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DiveKick To Be Released On Xbox One

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Posted December 5, 2013 by Bunneh3000 in News
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Who knew you could make a fighter featuring two buttons and be successful in today’s day and age?

Well, indie developer Iron Galaxy did so with their title DiveKick. With that acheivement, they’ve recently decided to bring all of that two button goodness to the Xbox One through Microsofts new self-publishing program entitled ID@Xbox. Set up as Microsoft’s answer to all of the Xbox One indie developer anxiety, the Independent Developers Publishing Program is set to attract established indie developers, just like Iron Galaxy to publish great games for the Xbox One.

DiveKick, which was originally developed by One True Game Studios, is one of those established successes that Microsoft is speaking of. Made as a two dimensional fighting game parody, DiveKick brilliantly coupled simplicity and humor to form a game that easily stands on its own. Released on the Playstation 3 and the Playstation Vita initially, the game eventually made its way to PC’s via Steam’s Greenlight program.

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Bunneh3000

A gamer since the days of Texas Instruments PCs with cartidges, I embody the 'casual' gamer moniker. RPGs, turn based strategy, hack n slashers, NBA sims, shooters, Space flight combat sims, and mech combat sims are my forte. If you need a Battlefield commander, I'm your Cylon... I mean... um... man.

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