you get depends on whether you're a master or a masher.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence
I knew I was going to be in for a treat when I saw that silly nun-boy Gene described jump onto her…his, yo-yo and ride it like a pair of roller skates. Is it terribly original though? That's hard to say.
Then there's Zappa from Guilty Gear X2 (GGX2), Sammy's sequel to the estranged Guilty Gear series. He may not be the main character of the game, but he remains a fighting game character nonetheless. And although his moves follow the basic principles that Ryu laid out more than a decade ago, everything else about him does not.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Mature Sexual Themes, Violence
Precision is a concept that requires not only patience, but also the right instrument. After all, would a painter be able to create a detailed portrait were he given nothing more than a paint roller? This example not only bears an obvious answer but also depicts a situation where precision is essential. Without its respective tools of the trade, accomplishing such a task would near the impossibility. Such is the dilemma with Lethal Skies for PlayStation 2.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence