Daisuke Ishiwatari’s critically acclaimed fighting game called, Guilty Gear is a wild and fantastical ride for players and anime fans that can absorb the intense energy of this game. The game started back in 1998, the game was called Missing Link in Japan. Likewise, the game was developed by ArcSystem Works, known for making excellent and playable anime fighting games of the 21st century.
The game consists of phenomenal characters that are cool enough to sparkle your eyes. Each character dons their signature style that supports their personality and charisma. As such, the game is also full of musical references that you can notice, which is no surprise as Daisuke Ishiwatari is also a musician himself.
Furthermore, the game’s latest installment, Guilty Gear Strive, is a must-play for fighting game aficionados as it features some of the genre’s defining moments. The game almost embraced every fighting game mechanic shown in each character. As such, GGST also showcases a rocking soundtrack that tells each character’s origin and personality.
The Wild Boy raises his flag in the Guilty Gear ring
As announced and demonstrated in IGN Live last Tuesday, Sin Kiske will be the 7th DLC character added to the game. The character is part of the Season Pass 2 characters with Bridget as the sixth introduced DLC character in the game.
Furthermore, Sin Kiske wreaks his enemies by using his beloved flag that sparks black and red lightning. Sin contains long-range attacks incorporating his rugged and wild fighting style. As such, what makes this character incredible is his resource management mechanic, as players need to maintain Sin’s hunger to perform sick special moves such as the Tyrant Rave.
Sin Kiske is a half-man, Half gear. His first appearance was from the Guilty Gear 2: Overture game. Gears are artificial beings with exponential abilities that are wrongfully used for war. Moreover, Sin is the son of Ky Kiske and Dizzy and the grandson of Sol Badguy, the main protagonist of the game.
As a fan of this excellent fighting game series, I am very much excited for Sin Kiske’s return to the Guilty Gear stages. His mechanics are a new set of phases as you need to manage his resources to perform crazy combos of his. As such, Sin’s rocky and fun attitude also adds flavor to his character that makes him lovable. That said, Sin Kiske’s excellent comeback is a perfect time to experience how crazy yet beautiful the Guilty Gear games are. Did you enjoy this article? We have articles that might interest you, such as Bleach Thousand Year Blood War Episode 7 Review, Top 5 Motivational Anime to Watch when you’re Tired, and New Lupin III anime reveals release date and more casts.