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Skullgirls- Xbox 360

Skullgirls- Xbox 360
alaScore 87

34 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 34 reviews of Skullgirls- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. People really like the size and usability. The story and gameplay also get good feedback.

price, gameplay, story, usability, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Skullgirls- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Skullgirls Playtest: A Really Good Teacher

 

Skullgirls' tutorial is very well constructed and contains valuable information that is not only relevant to the game itself, but can also be applied to any other fighter.

There are numerous references made in the game to fighting game history and Internet memes. Parasoul’s Blockbuster attack for example, will have her saying “One Million Troops” as her Egrets rush down the screen, Valentine’s Blockbuster mimics Dio...

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Skullgirls Review

 

Flashline: From the artist that brought you Scott Pilgrim, comes one of the most stylized games to grace your eyeballs in recent years... Skullgirls is a 2D fighting game on the XBLA and PSN that sucks you in with its gorgeously original visuals, and...

Watching Valentine in her neutral stance... What?

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Skullgirls Review

 

Brains, brawn, and looks to boot.

Stylish and defined visual/audio presentation; Flexible, solid mechanics that rule out cheap tactics; Trimmed down price for a quality fighter

with a trimmed down roster as a result; Slim pickings in features

Skullgirls is an engaging, memorable fighting game that presents more of a skeleton than a full experience—but that skeleton is both rock-solid and highly flexible. The bulk of a fighting game is really its gameplay and characters, and Skullgirls has...

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Skullgirls Review

 

These days, if you want to make a great fighting game, you need something that REALLY stands out. After all, you're basically competing against the “big boys” of the industry, like the strong return of Mortal Kombat (still going strong after its debut...

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Skullgirls Review

 

If you're a serious fighting game player, you probably have some contentious opinions about the people that make and play them and the genre overall. It's hard to avoid having strong opinions, especially when the games pit players against each other in...

What Reverge Labs has done with Skullgirls is prove that even an independent developer can make a slick, fun, and unique fighting game amongst the eight-figure budgets seen in the rest of the genre. Because of a few mildly annoying problems, it remains...

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Skullgirls Review

 

Skullgirls is a risque fighter that wraps sex appeal and smooth jazz skintight around a smartly crafted fighting system.

Well crafted fighting system ; Each character feels distinct ; Excellent tutorials that teach fighting theory ; GGPO still a winner for online play

No spectator and replay support ; Lacks character-specific command lists

At the oh-so-attractive price of $15, Skullgirls is a great value. Its strong fighting system can stand toe-to-toe with genre regulars, while the lessons taught in the tutorials should be adopted in all fighting games. There's plenty of fun to be had...

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Skullgirls Review: Fluid, Competitive, and Full of Over-the-Top Fanservice

 

Skullgirls addresses many problems found in modern fighting games, but isn't without its own.

Any fan of fighting games knows that the genre offers a lot of options these days -- almost too many. With a new fighter poised to be the next competitive masterpiece coming out seemingly every month, each new contender needs to offer something to set...

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Skullgirls Review

 

What happens when you combine beautiful 2D art with tournament-grade fighting? You get Skullgirls. Find out if this is worth a download.

While light on content, the core play in Skullgirls works beautifully on numerous levels. Astounding animation dresses up its solid basics and the roster provides plenty of possibilities for strategies and play styles. And for those looking for real...

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Skullgirls Review

 

Skullgirls is a game made by pro fighters and it shows.

Skullgirls is as close to art as the fighting game genre is going to get. From its quirky character designs (you just have to love characters based on 1940s cartoons) to its incredible gameplay systems, it shows that the designers of the game put a lot...

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I love a good fighting game, and I have been a fan of the genre since I was a little kid. With the resurgence of fighting games thanks to the highly successful Street Fighter IV, the tournament...

Deep yet simple mechanics ; Beautiful visuals ; Great game play ; Fantastic tutorial ; Cheap price

No in game move list ; Small character roster ; Minimal online options ; Features not explained in game

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