When news initially broke that Shaquille O'Neal would be turning to the crowd-funding site Indiegogo to reboot his Super Nintendo/Genesis title from the 90s, our first question was: Why?

Shaq-Fu wasn't a great game, hell, it wasn't even a good game. The controls were famously garbage and the side-scrolling beat-em-up would have been instantly forgettable if Shaq hadn't been at the zenith of his 1990's super fame. 

So, why reboot a game that's mostly remembered as a campy piece of nostalgia? Well that's just one of the questions that was answered by one of the members of the development team working on Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn

Oliver Hollis-Leick took to Reddit for an AMA yesterday to answer some of the more pressing questions fans and backers of the project had for the team.

Honestly, the game looks like a big dumb pile of fun and we're feeling it. If you're feeling generous, there's still time to become a backer for the project right here.

Read on for the 10 Things We Learned From the "Shaq-Fu: A Legend Reborn" AMA on Reddit

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