New Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Trailer Is Jam-Packed With Campy Fun (VIDEO)
The original Shaq Fu was, to put it bluntly, pretty bad. Released in the mid-90’s, the game featured Shaquille O’Neal (Shaq) as a playable character tasked with rescuing a boy from the evil mummy Sett Ra. Lots of kung fu ensues. Though it had its shortcomings, the actual premise of Shaq Fu is intriguing enough that developer Big Deez Productions announced that it was creating a sequel titled Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn. Now, the developer has released a new Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn trailer giving viewers a sneak peek at the campy, fun-filled action. Check it out below:
The Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn trailer is kind enough to remind its viewers just how terrible the original game was. That said, the upcoming sequel is a whole new beast. Back to “settle the score of ’94”, Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn features Shaquille O’Neal doing what he does best – okay, second best – and battling “the hordes of Hell and Hollywood.” Here’s the full description of the game:
Shaq Fu is back and better than ever! Settle the score of ’94 in a fast-paced, dynamic beat-’em-up game, combining modern and classic approaches to the genre. The player takes control of Shaquille O’Neal, voiced by none other than Shaq Fu himself, and takes on the hordes of Hell and Hollywood. Fight dozens of different enemies, learn new moves and travel to unique locations around the world. As you proceed through new levels, face powerful bosses and defeat them!”
Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn will be available for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. There is currently no official release date for the title, though it is expected to arrive at some point this year.
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