Posted on Thursday, May 3rd, 2012 at 9:00 AM by Guest
It’s been recently announced that Skullgirls is coming to the PC and will be available for download via Steam, Origin, GameFly, GameStop PC Downloads and GamersGate this fall. This announcement fell on the same day as it’s PSN launch.
In the PC version of this 2D fighter, we will see the addition of: move-lists, additional tutorials, improvements to the single player AI, enchanced leaderboard, and online fixes. These updates that will be released for the PC will be seen on consoles in the upcoming months.
The downloadable title is developed by Reverge Labs and published by Def Jam Rapstar studio Autumn Games. The game looks to target common complaints of the fighting genre. Additionally, an extensive tutorial plus laid-back timings make the game more accessible to newcomers to the game.
Skullgirls is one of the first dedicated console titles to make use of the GGPO (Good Game Peace Out) netcode for online play. The GGPO system is a system that is designed to combat the latency issues that haunt online arcade fighting titles. Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition is the only other title that currently uses the technology.
Skullgirls has yet to be given a release date for Europe or North America.
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