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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1093d ago | review

Destructoid - Skullgirls Review

Destructoid - Skullgirls is a downloadable fighting game in a world brimming with big-budget, disc-based games from the same genre. Holding it to the same standards might seem unfair, but expectations from fighting game players are the same regardless of how the game is delivered. That being said, Skullgirls nails some aspects that the big names seem to have overlooked while simultaneously overlooking others. (PS3, Skullgirls, Xbox 360) 8/10

BeardedGent  +   1093d ago
I love the hell out of the demo and the minute I have the extra funds, I'm buying the full version. It's a nice little fighter with a lot of personality.

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