I followed the game pretty religiously after that. Watched every Salty Stream, bought is as soon as it was available (360...yay) and donated to the indiegogo immediately after discovering it. That said, as much as I love this game, its art, its music and its community, I don't like the game. Not to say that the game is bad, it's fucking incredible! But my deep-rooted hatred of the MVC subgenre of fighting games prevents me from enjoying this game as much as I feel I should. It shouldn't, but it does. Skullgirls in an on again-off again kinda thing for me, and even though my dumb ass will probably never give the game the time and dedication it deserves, I'll still love and support it as much as I can. I'm still gonna buy it on my Vita (and my PS4, when I get one) when it comes out, and I'm gonna but multiple copies of the audio cd to give to my friends, and when I get a new computer, the first thing I'm gonna do is but the game on Steam. As odd and disrespectful as it may sound: I'll support Skullgirls in any way I can that does not involve actually playing it.