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All characters from [[Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-]] (including DLC characters) return for this installment.
All characters from [[Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-]] (including DLC characters) return for this installment.
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==New Characters==
==New Characters==

Revision as of 01:53, 22 March 2016

Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-
GGXrd-R Logo.png

Developer: Arc System Works

Arc System Works (Japan)
Aksys Games (North America)

Genre: 1-on-1 2D Fighting Game
Release Dates:

Japan (Arcade): 8/25/2015
Japan (PS3/PS4): 5/26/2016
North America (PS3/PS4): 6/7/2016
Europe (PS3/PS4): 6/10/2016

Preceded By: Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-
Followed By: None

This is the latest revision of the Xrd series that adds new characters to the roster as well as adjusts existing and mechanics. Surprisingly, Arc System Works has stated that returning characters will not be rebalanced.

All characters from Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- (including DLC characters) return for this installment.


New Characters

  • Johnny is a returning character from the XX series. He is the leader of the Jellyfish Pirates and uses Iaido for fast strikes at mid-range. Johnny also has a limited number of coins that he throws at the opponent that serves two purposes: to cancel the recovery of his attacks into continued offense, and to power up his Mist Finer specials for extended combos.
  • Jack-O' is a new character who wears a pumpkin shaped mask and a jumpsuit with leg flares and is one of That Man's associates. She places pumpkins on the ground to summon ghosts to attack the opponent. The opponent can hit the pumpkins and ghosts, but Jack-O can pick up and move the pumpkin. The designers say that her play style was inspired by Real Time Strategy games like Starcraft.
  • Jam Kuradoberi makes her return from the XX series. She is a master chef and probably spends more time in the kitchen than in the battlefield. However, when she does fight, she possesses extraordinary power by channeling her Ki into devastating special attacks. Jam is a very offensive oriented character that wants to be up close and personal whenever possible.
  • Kum Haehyun (console exclusive, first print bonus/DLC) is a new character who is a martial arts master. Appearing as a large, strong old man, the real Haehyun is in fact a young woman. Her outward appearance is an artificial body, Jeonryeok Kum, piloted by Haehyun from within. Kum's special attacks have multiple follow-up attacks that the player can pick depending on the situation.
  • Raven (console exclusive) is a returning character from Guilty Gear 2: Overture, making his fighting game debut in Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-. An immortal and That Man's right-hand man, Raven is a masochist who has grown tired of his immortal life. In battle, Raven has long reaching attacks and a unique special that fills a gauge if he takes damage during it, increasing the power of his other attacks.
  • Dizzy (console exclusive) is a returning character from the XX series. She is the half-Gear daughter of Justice, and is now wife to Ky Kiske and mother of Sin Kiske. In past games, Dizzy was a highly mobile character who employed her wings, Necro and Undine, in combat, along with various projectiles used to control space and allow Dizzy to get up close.

System Changes

Stylish Type
  • An alternate input mode for beginners. Introduces auto-combos and an extra button (Special, SP) for performing specials and Overdrives. Holding no direction blocks automatically.
Throw Break
  • Occurs when two players attempt to normal throw each other at the same time.
Homing Dash (GGD.png > GG6.png) overhauled
  • Now forces the opponent into a tumble with the character pursuing them in a similar manner to Azrael's Valiant Charger in BlazBlue.
  • Normals can be cancelled into other normals freely for a short period of time, as with Homing Jump.
  • Opponent still wall sticks if they reach the corner.
Burst Overdrive
  • Augmented Overdrives that cost both 50% Tension and the entire Burst Gauge.
  • Only one Overdrive per character can be used as a Burst Overdrive, specifically their cinematic Overdrive.
  • Performed by doing the motion for the Overdrive and pressing GGD.png (ex: GG63214.pngGG6.pngGGH.png becomes GG63214.pngGG6.pngGGD.png).
  • Burst Overdrives have fully invulnerable start-up and deal significantly more damage than their regular counterparts, along with additional benefits specific to the Overdrive in question.
  • Successfully landing a Burst Overdrive restores a third of your Burst Gauge.
Blitz Shield altered
  • A successful rejection now slightly refills the Burst Gauge.
  • Crouching Blitz Shield no longer rejects mids or projectiles.
  • Rejecting a projectile allows you to perform a second Blitz Shield immediately at no Tension cost.
Blitz Shield Charge Attack
  • Performed by holding GGH.png during a grounded Blitz Shield.
  • Can be charged by holding GGH.png longer and continues to reject while charging.
  • Upon glowing red, the charge rejects all rejectable moves, and the attack itself gains a greatly increased Attack Level and can no longer be rejected by a Blitz Reversal.
  • On hit, causes horizontal blowback with wall stick in the corner at partial charge, but crumples on ground hit at full charge (or on Counter Hit).
  • Partial charge version has 55% initial proration, full charge version does not prorate.
  • All levels of charge steal a small amount of the opponent's Burst Gauge on hit.

Changes from Xrd -SIGN- 1.10

See Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- patch notes for details.

Video Databases

External References


Below is a list of links to common terms used in Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-.

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System Explanations

HUDControlsFrame DataSystem Data

Movement/CancelingOffenseDefenseDamage/ComboAttack AttributesTension/Burst GaugeMisc