The new versions will include all of the downloadable characters and stages available on existing platforms. The PlayStation Vita version will be compatible with the PlayStation TV microconsole and support local multiplayer with two players and DualShock 3 or DualShock 4 controllers.
Lab Zero Games relaunched its 2D fighting game as Skullgirls Encore on the PlayStation Network this February. Originally released as Skullgirls in 2012, the game switched publishers, developers and names and expanded in its two-year history. The fighting game is also available on Xbox 360 and Windows PC.
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