Skullgirls 2nd Encore for PlayStation 4
PS4

Skullgirls 2nd Encore

Jul 7, 2015
8.85
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Good
74th of 6284

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About this game

Developer: Lab Zero Games
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Skullgirls 2nd Encore is the perfect fighting game for casual and competitive fighting game fans alike. Casual players will enjoy the fully voiced story mode, gorgeous animation and soundtrack by Michiru Yamane, while hardcore players will appreciate its balance, cross-platform multiplayer, and support for PlayStation®3 system fight sticks.

Gamer Reviews

4129 Reviews
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Ahmed El-Refaey

Ahmed El-Refaey

Dec 23, 2020
8.80

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
8.09
Steven HillAug 06, 2015
Skullgirls remains a fine fighter with finesse and an interesting solution to excessive imbalance. The game boasts a brilliant implementation of GGPO netplay, and a sublime tutorial. However, 2nd Encore misfires with a lack of winner-stays-on lobbies at launch, quite a small roster, perfunctory story mode, and the game's art style – superb in places – feels needlessly cheapened at times.
Jonathan HolmesJul 11, 2015
Visually, Skullgirls 2nd Encore looks heaps better on the PS4 than Skullgirls or Skullgirls Encore did on the PS3. The black bars on the top and bottom of the screen are gone, allowing characters to stretch to their proper proportions, and everything looks brighter and sharper. As for sound, every cutscene now has full voice acting, which does a lot to make the game's world feel more alive. As Skullgirls fans already know, the game has a deep, fairly complicated story, filled with around 100 characters big and small.
Suriel VazquezJul 13, 2015
Skullgirls: 2nd Encore is a good buy for anyone looking to get into fighting games, but it’s far from a perfect one. After picking up a lot of good knowledge from the tutorials, you may want to move to a less intricate and combo-centric game with a less intimidating online crowd. If you haven’t tried Skullgirls yet, this is this best place to start, but if you’ve already played it, there’s not much reason to switch to this version for now.

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