Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising

Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising
81
Metacritic
81
Steam
84.857
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Release date
30 November 2023
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81 (2 797 votes)
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79 (315 votes)

Rise to the challenge in Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising! This powered up, revamped sequel to GBVS is more enjoyable and accessible than ever before. With simplified input options, even newcomers can engage in thrilling and strategic matches!

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Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising system requirements

Minimum:

 

  • OS: Windows 10 (64-bit OS required)
  • Processor: AMD FX-4350, 4.2 GHz / Intel Core i5-3470, 3.20 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 6870, 1 GB / GeForce GTX 650 Ti, 1 GB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset

 

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Succ
Succ

Holy shit this is gas.
What was already a really solid FG has been improved to an absurd degree. New characters, the amazing new raging strike and raging chain make for literal orgasm inducing combos and most importantly, rollback baby. This has become a GENUINELY god tier FG for veterans and beginners alike (especially since most of the cast is super easy peasy to use). I look forward to dumping a lot of time into this baby and Undernight celes when it drops. Glory to Percival, Ladiva, Narmaya, Metera and Caglisotro.

Kapricorn
Kapricorn

This game is genuinely funny and easy to get into. If you're new to fighting games, I HIGHLY recommend trying this out! I find myself randomly coming back to it because it's just cute and silly.

I was playing nier against a lowain and the intro went something like "yeah, we're just a couple of studs!" and nier just said "Nevermind, death... Kill these guys."

oh and last thing, if you enjoy playing the free version, then I recommend getting the "deluxe edition", since it comes with the first character pass. Otherwise, you'll be spending $50 for the base game and another $50 for the DLC pack. Kinda funky pricing, that just seems to be the new fighting game marketing trend...

Also sheep girl is my friend, love her.

Primmrose
Primmrose

the core game is great but PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE fix grand bruise, I have yet to even get in a full lobby and 9/10 times so far its been the exact same 3 minigames, and this just makes me not want to grind it out since the progression in the mode is really, REALLY, slow

citrullahol
citrullahol

Fighting games are my favorite genre, and this is without a doubt my favorite among them. My favorite part is how every character feels fun to play, and this is made even better by how easy it is to pick up new characters in this game. I also couldn't recommend this enough as a game for beginners too.

CC Lemon
CC Lemon

Great entry level anime fighter with super simplified inputs and combos. Free tier of the game ensures there's always a relatively healthy beginner playerbase out there - worth a DL if you're curious!

tub of chud
tub of chud

I'm not really a fan of auto combos and I'm not familiar with the source material so much of the apparent fan service stuff does nothing for me. I found the roster to be pretty unappealing as well. This game is geared for people just starting to get into fighting games and yet even then I feel like recent games like Guilty Gear Strive and Street Fighter 6 are much better at doing that than this game. As someone who's at an intermediate level at fighting games, I felt like this game got boring really quick and I just stopped having the urge to play it. I'd recommend new people who are just trying to dip their foot in the water to buy Guilty Gear Strive or Street Fighter 6 instead.

PNGYAKUZA
PNGYAKUZA

Probably the most beginner friendly fighting game on the market currently (saves for SF6 modern mode maybe) while still being fairly interesting and deep. The EX moves added are great, they makes characters feels a lot more distinctive and help diversify meter usage, two known issues with vanilla granblue. The BP system allowing for stronger mid screen conversion are cool too, gone are the day of your DP punish being just auto combo > C special. Aside from balancing issues that are inevitable (and fixable) for new releases this version is way more fun than how the game was initially.

Keehoon85
Keehoon85

Very fun game and a huge improvement from its prequel. But there are a few time that the game drops and disconnected or it takes a long time to getting the second match with the same player like being stuck in the victory screen in rank matches. Otherwise its a good game.

