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Skullgirls 'Slightly Different Edition' patch hits PS3 version Nov. 20

Jordan Mallory
November 17, 2012
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The PlayStation network version of indie fighting game Skullgirls will be receiving a rather sizable update next Tuesday, November 20. Dubbed "Skullgirls: Slightly Different Edition," the patch makes a multitude of balance and gameplay changes to all characters, in addition to correcting bugs and adding new features/modes.

Amongst those new features are the addition of in-game move lists for each character, a new Tournament Mode that streamlines the user interface and menu hierarchy for tournament settings, cross-compatibility between North American and European/Australian matchmaking regions in online play, individual character tutorials and a lot more.

No date has been given for when the patch will be applied to the XBLA version of the game, though the patch notes do promise to greatly improve load times whenever that happens. The full list of changes, including character/balance adjustments and other various mechanical fiddling, can be found here.





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