Summary: I loved this game greatly, the aesthetics are all very pleasing, as well as the music which I feel suits the theme. As for the story; it was, to put it; pretty meh. Though fighting games aren't really known for things as plot and such, so I'll happily glide over the weak story.
Summary: Fighting games are defined by their controls if a fighting game doesn't play well and doesn't have tight responsive controls it isn't worth anything no matter how good everything else is the developers behind Skullgirls understands that.
Summary: I remember hearing this game out of no where and thought it was just another stupid indie game that would occupy 2 min of my time. I have now spent at least 30+ hours playing this game. The art style is beautiful and has the best controls i have ever seen in a fighting game.
Summary: Absolutely beautiful visuals and very well design characters. But as a fighter, style and visuals aside, it is rather average. Combat is fun and engaging, combos are simple enough to pull off, but it also feels like there isn't enough depth.
Summary: I actually bought the game on both platforms because I loved it so much and wanted to be able to play it with friends on each platform. The load times aren't as good on Xbox as the are on PSN, but that doesn't take away from the experience and there are certain things that are better on Xbox.
Summary: Skullgirls is a very one dimensional and over all weak release. While there is a mediocre, combo dependent game hiding at its core, the barrier to entry in this game is far too steep, and the tutorial gives you none of the help you need to reach its potential.
Summary: "SkullGirls" is a 2D Fighting game for XBLA, which costs 1200ms points, developed by Reverge Lab, in partnership with Konami. The story is about the search by the protagonist girls (Skullgirls) for an ancient artifact, the Skull Heart, who is able to realize their dreams and that is (obviously) with...
Summary: I have been following this game for a long time. Since I haven't played it yet, this is not a review. However, watching hours of gameplay videos and interview, I am certain that this humble downloadable game is going to breath new life into the fighting game industry.