Guilty Gear Xrd SIGN Brings A Six Button Fighter’s Pad To PlayStation 4

By Spencer . August 18, 2014 . 11:24pm

 

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Arc System Works is preparing a limited edition version of Guilty Gear Xrd SIGN for PlayStation 4 which includes a custom six button Fighter’s Pad. The pad will work with PS3 and PS4, but the limited edition is only for PS4.

 

The 10,778 yen limited edition also includes a Guilty Gear Vocal Collection CD which is a first print bonus and another item to be revealed at a later date. A regular retail version of Guilty Gear Xrd SIGN will go for 7,538 yen and download version is 5,980 yen.


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  • Arcueid Brunstud

    I found out about this yesterday I was wondering when someone was going to mention it. theres also a new sol bad figure. thats something else you can post too. but either way I love guilty gear dont know how I will get the collectors edition since its only on amazon of japan.

    • Setsu Oh

      looks like a figure i’ll sell

      …and keep the pad.

      • Arcueid Brunstud

        no I meant theres a sol bad figure thats been made it doesnt come with the game-_-

  • friendly neighborhood_dude

    That’s odd… Why is punch, slash, and dust all small?!

    • Setsu Oh

      because saturn/genesis pad: smaller taller buttons on upper row, larger lower buttons on lower row

    • Go2hell66

      kick slash h slash

      • friendly neighborhood_dude

        I’m talking about the standard layout.

        • Go2hell66

          the standard arcade layout is

          kick slash hslash
          punch respect dust

  • chibidw

    Something like this would be pretty damn useful for a lot of fighters, not just Guilty Gear. I can see people getting the limited edition of this just to use it for other fighting games.

  • Afternoon Intergalactic

    Lookin’ good for pad players. I’ve got mad respect for them.

    Question: Is it typical for a retail release in Japan to be more expensive than the digital version? Can’t say that I’ve seen this before, but then again I rarely look at the JP prices for games unless I’m seriously considering an import.

    • mckun

      Yeah the retails are usually more expensive due to the price of yen, tax, and other costs. I’m buying GGxrd myself and noticed that with AmiAmi.

      • Afternoon Intergalactic

        More reason to stick with digital import then. Thanks

        • mckun

          Most people buy retail for pre order swag. The only thing I know of (but you might have to do research this is only amiami,) is that the PS3 version is getting the music cd and the PS4 is getting the controller and the cd but its going to cost around 100-110 USD.

  • Setsu Oh

    SATUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUURNNNN PAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD!! let’s hope it got the incredibly best eva d-pad the saturn rocked so well(i never had a sega console,always envied the d-pad)

  • Juliano C

    Man, ASW could tell us already the US release date and if we will get also a LE with this beauty on it so I could decide to get the JP version or not

  • Repede91

    I`d love to see this come to the US! I need some method to control fighting games on my PS4.

  • Freakmasta

    That’s cool and all but what I wanna know is if PS3 sticks are compatible with PS4. The stick compatibility is up to the devs so they should be able to tweak the system.

  • CervantesPR

    when is guilty gear coming to USA?

    • XorcistFlame

      Isuka is in Steam

    • Go2hell66

      never

      • CervantesPR

        it was confirmed that the game would receive a USA release in 2014 i just dont know when

    • Vincent Ho

      early next year hopefully

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