Guilty Gear is a fighting game series from Arc System Works, the developers of the BlazBlue and Persona 4 Arena games. Guilty Gear has been going strong for over 20 years with many installments in its long-running franchise. The latest installment, Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2 was released on console last month to much acclaim from the competitive scene and praise from players worldwide.
With that said, it’s time to take a look at which characters are top tier in this release!
Johnny is the protagonist of Guilty Gear and also one of the more underrated characters in play. He’s excellent for beginners looking to pick up a character with an easy learning curve but high potential.
He has many powerful options that can be difficult to defend against if they’re used well, such as his Overdrive ability which lets him both power himself up and stay on this offensive while it’s active. His Dead Angle Attack, or DAA – a counterattack move he gets when knocked down – goes over low attacks and inflicts huge damage on opponents unlucky enough to not block it properly.
Johnny isn’t without flaws however; his lack of long range moves can make him susceptible to being overwhelmed by aggressive players who zone out thei
Guilty Gear Rev. XX’s Tier list are based on the opinions of experts who have played gameplay and ranked them accordingly.
Johnny is one of the more underrated characters in GGRev, he has a low learning curve but high potential with many powerful options that can be difficult to defend against if they’re used well.
His lack of long range moves makes him susceptible for being overwhelmed by aggressive players who zone out their opponents territory from afar.
Tier List #01 – Top Ten Worst Characters (Expert)
Kliff Undersn – Kliff’s attacks don’t reach far enough when charged making it hard for him to punish some of the lazier opponents.
Leo Whitefang – Leo is a perfect example of how having too many projectile options can be downright frustrating to deal with, his supers are also difficult to connect unless he’s right next to the opponent. His lack of anti air moves make him susceptible for being attacked from above as well which gives opponents an easy opening while they’re on the ground.
I-No – I-no has fast attacks and high damage but her low stamina will often force you into playing it safe until you’ve had time to recover through blocking or attacking your opponent so that she doesn’t lose all her life at once in battle–a risky prospect considering most characters have some sort of way around projectiles paired with long range abilities that prevent them from being cornered.
I no’s projectiles are slow to come out but they’re useful for setting up her combos and as a distraction from an attack on the ground–just don’t forget that she has no way of defending against opponents in the air!
Order Sol – Order sol is primarily used when you want to overwhelm your opponent with constant, high damage pressure without giving them any time to recover or escape which can work wonders if you have one character left after all others get defeated (or just need some extra health). His lack of speed makes him vulnerable during long range battles though so make sure he gets close enough before attacking. Ifrit – Ifrit should be played defensively because his fireballs aren’t much use in long range battles. His fireballs can be used to stop opponents from moving or attacking, which gives him an opportunity to close the distance for a better chance at using his fairly strong and fast melee strikes on them.
Izanami – Izanami is all about pressure because her moveset revolves around cornering your opponent and making them feel trapped when they’re not able to escape in time before she lands consecutive hits with her weak but quick aerial combos as well as punches that will lead into more devastating attacks if left unchecked.
Bedman – Bedman’s main strength lies in how difficult it is for players who don’t know what he does beforehand–he has multiple forms of attack that vary depending on whether you want to use ranged projectil
The Top Ten Characters of Guilty Gear Rev.II
We are going to rank the top ten characters in this game, based on their strengths and weaknesses. I’ll give an overview for each character we go over so you can get a feel for them before reading about why they’re ranked where they are:
Johnny – Johnny is basically just like any other rushdown character with high mobility strike moves that will have him coming at your opponent from all possible angles until he’s able to use one of his powerful combos against them or wear their health down enough that he can finish them off using either his long range projectile attack or more up close melee strikes. He does lack durability but it shouldn’t matter since opponents rarely survive long when getting hit