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Divekick heads to Xbox One

by Charlie Grammeron December 4, 2013
That’s right, folks. The two-button fighter titled simply Divekick is heading to Microsoft’s newest console. This news was confirmed by our pals at Kotaku, who spoke to Iron Galaxy’s (the team behind the game) Dave Long. He stated that the game is indeed on its way to Microsoft’s Xbox One, and looking at a list […]

Sony announces the lineup for the PlayStation Vita Summer Select event

by Ramon Arandaon August 19, 2013
Sony today has revealed its lineup for the PS Vita Summer Select event, which will highlight upcoming digital titles that will be offered in special deals for PlayStation Plus members. PS Vita Summer Select will feature four indie games launching over the next four weeks, which includes Divekick, Spelunky, KickBeat and Dragon Fantasy: Book II. Additionally, […]

Divekick comes to PC Aug. 20

by Adam Larckon July 26, 2013
Fighting game Divekick will launch on Steam the same day as the PlayStation Network. Both versions will sell for $10 on Aug. 20 developer Iron Galaxy announced on Twitter. For those that don’t know, the game has two buttons, dive and kick. However, the cast of characters actually do have quite a bit of depth […]

Divekick is on Steam Greenlight

by Josh Boykinon May 4, 2013
Divekick, the two-button fighter from Iron Galaxy, is now searching for upvotes on Steam Greenlight. If you want the opportunity to pick up this surprisiingly-deep 2D fighter from the comfort of your own Steam account, then sending your approval its way is a good idea. The Chicago-based studio created a fighter which pits players against […]

C2E2 2013: Bringing Comics, Games, Anime, and More to the Midwest

by Josh Boykinon April 27, 2013
I’m Josh Boykin, and this weekend I’ll be posting news, pictures, and editorials fresh from C2E2, the Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo. Since its launch in 2010 the event has exploded, increasing its exposure and clout here in the good ol’ Midwest. To kick things off I interviewed Lance Fensterman, organizer of C2E2 and Global […]