Sony's former indie game guru Adam Boyes has joined Killer Instinct and Divekick developer Iron Galaxy Studios as its CEO.
Fighting game Divekick now has its final playable character: The Fencer from the wonderful Nidhogg.
Two-button fighting game Divekick launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this week, developer Iron Galaxy Studios has announced.
Divekick Addition Edition+ releases on PS4 and Xbox One on 7th October in North America and 8th October in Europe.
Iron Galaxy added that the AE+ update for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Vita versions should be available a day or two after the next-gen launch.
Johnny Gat of Saints Row fame is a playable character in two-button fighting game Divekick.
The free Addition Edition update for two-button fighting game Divekick goes live today for the PC via Steam and PlayStation 3 versions, developer Iron Galaxy has said.
However, the update for the Vita version has been delayed and will be released later, the developer revealed on Twitter last night.
The upcoming PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Divekick include the Addition Edition update. It includes major balance changes, at least one new stage and at least one new character. There is no PlayStation cross-buy plan because all the next-gen updates will be patched into the current versions for free.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version of two-button fighting game Divekick is called Divekick: Addition Edition, developer Iron Galaxy has announced.
Two-button fighting game Divekick will release on Xbox One, its developer has announced.
Minimalist fighting game Divekick has been dated for 20th August on PC via Steam, developer Iron Galaxy Studios has announced. This is the same day it will launch on North America's PSN where it will be a Cross-Buy title on PS3 and Vita.
The latest batch of accepted titles on Steam Greenlight has been announced with a whopping 14 games and a couple of non-game pieces of software to boot.
The two-man developer Vlambeer knew it was on to something with its 2D dogfighting retro throwback Luftrausers. Its snappy pace and minimalist visuals seemed well suited for on-the-go gaming, but Vlambeer worried its control scheme would be compromised on mobile. Instead, the Netherlands-based developer decided it would be a perfect fit for the PlayStation Vita's widescreen and button input. So it did what any small studio would do - it worked on a pitch.
Comically simple two-button fighting game Divekick has been pushed back to summer, developer Iron Galaxy Studios has announced. It was originally set for spring.
Minimalist fighting game Divekick is coming to PS3, Vita and PC this spring, developer Iron Galaxy Studios has announced.