Guilty Gear Strive 25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Is Discounted At Amazon


Guilty Gear fans can save big on the recently released Guilty Gear Strive 25th Anniversary Edition at Amazon. The limited-edition release, which celebrates 25 years of the fighting game franchise, is on sale for $91 at Amazon. Considering it released back in March for $110, this is a pretty solid deal thanks to both the physical goodies and the wealth of in-game content that comes with the collector’s edition.

Guilty Gear Strive 25th Anniversary Edition

Inside the box, you’ll find the following items:

  • Guilty Gear Strive: Daredevil Edition (PS5 version)
  • Guilty Gear Strive Season One pass
  • Guilty Gear Strive Season Two pass
  • Guilty Gear Strive Season Three pass
  • Guilty Gear Strive Artworks Archive
  • Original soundtrack on CD
  • Limited-edition steelbook case
  • Collector’s box

The game with the season passes (the Daredevil Edition) has a list price of $100 on its own ($60 for PC during Steam’s Summer Sale). For PS5 owners, however, that means you’re getting all the bonus goodies, including the art book, steelbook case, and soundtrack, for about nine bucks less than you’d pay for the Daredevil Edition on PS5.

Each season adds new characters, stages, and cosmetic DLC to the game, which greatly expands the content. Like with many modern fighting games, the add-on content is practically a must for dedicated players. If you haven’t played Guilty Gear Strive and you’re looking to experience the Arc System Works game at its best, this is the best value-for-money offer you’ll find.

Developed by Arc System Works, the studio behind Dragon Ball FighterZ, Guilty Gear Strive is a visual treat for the eyes and loaded with fascinating gameplay mechanics that’ll appeal to fighting game fans.

“The fighting in Guilty Gear Strive, though, is impeccable. And that’s what matters most,” Mike Epstein wrote in GameSpot’s Guilty Gear Strive review. “Like all Guilty Gears, it is a game of extremes. If you’ve tried the series and fallen off because of its complexities, I wouldn’t expect a different outcome. If you’re up for a challenge, or just want a cool, sharp-looking fighting game to mess around with, Strive knows all the right moves.”