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Guilty Gear 2: Overture Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Guilty Gear shifts into overdrive with this sequel that offers expansive action. The franchise's intense one-on-one battles are no more. This time around, you've got a whole army at your disposal. The tactical action saga is set far in the future, when mankind has created immensely powerful biological weapons called Gears. After a bitter war, the Gears lie dormant, and the world has seemingly settled into a tenuous peace. But when this peace is broken, you must build an army and fight. You'll have over 50 servants at your disposal as you deploy your troops and manage resources in tactical melee battles. The story unfolds with fully voiced, dual-language dialogue and gets even better with multiplayer deathmatches on Xbox Live.
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