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Divekick's final update brings in a new free character

After over two years of ongoing support, fighting game parody and community in-joke Divekick has received its final update. Dubbed Divekick Addition Edition Plus Final, the free update introduces The Fencer from the popular indie game Nidh...

 
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Johnny Gat joins the roster of Divekick

When I first saw the trailer above, I thought "C'mon, Maurice Tan, former Destructoid writer/current Deep Silver PR dude, April Fools' Day was last week, you're a bit late with the jokes." But no, it's no joke; Saints Row mainman Johnny Ga...

 
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Divekick 75% off in one-day Steam promotion

If you have yet to try out Divekick, I heartily recommend you take a trip to Steam today and pick up a copy. Perhaps the simplest fighting game ever made, it's being sold in a one-day promotion for the delightfully low sum of $2.49. Divekic...

 
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Review: Divekick!

People once thought they knew what they liked about fighting games -- big rosters, big violence, big complex combat systems. The more that a fighting game had, the more it was valued. This caused developers to pack more and more of those tr...

 
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DIVEKICK - Now Bloody Playing

Your best friend Jim Sterling gets his boots polished and prepares to dive some ass! Sorry, kick some ass. It's Divekick, the new indie fighting game that many people are salivating over. Come, salivate with Jim and watch him humiliate him...

 
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Divekick will launch simultaneously on Steam, PS3, Vita

We already knew that the two-button fighting game Divekick was coming to PS3 and Vita next month. Now, thanks to a tweet from the official Divekick Twitter, we also know it will be launching on PC, through Steam, on the same day and for the...

 
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Sixteen new titles have been Greenlit on Steam

Recently, Valve admitted that the Greenlight process is "not perfect by any stretch of the imagination," but the company is still going forward with it, announcing fourteen games and two pieces of software for the service. Most of the title...

 
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Divekick has been priced and dated for PS3 and Vita

Divekick, the two-button fighting game, now has some solid details for its release. Dave Lang has announced on Twitter that the game will release on August 20 for $10 on PS3 and Vita. Best of all, it will join the ever-growing library of ga...

 
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Seth Killian is a playable character in Divekick

That's right! Seth Killian is a playable character in Divekick, the unique fighting game slated to hit the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and PC later this spring. S-Kill, as he's called in the game, is one of the harder characters to mas...

 
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New Divekick character inspired by rejected Capcom design

[Update: According to comment from Woolie Madden of the Two Best Friends series "Dave Lang and Adam actually put him [The Baz] in the game because Matt and I asked for him as our 'create your own character' donation reward [on Kickstarter]...

 
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New Divekick character deconstructs the 'glass cannon'

Jefailey is the latest character to be revealed for Divekick!, the "two buttons, no controller" fighting game from Adam "Keits" Heart and Iron Galaxy studios. Like the recently announced style changing character Uncle Sensei, Jefailey...

 
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Capcom, choke detection, and two button design with Keits

Last week's Sup Holmes (now on iTunes) had multiple tiers. Adam "Keits" Heart (creator of Divekick!) has been a champion level fighting game player for years, though as I got to know him, it felt more like mastering fighters was just an ou...

 
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Divekick is coming to the PS3, PC, and Vita

Iron Galaxy Studios and Shoryuken.com editor-in-chief Adam Heart have been hard at work getting Divekick together for a formal release. It appears as if an agreement has been made, and the game is getting a full release on the PS3, PC, and ...

 

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