Are you in the mood for a good fighting game? If nothing out right now suits your tastes, then take a look at the upcoming release of Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus for PS3 via PSN. Yes, the name is a bit of a mouthful, but that is because it's the last console revision of the original Guilty Gear XX. Instead of giving the game entirely new names, Arc System Works just added and changed the subtitles.
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus initially came out in 2009 for Americans and has since seen various ports to other systems. It has come to PSP, XBLA, and even Wii since then. A later, more upgraded version, even hit Japanese arcades a few months ago. Guilty Gear may never have become as popular in America as some other fighting games, but it certainly has a strong following.
Takeshi Yamanaka of Arc System Works was the one who made the announcement of a PSN release via Twitter. Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus will reach PSN for the U.S. on December 4th, whereas it has already been available in Japan. The game will be priced at $15 and include online play.