If you are a fan of Fighting genre(s) or Arcade styled Fighters, then I definitely recommend picking up a copy of Guilty Gear -Xrd-. The Guilty Gear franchise has always been a favorite of mine, and it takes me quite a ways back. If I remember correctly, it is still one of the most popular arcade fighters to date in Japan and other remote areas in the world. If you are someone who wants an even paced game, that isn't too reliant on "flashy" combos over and over (Looking at you Marvel vs. Capcom 3) and is more technical/Mind games (understanding your opponents moveset, hitbox, and player match-up in a similar vein to Street Fighter mechanics) then Guilty Gear Xrd is a game you very may as well enjoy. Unlike it's predecessors, the game is much more easier to get into, and the execution sequences can vary. The design is top notch, and the music is as good as it will ever be (If you are a fan of progressive Metal/Rock music that is, but Daisuke does a pretty good job.) The game is a nice balance between the mindset of a Street Fighter player (where you really on poking the opponent out of attacks, and spacing yourself or creating set-ups on the screen to allow you advantage) with that of your much faster paced Arcade Fighter (If you played Blazblue before, the game will feel very similar.)
Overall fun game for veteran players and beginners alike. However, these kind of games are not meant for everyone, and the timing and execution needed to put in certain moves or attacks may frustrate you if you are new to these kind of games, but that all comes down to how much time you would put into it as well as practice.