Guilty Gear 2: Overture achievements

Guilty Gear 2: Overture

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There are a maximum of 43 Guilty Gear 2: Overture achievements (41 without DLC) worth 4,042 (1,055)

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Full Course in Guilty Gear 2: Overture

Full Course248 (40)

Finish all of the default Free Missions using all masters

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Achievement Guide for Full Course

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Achievement won on 30 Aug 11
TA Score for this game: 4,042
Posted on 01 September 11 at 05:37, Edited on 01 September 11 at 09:48
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This was actually at least for ME alot easier then all these guides made it out to be, but do NOT be fooled, the 2 survivor ones ARE a total pain. but the others were very easy.

okay so, to start, im just gonna list each character and the move and how to do it, with a slim explanation of what else should be done. Lets get started!!

Sol - by far one of the easiest. he has the strongest move and it has the best range and can hit more then 1 enemy with it at a time. RT to target and then press Y for the move *Gunflame* you can pretty much spam this throughout the 2 missions. and of course your typical x-x-x-x combo. in Survivor 2 when you get to the mages on horses that cast that move that doesnt let you do anything, run to the corner with the ATTACK items and get the bombs. throw them into a crowd and it will destroy everyone or at least all the important ones. very easy.

Sin - this one was more difficult because no ranged moves, but i did find an amazing move. RT and then --->Y it is a mine like move that he throws out there that stops and hits everyone who touches it. VERY easy and helpful later on in the mission. same as before with the horses, use the bombs if they become an issue. with Sin later on use a hit and run tactic as well, plant the mine and then get the hell out!

Izuna - this one was actually very difficult for me. i recommend early on to use RT-Y its a move called *Ghost* he summons like it says, a ghost that flys toward a target, slight range, but not to much. and then you jump in the air and press ^+X he comes slamming down with his sword and hits a target multiple times and leaves a sword streak, it has SOME range when u do it, but not much. so defonetely stick to a hit and run with Izuna. same strat applies with the Mages on horses, save the bombs for them and youll get through it fine!

Paradigm - Even though i honestly believe he is by far the most god awful character in this game, he was actually one of the easiest to finish the survivor modes with, he defonetely has a hit and run tactic but his move RT+Y hits more then one target, you target one, do this move, and your little sidekick plants a mine at a distance, to THEN blow up the mine, you need to keep the target locked on, and then press Y after it is planted to blow it up. it is a wonderful move and does wonders to the little bastards! hehe =) this strategy works great against the horses, but if they cast their spell on you, like above, get the bombs and blow them away! =)

Valentine - RT+Y amazing move. basically she turns her balloon pal into a bazooka and the bombs she shoots have splash damage, so she can tare people up with it. it does use ALOT of tension, but if you kill the guys you gain it back. so its worth it. still in large groups i recommend a hit and run tactic. but overall she is very easy. with her the horsemen should be easy, but if you need the bombs, USE THEM!!! =)

Ky Kiske - To be completely honest, even though he DOES have a ranged attack, i really dislike it and he actually gave me the most trouble. his RT+Y only hits one person and its very weak. and he moves and turns very slowly, so if you dash away, you have to wait for him to turn before firing or itll misfire. so with Ky especially later on in survivor 2 i recommend a hit and run tactic!

Raven - RT+ ^Y not sure what its called, but that move is VERY strong. pretty much kills the one it hits in 1 hit no matter how late on into the match. but the downside is, it ONLY hits 1 person. and he as a character is pathetically slow.

Overall this achievement i truly believe is not QUITE as hard as people made it out to be in other guides...but it will defonetely test your patience!! so good luck!! and if you need any more advice shoot me a message, i will be happy to help!

Goodluck, Happy Gearing!
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