Sin
Sin

this game having a somewhat lower learning curve has meant being so aware of my own decisions that I've gotten more mad at myself (dog**** input reader aside) than at the game itself for my own stupid mistakes

Kitehack
Kitehack

I will start by saying I know nothing about the setting or characters outside of the tiny bit I've learned from playing this game. The easy input special moves (can do motion inputs if wanted), ability to chose how to block (button AND direction), and being free with character rotation (similar to LoL) make this extremely easy to just try out. I started by playing the free version to find out if it was a style of fighting game I liked and enjoyed it enough that I bought the whole game.
Even if it wasn't my style of fighting game, I'd still recommend people try it out since it's so easy to access. There is depth in the game, for those that want to really get into the systems and frame data and such, but you don't actually have to dive too deep to feel like you can actually put up a fight.

bearbo.baggins08
bearbo.baggins08

Got to say i missed out the first time around and i was very impressed with how much the first one grew. When i saw they were releasing this update i thought that the free version entry was a fantastic option to try out a game i hadn't before for free.
Low and behold after a few rounds i found myself feeling very comfortable with the controls and the over gameplay systems enough so that i just flat out purchased it for the full experience. Will recommend. Also its so well animated that if your a fan of any anime fighter you should at the very least download the free version and try it out.

Ironclad
Ironclad

I'm just getting into fighting games for the first time and let me tell you the community here is very welcoming. Any fighting game from my understanding is always going to have a difficulty curve and GBFVR is no exception but at least this community seems very willing to assist in the transition from button mashing to combo smashing. Definitely try the demo (excellent feature) and don't be scared off after getting crushed online.

LucyLoo
LucyLoo

I'm someone who doesn't usually venture into fighting games, I'm more of a fps person myself. But I've been really enjoying my time with this game, It's approachable for newbies like myself and feels really damn fun to learn and master. The only complaint I have right now is that the price of this game and subsequent DLC'S feels a bit much right now.

If you're someone who's always felt too intimidated to try out fighting games, I highly recommend trying the free edition out.

Overall really fun game and I hope to get better at it ^^

dumb ho
dumb ho

This game has a good amount of content which is better than I can say for a large majority of new fighting game releases. The system mechanics take the admittedly bare bones mechanics from versus and improve upon them to make an engaging set of intertwining systems. Additionally, this game has possibly the best implementation of simple inputs that should be seen as a new industry standard. Overall, this game is incredibly fun for casuals and veterans of fighting games plus there's a free version so there's no reason not to at least try it.

Wes
Wes

Easiest fighting game I've ever played. I knew nothing about it going in, just did the tutorial, picked one of the hardest characters in the game, went online, and won a decent amount. That plus it being free to try out makes it an easy recommend for anyone wanting to get into fighting games. The big boobs are cool too.

Waterigani
Waterigani

The game is really good and really fun, it is also a bit easier to pick up than most FGC games are. So if you are either new to Granblue or new to fighting games; this game is still a big recommend!
I am fairly experienced with all kinds of fighting games, but haven't tried Granblue yet, people told me to wait for this specific installment of the series instead of buying an former one. I must say they were right.
The fanbase also isn't as much overly toxic as some other competitive games are, so I consider that a plus also.
Big recommend, I main Seox tho.

VoidMouse
VoidMouse

Coming from someone that bought Deluxe Edition from the get-go, I still find it messed up that they charge $25 extra for upgrading from Standard. And now they're adding a battle pass with exclusive rewards that costs $8 per season. Game's fun but I strongly disagree with this approach to monetization. I miss the days where you could just buy a DLC pack and get what you paid for without having to grind your ass off for a month or worry about exclusive outfits going away forever. Now every game's jumping on the battle pass bandwagon and seeing it worm it's way into fighting games is really irritating to me.

Fihpo
Fihpo

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Deus Solaris
Deus Solaris

Full price game (50)
Season pass (50)
Color sets (5+5 and probably more in the future)
System voice (20)
Avatar set (13)
And on top of it all, battle passes (8 each)
The game is fun and all but...jesus christ