Shaquille O'Neal wants to create another video game

Shaquille O'Neal wants fans to help him fund creating a followup to his 1994 video game 'Shaq Fu.'
By Danielle Haynes   |   March 7, 2014 at 7:23 AM
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SAN FRANCISCO, March 7 (UPI) -- Shaquille O'Neal may have been behind one of the worst video games ever made in 1994 -- Shaq Fu -- but it looks like the basketball star is looking for redemption in the form of a followup.

Shaq has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise the money to produce Shaq Fu: The Legend Reborn.

The Indiegogo.com crowdfunding website describes the game as "Streets of Rage meets Street Fighter meets Devil May Cry."

"It’s a modern-day take on the classic beat ‘em up. Play as Shaquille O’Neal -- learn hundreds of moves and battle techniques, take on thousands of enemies with dozens of cool melee weapons, battle bosses in dynamic arenas, master cool finishing moves and play with your buddies in COOP mode or against each other in player vs player combat," the description reads.

A trailer for the video game was released as part of the game, promising "not to 'Fu' it up" this time.

What do you think? Will this be the classic the original Shaq Fu wasn't?

[IndieGogo.com] [Fox News]

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