As an avid Fighter player, my interest was immediately piqued when, some time ago, I first got wind of the busty brawler, Skullgirls. Even though it is completely developed in the West–although co-published by Konami (the other publisher being Autumn Games)–the influences of Eastern Fighters such as Capcom’s infamous Street Fighter series and the wildly popular Marvel vs. Capcom series ring true, loud and clear. But although this tournament-ready game talks the talk, can it hold a candle to such exalted titles?
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Minecraft coming to the Xbox 360 is old news, but anyone that has played regularly knows that Mojang likes to update it a lot…. and Microsoft isn’t exactly known for their speedy certification process. However, the dev’s over at 4J Studios sound pretty sure that’s about to change.
They aren’t expecting to match the frequency of updates on the PC, but they do hope to see a much quicker testing process, something they will desperately need if the 360 version ever expects to catch up to the main release.
Sure, it launched two years ago, but that’s not stopping NinjaBee from announcing a new DLC pack for A World of Keflings. That’s cool in and of itself, but they’ve taken it a step further and are letting players decide what it will include. The choices? Candy, Graveyard, or Pirate.
The point of this post should be obvious by now. Go vote for the Pirate DLC from as many different computers and networks as you can. Don’t ask questions, just do it. Do it right now.