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Arc System Works’s 2D fighting game, Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2, has received nude mods for part of its female cast.

Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 is the seventeenth installment in the Guilty Gear franchise and the third iteration of Guilty Gear Xrd, sold as an update to its previous revision, Guilty Gear Xrd REVELATOR. The games form an exaggerated, anime-themed fighting series, with a big focus on aerial combos and many character-specific gameplay mechanics. Guilty Gear Xrd, in particular, has been praised for its unique style of cel-shaded visuals.

Modder BlueRobot99, inspired by the attempts of another Japanese modder, has created nude textures for some of the game’s female characters. His works so far include bottomless versions of Elphelt Valentine, Millia Rage, and Jack-O, that will flash butts and privates during their already provocative attacks and taunts. Additionally, the collection was recently updated with a topless version of Jam Kuradoberi, letting her serve new kinds of dumplings. These mods are optimized for the game’s color set 1, and will cause weird effects if used with different colors. Screenshots of the mods in action can be seen just below.


The mods are now available You can grab them for yourself in BlueRobot99’s topic on Undertow.club. Keep in mind that there is no official mod support for Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2, and as such, using any modification with the game could lead to repercussions. You can now get the PC version on Steam.

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