Guilty Gear Petit

Guilty Gear Petit is a sub-series of fighting video games, spin-offs of the Guilty Gear series, directed by Emiko Iwasaki and released for the Japan-only handheld WonderSwan Color.

Guilty Gear PetitEdit

Guilty Gear Petit
Developer(s)Arc System Works
Publisher(s)Sammy
SeriesGuilty Gear
Platform(s)WonderSwan Color
Release
  • JP: January 25, 2001
Genre(s)Fighting
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

Guilty Gear Petit (ギルティギア プチ, Giruti Gia Puchi) is the first handheld version of the Guilty Gear series released. It is followed by the sequel Guilty Gear Petit 2. Much like Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix, it depicts the Guilty Gear characters in a super deformed style. It is also notable for the inclusion of the character Fanny, who appears only in the two Guilty Gear Petit games. The game has seven playable characters, six of which are from other Guilty Gear series games. The game was only released in Japan.

Guilty Gear Petit 2Edit

Guilty Gear Petit 2
Developer(s)Arc System Works
Publisher(s)Sammy
SeriesGuilty Gear
Platform(s)WonderSwan Color
Release
  • JP: September 27, 2001
Genre(s)Fighting
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

The sequel Guilty Gear Petit 2 (ギルティギア プチ2, Giruti Gia Puchi Tsū) was released eight months after the first. The game has 13 regular characters, 2 secret characters (Testament, Venom), and four "Golden" characters (GGMillia, GGKy, GGSol, and GGMay). The game was only released in Japan for the WonderSwan Color.

CharactersEdit

 
Fanny, the special character only playable in both Guilty Gear Petit games.
 
Screenshot of Sol Badguy attacking Potemkin.
Playable Characters Guilty Gear Petit Guilty Gear Petit 2
Anji Mito  N  Y
Axl Low  N  Y
Chipp Zanuff  N  Y
Fanny  Y  Y
Faust  N  Y
Jam Kuradoberi  Y  Y
Johnny  N  Y
Ky Kiske  Y  Y
May  Y  Y
Millia Rage  Y  Y
Potemkin  Y  Y
Sol Badguy  Y  Y
Testament  N  Y
Venom  N  Y
Zato-1  N  Y

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