Lab Zero Games has announced the launch of its third crowd-funded downloadable character for indie fighting game, Skullgirls Encore, introducing fans of fisticuffs to the deadly diva, Eliza, in a new gameplay trailer for the PlayStation 3.
Skullgirls Encore, the hit indie fighter from Lab Zero Games, is primed to step onto the stage for another round of battles as the developer announces impending launches on both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Now fighting fans will be able to duke it out as their favorite violent vixens via Sony’s latest home and portable consoles.
Skullgirls fans have a lot to cheer about as Lab Zero Games announces the impending launch of three new combatants for its indie fighting game, starting next week with the fan-selected master of instrumental warfare, Big Band.
The second and final fan-voted DLC character has been selected (making for a grand total of five upcoming new characters) and, this time, it looks like the roster will be getting its second ever male character: former wrestler and chair enthusiast, Beowulf.
Skullgirls, the indie fighting game from Lab Zero Games, is getting a bit more colorful today with the release of color packs for each of the game’s eight playable brawlers.
After weeks of voting following a successful Indiegogo campaign, the third Skullgirls DLC character has been decided. Introducing Eliza, a famous singer within the game's world and Egyptian vampire.
The Skullgirls Indiegogo campaign has finally drawn to a close, raking in an unbelievable $829,829 over the span of a month through crowd funding, clearing its original goal of $150,000 by nearly sixfold. As a result, the game will be receiving five brand new DLC characters, as well as new stages, announcers and extra goodies.
With less than two days left in its Indiegogo campaign, Skullgirls has hit yet another milestone, guaranteeing a third mystery character to be added to the downloadable fighting game, as well as said character's own level and story.
With 12 days left to go in its Indiegogo campaign, the Skullgirls campaign continues to grow, already passing multiple milestones that will bring players of this indie fighting game two new characters, as well as new levels and campaigns for each.
Skullgirls, one of the few original IPs to hit the console fighting scene in quite some time, recently kicked off an Indiegogo campaign to fund the creation of its first ever DLC character, Squigly. With a goal of $175,000, Squigly was funded in just 22 hours.
Skullgirls is set to receive an update on the PlayStation 3 this week with an Xbox 360 update to follow sometime in the future. For virtual pugilists still duking it out on in one of the best original fighters to come along in a quite a while, Skullgirls is about to receive a nice coat of additional polish and even some additional content.
Although Skullgirls may not be for everyone, it’s combination of gorgeous animation, fine tuned fighting mechanics, and smooth online play makes it worth a try for fans of the genre. So if you’re into highly technical 2D fighting games, or sexy anime ladies with demented monster parts, Skullgirls just might be the game for you!
It seems the positive buzz surrounding Reverge's 2D indie fighting title, Skullgirls, has paid off. The XBLA game has sold over 50,000 copies in just over a week following its launch.
New information has surfaced from Revenge Labs and Konami indicating that it's possible the artsy new fighting game, Skullgirls, might be landing on digital e-tailer shelves early this April.
Some new screenshots have emerged for the Xbox 360 and PS3 side-scrolling fighting game featuring buxom cartoon vixens battling it out for victory. The game is extremely risqué and gives gamers both a lot of action and equal amounts of fan-service.