"I paid for the old design with the cable"
Crowdfunding can be a temperamental affair - some campaigns on the likes of Kickstarter and Indiegogo can be impressive success stories, but others turn into somewhat messy and protracted projects. SFANS is a case and point - as a Switch 'dock' adapter it does a solid job and comfortably met its funding...
Could this be the ultimate Switch accessory?
We recently checked out an LED mini projector with the Switch to see if it was a match made in gaming heaven. The results proved to be quite pleasing; with this projector coupled with the SFANS Adapter and Nintendo Switch, we were able to fit everything we needed into a medium-sized backpack...
Save the dimension
2D time-manipulation action & puzzle side scrolling platformer AeternoBlade 2 has been announced for fan-funding via Indiegogo. The creator of the original AeternoBlade - Corecell Technology - is making a sequel to the Japanese series with protagonist Freyja returning. Not alone this time, 2 new
Kazaaming his way onto your Wii U
New Jersey developer Big Deez Productions has finally passed its $450,000 crowdfunding goal on Indiegogo for the upcoming Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, set to hit Wii U, PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360; it raised $473,884 of its $450,000 goal, hitting its target relatively late in the day. When it made its début...
"I don't think anyone would have really cared about a Shaq shooter"
Matt Karch, CEO of Big Deez Productions, recently sat down for an interview with Red Bull to shed light on the potential Indiegogo-funded Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn. He discussed the direct involvement of basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal, and made sure to distance A Legend Reborn...
Wii U and 3DS could be included
You may remember earlier this year when we directed your attention to the Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn crowdfunding campaign, which had hugely ambitious 3DS and Wii U stretch goals of around a million dollars. The wonderfully named New Jersey-based developer Big Deez Productions has now posted on the Facebook page of the...
What the Fu?!
Last year we brought you the disturbing news that Mine O'Mine, a company owned by Shaquille O'Neal, registered a series of trademarks for possible use in video games. As Shaq Fu on the Super NES is widely regarded as a shockingly bad game, it was news to prompt shudders rather than celebrations. Well, a new game is possibly on the...
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