We’re back from GamesCom and had another excellent show. While we wish we had more stations and more fans had come to play, the press response was as glowing as we’d come to expect, and the recurring and dedicated fans were enthusiastic and fantastic. Meeting people from so many countries was excellent, and watching them enjoy the game was even better.
I took far too many pictures to post them all here, and you can see the rest one our Flickr page in the GamesCom 2011 photo set.
Between the panel, the side tournament and the generally overflowing enthusiasm for the game, Skullgirls had a great showing at EVO 2011.
We’ll have pictures as soon as the camera and its operator return from Vegas, but in the mean-time you can view Mike Z’s entire panel, Skullgirls: New Age of Heroines, right here.
The panel lasts a full 70 minutes or so, divided into 7 10-minute chunks for enhanced digestability.
Being an art-centric event, it makes sense that all the Skullgirls coverage coming out of Anime Expo would be Alex-centric. We’ve got three new interviews with Skullgirls‘ creative director, Alex Ahad, on GameZone, Destructoid and the LA Weekly!