Two-button fighter Divekick is coming to the Xbox One. Buried at the bottom of a long list of developers self-publishing via ID@Xbox, Dave Lang of Iron Galaxy confirmed the scrappy title for Microsoft's latest console.
Divekick started as a parody of fighting games, but then became a real fighting game that's being played at tournaments like EVO. Of course, as the game evolved, it only added to the number of inside jokes and references, so Tina and I took a look at all the characters while testing our divekicking skills (spoiler…
Indie Game: The Infomercial. "If StarCraft is a sport, Divekick is a crime scene." That's Action Button founder (and sometime Kotaku contributor) Tim Rogers giving his trademark infomercial-style pitch for Divekick, an absurd two-button fighting game he did not make but would still like for you to play.
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A fighting game that has only two buttons—and that only has one-hit kills. A fighting game dreamed up as a joke but now targeted for the pro fighting scene. A game that will be playable on PC, PS3 or, most ridiculously, by two players on one PlayStation Vita.