The original Shaq Fu is a weird fighting game has O'Neal travel to another dimension to fight odd monsters and aliens.
For those unaware, the original Shaq Fu is a 2D fighting game that was initially released for the Sega Genesis and Super NES on October 28, 1994, and was met with general aversion from fans and critics alike due to its unimaginative graphics and tediously repetitive gameplay.
In Shaq Fu, players take control of the unstoppable Shaquille O'Neal as he fights his way through the hordes of Hell and Hollywood. Developer Saber Interactive has teamed up with publisher Wired Productions to unleash this unlikely sequel. "Shaq will have a range of weapons, including katana swords, shuriken stars and baseball bats, as well as his alter egos, "Big Daddy O" and 'Big Diesel". Are you looking forward to its upcoming wacky sequel? It'll also be getting a physical release alongside a digital one.
While it received mixed reviews upon its release, retrospective criticism of the original Shaq Fu has been overwhelmingly negative.
Scheduled for release on the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, the game has announced a spring release window, and will be sold both digitally and physically.
As an added bonus, anyone who happened to purchase a copy of NBA Playgrounds for Switch prior to June 10th, 2017 will receive a free copy of of the game on Switch.