Bump in the road.
Since its release, Skullgirls has found major success. From positive review scores to high sales in a short period of time, the Reverge Labs fighter seems to have hit the jackpot.
While Skullgirls seems to be riding in the fast lane, even a Lamborghini can hit a bump in the road. Players on PSN have been reporting crashes ever since the game was released in Europe. The problem has affected both North Americans and Europeans.
Reverge Labs' Peter Bartholow has made it clear that these issues won't go unnoticed and will be fixed. Read what he had to say on the official Skullgirls website below:
"We have received a handful of reports that the PSN version of Skullgirls crashes when a player using the European version tries to play against someone using the North American version.
We are currently investigating the issue, and will begin work on a fix as soon as the problem is identified.
In the meantime, the best way for PS3 users to minimize the potential for crashes when playing online is to limit your online play to players in the region from which you purchased the game.
This means that…
- If you live in North America and purchased the game from the North American store, you should limit your online play to North American players
- If you live in Europe and purchased the game from the European store, you should limit your online play to European players
- If you live in Europe and purchased the game from the North American store, you should limit your online play to North American players