Skullgirls Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.9/10

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Skullgirls Reviews

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Electronic Theatre 77% Apr 23 '12
IGN 360 8/10 Apr 09 '12
XboxEdge 4.5/5 Apr 23 '12
Games Radar 8/10 Apr 13 '12
GameSpot 8.0/10 Apr 13 '12
GameSpot 8.0/10 Apr 13 '12
GameSpot 8.0/10 Apr 13 '12
Strategy Informer 7.0/10 Dec 31 '69
Worthplaying 7.5/10 May 09 '12
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Skullgirls Previews

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Computer and Video Games Dec 07 '11
Games Radar Mar 08 '11
Games Radar Nov 11 '11
GameZone Mar 08 '11
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"Available to download for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 now, Skullgirls doesn’t carry the same asking price as many of its peers, and as such may not provide quite as much content. Just a handful of characters and arguably the bare bones amount of gameplay modes, Skullgirls is perhaps a lightweight presentation in terms of variety, but the strengths of the videogame clearly lie within the gameplay, not the instant appeal of large rosters. Much more could surely be made of Skullgirls if it weren’t for the fact that trying to breach its learning curve is like trying to have a picnic during a landslide, but even as it stands Skullgirls is still a very entertaining videogame experience. Skullgirls has some interesting ideas, fantastic arrangement and a welcoming online presentation, but just as with Arcana Heart 3; it’s one for beat-‘em-up aficionados that want to have their skills put to the test."
" Fighting games are a genre that’s been proven very, very difficult to get right. For every game that makes a splash and gets played competitively for years on end, there are many more that fail, often for a variety of reasons: lack of content, poor gameplay balance, inaccessibility, bad competitive play, and what-have you. With that in mind, it’s fair to be wary of a new, as-of-yet unknown fighting game series – which Skullgirls, created by Autumn Games, most certainly is. But after getting a chance to play a very early build of the game, we can say that this is an exceptionally promising title that every genre fan should keep an eye on... ..."
"Reverge Labs recently swung by the office to show off their upcoming DLC fighting game Skullgirls. A 2-D fighter with a totally unique cartoony style, the game is aiming to combine the best elements of other fighters, specifically the Versus games, while putting their own spin on it all."
"Amidst the current wave of fighting games, we have a new contender. Skullgirls is a downloadable title that offers plenty of depth within its two dimensions of brawling..."
"Skullgirls is a risque fighter that wraps sex appeal and smooth jazz skintight around a smartly crafted fighting system. "