After a crowdfunding campaign ends with $473,884, Shaq is returning to video games with the upcoming Shaq Fu 2 fighting game.
It looks like Shaquille O'Neal is returning to the video game market.
The former Magic star and Orlando resident will star in a sequel to the mid-1990s fighting game Shaq Fu, GameSpot.com reports.
A crowdsourcing campaign on Indiegogo.com for Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn ended with $473,884, above it's goal of $450,000.
"Our success is on your shoulders," the developers said in a video posted to Indiegogo. "You have made this happen for all of us and we're thrilled to have had your passion and support from start to finish."
The studio also noted, "Our promise still stands: This time we won't Fu it up!"
Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, will once again be a fighting game, but this time in 3D with new attacks, characters and promised fully-responsive controls.
The game will even feature a cyborg Arsenio Hall.
Incentives were given to those who donated to the funding for the game. A donation of $20 got you a guaranteed entry into an international tournament in Los Angeles where the winner would face off against Shaq himself.
A donation of $250 would get you a personalised 15 second voicemail from Shaq and $100 would get you a signed Shaq Fu SXSW exclusive shirt, along with a copy of the game.