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Skullgirls: Second Encore content that was previously exclusive to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita releases will soon be available on Windows, Mac, and Linux through Steam on the 13th of April this year. Through a purchasable expansion, you will gain access to features such as voiced story mode, trials, survival mode, and challenges.

In addition, this package also contains all of the previously released downloadable content available for Skullgirls including each of the characters added since release as well as the expanded color palette selections for every character. However, be aware that there will not be a price reduction for the package if you are already in possession of the DLC. Those who own the DLC prior to purchasing the second encore content will be getting a discount.

To make up for this, the Second Encore Upgrade will be available for $10 USD for a week following its release, and will later be priced at $15 after this period ends. For one third of the price of purchasing each DLC individually, you will gain access to all of the DLC in addition to the many new features that were previously offered solely on consoles.

Banner by... Steam users of Skullgirls will soon have access to Second Encore content...
If you've got Second Encore and you want more, you can get it on the Playstation Vita store on the 5th of April (four days from right now). If you plan on playing Skullgirls on the go, or if you have a Vita TV at home and want the latest port of Skullgirls, mark the 5th of April on your calendar. If you are a resident of Europe, the date for Skullgirls on the European Playstation Store is not yet confirmed, but rest assured you will surely get the Skullgirls.

With this expansion on the horizon, Skullgirls: Second Encore will be featured on two more platforms alongside PC (Windows, Linux, Mac), PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and on Nesica Arcade Cabinets. With this, Skullgirls is easily one of the most accessible fighting games on the market.

In the event that you plan on getting the Vita version, and you aren't entirely sure the differences between that version and others available, Mike Z has got you covered.

Banner by Smile If you've got Second Encore and you want more, you can get it on the Playstation Vita store on the 5th of April......
Hey all!

I'm trying to get a decent list going of sticks that are compatible with our stick driver and I could use some help! We've gotten by with a general FAQ about them on the official Skullgirls website, but I'd like to have something a little more comprehensive.

List of confirmed compatible sticks/peripherals so far:
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  • Qanba Q1

Here's what we have on the official SG site:
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Lab Zero has extensively tested PS3 stick compatibility at public events, and virtually all fight sticks work.

This includes every PS3-compatible stick tested from the following manufacturers:

  • Mad Catz
  • Hori
  • PDP
  • EightArc / Qanba
In addition to these, virtually every custom option we’ve tested has worked, provided they’ve been updated with the latest firmware.

As a General Rule: If your stick is wired and works without needing special driver software on PC, it should work with Lab Zero’s PS3 stick technology.

The following peripherals are confirmed to be incompatible:

  • Arcade Fighter Micro by dreamGEAR
  • Inpin PS2 controller adaptors
  • Custom sticks with DualShock 3 internals built into them
Many unlicensed PS3 peripherals masquerade as DualShock 3s, which ensures that the PlayStation 4 will not be able to “see”...
Owners of the Playstation Vita, the Vita TV, and the Playstation 4 version of Skullgirls: Second Encore might be interested to find out that the Vita has been submitted to Sony and a release date will soon be available. In the meantime, Lab Zero has provided a video demonstrating the game in action in case you need to be super duper sure its really for real.

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Owners of the Playstation Vita, the Vita TV, and the Playstation 4 version of Skullgirls: Second Encore might be interested to find out that the Vita has been submitted to Sony...
Lab Zero has just garnered the $1.5 million they needed to fund Indivisible from the donations of kind fans from across the planet. Through the dips, declines, crowdcharts, paypal issues, and the extension, Indivisible has finally made it. and Lab zero will now use put this next to the billions they made from Incredibly Famous Indie Title Skullgirls: Encore: Second Encore, and additionally adjacent to the thousands of uncut diamonds paid to Lab Zero by SJW terrorists to steal YOUR hard earned pantyshots that you paid for in Skullgirls.

However, unlike those two previously mentioned sums of valuable goods and legal tender, the $1.5 Million and all additional funds raised by the Indivisible Indiegogo Campaign is not made up and imaginary, and will be given to Lab Zero at the end of the campaign to begin work on Indivisible, not to mention the additional $2 million that will be given by 505 Games after the completion of the Indiegogo campaign.

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Lab Zero is incredibly thankful for your support, but so is 505 Games!

Here's a short letter from Ian Howe, the President of 505 Games USA.

I want to say a huge thank you to each and every person who has contributed to this campaign, in addition, I wanted to acknowledge the huge amount of effort from so many of you who have taken the time to try and convince others to contribute, or have...
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