Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn is getting a bodily and digital launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC this spring. Wired Productions will publish the sport from impartial developer Saber Interactive.

The sequel to the 1994 sport reached its crowdfunding purpose of $450,000 on Indiegogo again in 2014. After struggling quite a few delays, the beat-’em-up starring the NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal is lastly nearing launch.

The authentic Shaq Fu is a weird combating sport has O’Neal journey to a different dimension to combat unusual monsters and aliens. Its bizarre premise has helped endear it into the minds of retro followers, even when the precise sport isn’t all that nice. Shaq was an enormous star within the ’90s. Along along with his NBA profession, he launched rap albums and starred in motion pictures … none of which have been all that good.

But Shaq Fu has a doubtful legacy. Some even name it one of many worst video games ever made, a moniker that Saber Interactive is embracing for the sequel.

“Master devastating combos, battle outlandish celeb bosses and tackle all comers with an array of weapons, together with katanas, shuriken, and baseball bats,” Saber detailed in a press launch despatched to GamesBeat. “Channel Shaq’s alter egos, Big Daddy O and Big Diesel, in epic battles within the successor to the worst sport ever on a mission to revive Shaq’s legacy.”


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