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Close to two week’s after the game’s release, most everyone has had their chance to try the game out, played it, and so on. If you’re still on the fence however, here’s a round up of all the reviews I could scrounge up on the grand old internets. Just remember that some of these reviews do have some factual errors, and that you should always form your own opinion before buying the game (by trying out the demo even)!

Check out the list after the jump! I’m sure there’s plenty more reviews out there, but you get the idea ;)!

Gamespot’s Review – 8 out of 10

Shacknews’ Review – “Skullgirls is a pleasant surprise and this downloadable title holds its own against many of its larger retail brethren.”

Eurogamer’s Review –  7 out of 10

XXLGaming’s Review – 88 out  of 100

TheGamer’sHub’s Review – 4 out of 5

Gamelitist – 3 out of 5

CheatCodeCentral – 4.6 out of 5

Darkstation – 10 out of 10

Totalplaystation – 9 out of 10

IGN – 8.5 out of 10

Playstationlife – 8 out of 10

Playstation Universe – 8 out of 10

GameRevolution – 4 out of 5

Gameblog – 4 out of 5

Game Informer – 8 out of 10

PSXExtreme – 7.5 out of 10

OPM UK – 70 out of 100

Edge Online – 70 out of 100

Neon Tommy – “The best thing, however, is that if the game detects an infinite combo starting up, a player can do an instant combo breaker and get some breathing room to try again. WHY DOESN’T EVERY GAME HAVE THIS?”

Gametrailers – 8.3 out of 10

Joystiq – 3 out of 5

Now Gamer – 7 out of 10

Games Radar – 8 out of 10

1up.com – B+

Official Xbox Magazine – Did Peacock just puff cigar smoke out of her eye…? Creepy!

G4tv- 4 out of 5

PlanetXbox360 – We were surprised how smoothly the fighting came together, especially using a dedicated MadCatz FightPad or FightStick (sold separately, obviously).

Just Push Start – 7.7 out of 10

Game Shampoo – 9 out of 10

Game Zombie – 4 out of 5

Shonen Jump – One of the most interesting aspects of the game is the versus match set-up. You can choose to fight with one super-powerful character, two medium-powered characters, or three weaker ones.

Front Towards Gamer – 9 out of 10

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