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Millia Rage by Shunzou

Millia Rage by Shunzou

Woshige has been absent from pretty much all Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- footage, perhaps because of his work in being the battle director for Street Fighter V. But this week that all changed, because he traveled to the Kanto region and got a bunch of recorded matches in! Even if you don’t play Millia, these matches are a great watch as you can learn so much about how to play against this character. Especially in the Woshige vs Mocchi set, you can really see how the matches are determined by the neutral game interaction.

First up, the Mikado matches.

Mikado 2016/4/21 Woshige(MI) matches
Woshige(Millia) vs Kakishi(Jack-O), TORI(Jack-O), Moga(Slayer), Suke(Elphelt), min(Jack-O)

Mikado 2016/4/22 Mugen(Sol) vs Woshige(Millia) 1 2

Mame also put up a bunch of Woshige matches on his Youtube account, against more Mikado regulars.
Woshige(Millia) vs Karinchu(Johnny)
Haaken(Sol) vs Woshige(Millia) 1 2
Ain(Ky) vs Woshige(Millia)

Jack-O by Hesuke

Jack-O by Hesuke

Some more details on the Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR- preorder have popped up! You may remember the Aksys announcement that those who pre-order the PS4 version will get to play the demo on April 5th. Well it turns out that Japanese preorders will also get access to this exact same demo! The difference is that the Japanese version will be available on April 1st, so if you really cannot wait those 4 days to try out Revelator, I would recommend going this route.

Since this is going to be the first opportunity for people outside Japan to play Revelator, I thought I would include some useful videos for anyone who wants to pick up the new characters. First up, I have finally updated the Notable Japanese Players page for Revelator so it now includes the 3 new characters along with the strong players who have shown up recently. If you are interested in playing Jack-O or Johnny, you are in luck! These two characters are very popular and quite strong, so there is no shortage of videos. mike and Karinchu are the two players who show up the most and it should be very easy to find match videos of them on Youtube. I would also recommend watching the Mikado Tenkaichi Budokai series, which featured several FT10 sets with these two players against the other Mikado top dogs.
A League
mike(Jack-O) vs Nage(Faust)
Karinchu(Johnny) vs Nage(Faust)
Koichi(I-No) vs Nage(Faust)
Karinchu(Johnny) vs Koichi(I-No)
mike(Jack-O) vs Koichi(I-No)
Karinchu(Johnny) vs mike(Jack-O)

B League
Mugen(Sol) vs FAB(Potemkin)
Ogawa(Zato) vs Mugen(Sol)
Ogawa(Zato) vs Fino(Venom)
FAB(Potemkin) vs Fino(Venom)
Mugen(Sol) vs Fino(Venom)
FAB(Potemkin) vs Ogawa(Zato)

Losers league
FAB(Potemkin) vs Nage(Faust)
27:24 mike(Jack-O) vs Ogawa(Zato)
51:32 Ogawa(Zato) vs Nage(Faust)

Final league
Karinchu(Johnny) vs Ogawa(Zato)
Mugen(Sol) vs Ogawa(Zato)
Karinchu(Johnny) vs Mugen(Sol)

For more Jack-O, I would also recommend watching Purepure’s excellent performance in the Sega APM D-1 Fighting Festival event.

Unfortunately people who want to pick up Jam are going to have a harder time. Videos of her are quite rare. I think the best one right now features Jajamaru playing against several players including Isamu Venom. There is also a long set of LOX playing against Samitto. He does poorly at first, but eventually adapts and goes even.
Mikado 2015/12/5 stream – LOX(Jam) vs Samitto(Chipp)
Funabashi 2015/12/18 – LOX(Jam) vs Samitto(Chipp) 1 2 3 4 5

Jack-O and Chaos by Wallace Pires

Jack-O and Chaos by Wallace Pires

Starting off this post with 2 announcements, the 2015 Videos page has finally been brought up to date with all of the relevant Guilty Gear Xrd videos. The second announcement is that I will no longer be keeping the Videos section of this site up to date. My work schedule has been as busy as ever, and I find myself with increasingly less time to work on this site. Since keeponrockin is now well maintained by several community members, I feel it is much more productive to just point people that way for a big Revelator archive. So yes, Norematch is still the best Guilty Gear video archive site on the net for anything up to Xrd, but for Revelator and beyond, please use keeponrockin! This way I can finally focus on adding more pages and bringing the other content up to date.

