Straight from the streets of Saints Row, Johnny Gat will be making his fighting game debut.
The wait is over. The one true fighting game has come. Divekick has finally been released on PS3, PS Vita and Steam, and it is as glorious as we expected it to be. We got a chance to try all three versions out for ourselves recently. Here is what we thought.
Tomorrow, the greatest fighting game to ever have been designed is going to hit Steam, the PS3, and the PS Vita. Yes, I am talking about Divekick, the game where the controls are Dive and Kick, the characters are Dive and Kick, and the strategy is...
Fighting games were in short supply at E3 2013. Luckily, one fighting game was badass enough to represent the entire fighting game community and then some. That game is Divekick, the one true fighting game, and a release that you should be looking forward to in the near future.
Iron Galaxy, the team behind Divekick, recently hosted their second e-Sports Hour, where they unveiled the newest Divekick character: Jefailey.
In a stream last night, the team at Iron Galacy Studios revealed Uncle Sensei, the latest addition to the Divekick roster. Uncle Sensei teaches the art of divekicking out of the New Angel Dojo in Bel-Air, which he also lives in … but may not actually own. Having perfected the art of the divekick so completely, he is one of the few people in the world who can divekick not only with his feet, but with his hands as well. Hence, you will never see Uncle Sensei without some sort of footwear on his hands.
The One True Game, DiveKick, is coming to PAX this year, and developer Adam “Keits” Heart has more than a couple special treats up his sleeve for fans of the fighting game parody.