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About the product
- Includes Divekick Addition Edition + update featuring Johnny Gat and a new stage!
- 14 plus completely unique and original characters, each with their own fighting style and special techniques. That's 91 unique match-ups to play and learn.
- A story for every character in the game, including an intro, ending, and rival battles. You will be moved to tears!
- Ranked and non-ranked GGPO-powered online play, the most trusted netcode in fighting games. Includes ranking boards for each character, as well as overall.
- Local VS play for two players, with quick and easy button reconfiguration to accommodate a room full of unique personalities. Full Steamworks integration, including Big Picture Mode.
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That’s why Divekick has just two buttons: Dive (into the air) makes your character jump straight up. Kick causes your character to fly foot first at a downward angle. If you press Kick on the ground, you can jump away from your opponent.
Utilizing these moves, the first hit will win the round, and the player that wins five rounds first wins the game. It’s pure adrenaline, awareness, and outsmarting your enemy. It’s a fighting game deconstructed into its purest form.
- Supported OS: [Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista]
- Processor: Intel or AMD Dual Core Processor
- RAM: 2 GB
- Hard Disk: 1.64 GB
- Video Card: DirectX 10 / DirectX 11 compliant video card
- Additional Requirements: OS needs to be updated to have the DirectX 11 Runtime libraries
Top customer reviews
So....Ummm...yeah. This game is AWESOME! Part of me has a difficult time reconciling it's sheer awesomeness with it's inherent simplicity, but really, that is the beauty of this game. You use two buttons (on the gamepad anyway, and you get to decide which two you want to use). One is for diving, one is for kicking....and that is it. All movement is accomplished by virtue of these two moves, and the battles are short and sweet, and yet surprisingly complex. Considering how basic and simple the game mechanics are, this may possibly be the greatest game ever made, lol.
Everybody owes it to themselves to give this game a go.
The only knock I have on it right now is I couldnt find an online match. I wonder if people have moved on from the game. Hopefully though (and especially since we are currently in the midst of the Steam Summer sale at the time of this writing), more people will buy this and the online aspects will thrive once again.