In March, NBA star Shaquille ONeal kicked off a crowdfunding campaign to fund a sequel to the infamous 16-bit game Shaq-Fu — and it may have been close, but the funding was ultimately successful. ONeal and his development studio Big Deez Productions were looking to raise $450,000 to build the game, and ultimately secured $473,884 from more than 1,300 backers. While the campaign initially sought to bring the game only to the PC, the final version is now expected to launch a number of consoles, including the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Wii U. No release date has been announced for Shaq-Fu: A Legend Reborn, and it looks like the game isnt particularly far along at present — Big Deezs Oliver Hollis-Leick says that following the successful funding campaign, its time to start production. Hopefully well find out soon what role cyberpunk Arsenio Hall will play in the game.