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Divekick Interview with Adam Heart and Dave Lang

"Easily one of the most interesting games we’ve seen of late, Divekick seeks to simplify the fighting game genre by skipping the learning process of combos and jumping right to the head games. With only two inputs, dive and kick, you have to headshot your way through one of the most colorful casts of characters ever. We sit down with Adam ‘Keits’ Heart,creator on Divekick, and Dave Lang, the CEO of Iron Galaxy, to talk about this concentrated insanity." - David Rhinehart of Geekenstein.com

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PrimeGrime1167d ago

How is this interesting. It literally looks like a new grounds game from like 2001 or something. Not much interesting about the combat since it is clearly luck based for the most part.

You aren't straining yourself trying to bust a combo, your simply diving and kicking.. Yes very technical. I hate to be an ass about this game but why are people so excited for this? That crap will get so old, so fast.

If it is free hey can't complain about free but if they expect people to pay for that.. Just wow.

Andrew Wiggin1167d ago

It's a game you have to play to understand. There is no luck in the combat, it's removing the combo memorization from the fighting game and getting straight to the high level mind games. In fact, if you want the interview they explain precisely that.

fsfsxii1167d ago

Sorry, but wtf is this?? This should be a mobile game.

wtfbbq81167d ago

seriously would anyone try this game even if it's free?