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Submitted by kythlyn 570d ago | news

Skullgirls IndieGoGo Crowdfunding Goes Live

LabZero Games, the developers of Skullgirls, launched their crowdfunding initiative on Indiegogo in an effort to release their first DLC character, Squigly. If $375,000 is raised, Skullgirls‘ first male character, Big Band, will be developed. Big Band has been described as “a charge character with command grabs.” At $600,000, a third character, decided by fan vote, will be developed. (PC, PS3, Skullgirls, Xbox 360)

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MooseWI  +   570d ago
$375,000 seems steep for a game like that, and $600,000 even seems like an extreme amount. I am not sure what development costs are normally like for a game, but wow.
Raider69  +   570d ago
This money for DLC!Sorry if it was for a new game i would supported but for DLC ITS A NO GO!
Smashbro29  +   570d ago
Everyone go buy this stuff!
Blank  +   570d ago
For everyone thinking that DLC is cheap to make you should click the link amd check the indiegogo page it has an excellent breakdown and explanation as to why it cost that much I pitched in they are almost to the first milestone : )

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