Last weekend, the Japan e-Sports Championship Finals happened and as further evidence that Guilty Gear is getting bigger every day, it was part of the lineup! Weird to see along the likes of CS:GO and FIFA 16. Anyways, since it was a console tournament, it was on Xrd Sign and not Revelator, but the matches were still fantastic with tons of great players attending. Machaboo was also there playing Ky and Sin!
GGXrd JeSPA Tournament

The console version of GGXrd Revelator is getting ever closer to release! The Japanese consumer Rev page is already up and has several video links including exhibition matches between the two new console characters Raven and Kum Haehyun.
Exhibition
LOX(Jam) vs FAB(Potemkin)
Ogawa(Zato) vs Nage(Faust)
Mugen(Sol) vs Machaboo(Ky)

Raven vs Kum exhibition
Ogawa, Mugen, LOX vs Nage, Machaboo, FAB

Aksys Games has announced a special deal for those planning on getting the US version. Pre-ordering the PS4 digital version will give you some free colors and access to the Revelator demo, which will be available on April 5th! Unlike the Xrd Sign demo, the Revelator demo is super fleshed out and is almost the complete game. It has an arcade mode, training mode, challenges, and vs mode! It is basically tournament ready. It does not however include the upcoming characters Raven, Kum Haehyun, and Dizzy.

Speaking of the two new characters, Pachi has done some introductory videos of them and greatfernman has provided translations, available below!
Kum Haehyun introduction Translation
Raven introduction Translation

Jack-O by Kin Mokusei

Jack-O by Kin Mokusei

The last of the qualifiers for Sega’s upcoming APM D-1 Fighting Festival have concluded! The finals will be happening this weekend, so don’t miss the stream when it goes live on the 26th at Sega’s Youtube channel. Keep in mind that if you live in North America, the stream will be happening on the afternoon of the 25th because of the timezone difference. Updated list of qualified players below.

5
I-No: Koichi, 2rio, Rokka, Hasegawa, U-Zen

4
Zato: Tights, Ogawa, Command Miss Seijin, Akashachi
Slayer: Taka, Hase, stormgust, En

3
Sol: Mugen, NOB, Uki
Ky: Rion, Rozu, Ain
May: Azesuke, Kedako, Nenohi
Millia: Nakamura, Toruso, Nagoshi
Faust: Amazan, Defure, Nage
Bedman: Sabamiso, LOX, Souryuu
Elphelt: Fumo, Makki, Pon

2
Potemkin: FAB, Konsome
Ramlethal: Takehara, Kuni
Sin: Kabegiwa no DC, Jirou
Jack-O: Purepure, mike
Johnny: Omito, Yuu-sama

1
Chipp: Samitto
Venom: Fino
Leo: Tomo

0
Axl
Jam

The Arc Revolution Cup Youtube channel has been slowly adding the videos for Arc Revo 2015 from all games! The finals for all 4 games are already up, and pools matches are still getting put up every day. Running Guilty Gear and Blazblue on PS4 really helped here, as all of the match replays were saved so you can even see all of the inputs.

It has been a long time since H.H has streamed a big FT10 exhibition, but he finally did an XrdR one this past weekend between mike and Mugen. You may remember mike as Kaleido Star, the guy who cosplayed as Jack Sparrow in the finals of Tougeki 2007 Guilty Gear. Definitely one of the most well known Jam players, and he is playing her as well as Jack-O in Revelator. He opted to go for Jack-O in this exhibition, and you can watch it below.
mike(Jack-O) vs Mugen(Sol) FT10

Upcoming GG stuff

Ramlethal Valentine by Melon22

Ramlethal Valentine by Melon22

I am sorry, I know it has been more than 3 months since the last update. With the holiday season, my work schedule has been really crazy so I have not had much time to keep things up to date here. Rather than write about all the things that I have definitely missed since the last post, I thought it would be better to talk about some exciting things happening in the future for Guilty Gear!

Sega is running a big tournament called the APM D-1 Fighting Festival. It features four of the games that are featured on their ALL.Net system: Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-, Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax Ignition, Blade Arcus, and Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate. Qualifiers have been happening throughout the last month, and they will continue until the middle of December. The qualifying players can then compete in the finals, which is happening on December 26th and will be streamed on Youtube here. Here is the list of the current qualified players for GG:

5
I-No: Koichi, 2rio, Rokka, Hasegawa, U-Zen

4
Zato: Tights, Ogawa, Command Miss Seijin, Akashachi
Slayer: Taka, Hase, stormgust, En

3
Sol: Mugen, NOB, Uki
May: Azesuke, Kedako, Nenohi
Millia: Nakamura, Toruso, Nagoshi
Faust: Amazan, Defure, Nage
Bedman: Sabamiso, LOX, Souryuu

2
Ky: Rion, Rozu
Potemkin: FAB, Konsome
Ramlethal: Takehara, Kuni
Elphelt: Fumo, Makki
Jack-O: Purepure, mike
Johnny: Omito, Yuu-sama

1
Chipp: Samitto
Venom: Fino
Sin: Kabegiwa no DC
Leo: Tomo

0
Axl
Jam

For those of you who can read Japanese, esports Runner is a great site that is constantly updated with news from various games. Be sure to follow their Twitter account and check out the Guilty Gear page. You can definitely get news faster from there than anywhere else.

Arc System Works has been releasing a bunch of their games on Steam in the past few months, and Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN- got its own release last week! Granted, most people who were interested in GG probably already had it for console, but this is a great option for people without them or for those who prefer PC for gaming.