Skullgirls Crack/Patch

Skullgirls Set in the fictional Canopy Kingdom, Skullgirls pits players against ranks of deadly but beautiful opponents in an attempt to control the enigmatic Skull Heart, a mysterious artifact with the power to bestow wishes - but not without a substantial price. Should the soul be less than pure, both the victor's wish and her being shall be corrupted into a living nightmare that haunts humanity. She will be known as the Skullgirl, a monstrous entity of immense power.

Download Skullgirls Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 85 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1777
Genre Action, Fighting, 2D
Company / Developer
Marvelous AQL / Lab Zero Games

Skullgirls reviews ( 7 )

Tyrlol, Nov 23, 2013

Hands down the most fun I've had in a fighting game. Excellent characters, beautiful and fluid animations. Every character feels very unique and thematic. Fighting mechanics are amazing and have a lot of depth to them. Net code is amazing and allows my friends and I to play around the world with minimal lag.

ASDdsa123, Nov 21, 2013

One of the best fighting games what i ever played. Graphics is wonderful and smooth and music are quite nice. The characters are really original, every one of them has their own fighting style. For example, Ms. Fortune can remove her limbs and head which provides a tactical advantage and Double which is able to deform in any other application fighter. Game is a great tutorial, a guide to all the basic movement, attacks and special attacks. Tutorial we will learn all the characters attacks and special attacks. Games also are frequently updated which says that the game makers care about the game. And believe me, those updates will be 2-4 weeks, and they are not wildly big. One thing which is a bit annoying is the fact that the game is currently only 9 characters, but the beginning of year 2014 will be 4 new FREE dlc characters and more are just coming up. This game is totally 10/10.

eternalsnows, Aug 29, 2013

I'll cut to the chase: go buy Skullgirls right now. It's incredibly fun and you'd be hard pressed to find a better value for your gaming dollar. The sheer amount stylishness, polished gameplay, and raw originality on display here is truly remarkable. I've always enjoyed fighting games, but I'm not an expert by any means. I like to learn as many special moves and combos as I can, but my actual "strategy" usually ends up being semi-coherent button mashing. I own Street Fighter IV and Mortal Kombat and have had a lot of fun with both. Skullgirls is similar in many ways to its big-budget cousins, but it's also very much its own game. The neo-Art Deco art style is very well done and the characters are designed and animated to perfection. It's an absolute joy to watch classic Warner Bros.-style cartoon chaos unfold as cars race across the screen, heads roll, and giant balls of twine wreak havoc on your character. The voice acting is limited, but suits the mood of the game to a T, as does the 1920s-era jazz soundtrack. I do have a few tiny nitpicks. I would like to see a few more characters, a little bit more voice work, more graphics options, and maybe some polishing done on a few of the stage backgrounds. Honestly though, I get why there are a couple of minor weaknesses like this. Clearly the developers spent a huge amount of time and money perfecting the core gameplay, and as a result they've come up with something really special. If a few secondary things fell through cracks or got pushed back then that's totally reasonable. It just makes me look forward all the more to future patches/DLC and (hopefully) Skullgirls 2!

BastienYaiba, Oct 31, 2015

Le pongo un 9 por que se lo merece, me parece increíble que haya a quién le disguste este juego. Desde que ví las imágenes en Steam sentí amor por él, en cuanto pude jugarlo y oír la preciosa banda sonora acompañada de unas animaciones echas a mano con tanto detalle se convirtió en un favorito instantáneo. Admito que ya de por sí el género de la lucha me encanta, pero este juego representa todo por lo que lo amo. Voy a ser cruel y decir las cosas que a la gente no le gusta de este juegazo: El precio ``inflado´´, no tiene tutorial y que en el online no hay discriminación de habilidad y un novato puede acabar peleando contra un experto. En otras palabras: Es canela en rama. Me impresiona que haya gente capaz de cascarle menos de un 7 por semejantes bobadas, la verdad

Unhexennium, Oct 9, 2013

Beautiful game. The art style, music, and character design are top-notch. The game plays like Marvel vs Capcom, but with a few difference. The assists are infinite, which means they can be used with less caution, and the game implements an anti-infinite combo system, which can means there should be no infinite combos. However, there are 100% combos, which may as well be infinite. But, they are not easy to do, and you won't see them online every often, if ever. My biggest gripe is with the combos being very long and overdone. It's not fun to helplessly sit through someone's 80 hit combo. It's not fun because, not because you are helpless, but because it gets boring after a few times. And that's what the game turns into. Each player tries to capitalize on any openings, and once that first hit lands, it turns into a massive combo. And on top of that, everyone who plays has to learn those combos to compete. Spending hours in the training mode memorizing huge combos gets old. But that's how the game is played, so you don't have a choice. All in all, it's a good game, but with a flawed combo system. I guess that was the vision of the designer though. I'll stick with games like KOF and GG.

melodymoony, Apr 25, 2016

With fun combat and mechanics Skullgirls is a beautiful anime 2d fighting game. The art and the graphics are really nice and I loved the soundtrack (just do a YouTube search for “The Fish Man's Dance” and “The Legend of the Skull Heart” -my two favorite- they are amazing!). Game has a comprehensive tutorial, gameplay in general is really good. The characters have a lot of style and personality, I love the cast, it’s very original. The only problem is that there are not enough characters since the roster is rather small. As for game modes it has different ones, like single player story, arcade mode and Vs. I’m sure you will have fun in every one of them. By the way, the controls are intuitive and responsive. A must have if you are fan of anime and or fighting games.

Hitorikko, Sep 6, 2013

derivative as hell fighter. Does absolutely nothing new and everything worse than other games. Its much touted "originality" stops at the character design. I suppose if you couldn't care less about any of that and just want to masturbate to some faux-anime, then go for it I guess. There's even a tutorial in there that's been hailed as amazing by people too lazy to use google. In short, absolutely nothing special. If you want to play a good fighter, play pretty much anything else. If you want to play a good fighter that's also pretty, play KoF XIII. If you want to play a barely competent attempt at the genre with janky animation, play Skullgirls. Though I guess Netherrealm's spawn falls into that category too.