Injustice: Gods Among Us (Nintendo Wii U)
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- ROBUST DC COMICS ROSTER - Engage in epic match-ups with a massive roster of DC Comics heroes and villains, including Batman, Cyborg, The Flash, Harley Quinn, Nightwing, Solomon Grundy, Superman and Wonder Woman.
- MASTER GOD-LIKE POWERS - Unleash each character's unique super powers with individual move-sets and environmental interactions.
- UNCONTAINABLE BATTLES - Fight through multi-tiered fighting arenas by hurling opponents through buildings and launching them off cliffs.
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- Platform: Nintendo Wii U
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Platform: Nintendo Wii U
Injustice: Gods Among Us introduces a bold new franchise to the fighting game genre from NetherRealm Studios, creators of the definitive fighting game; Mortal Kombat. Featuring DC Comics icons such Batman, Cyborg, The Flash, Harley Quinn, Nightwing, Solomon Grundy, Superman and Wonder Woman, the latest title from the award-winning studio presents a deep original story. Heroes and villains will engage in epic battles on a massive scale in a world where the line between good and evil has been blurred.
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Regardless of what version you pick up the game is extremely accessible for players of all experiences and with the training to get you up with the basics your be throwing up the combos like the good old days of Killer Instinct.
However I would point out that the real driver for me with this game was the story, while it's quick to complete (1.5 days) it was enjoyable and well presented that made you really feel that lots of attention to the original injustice story had been wrapped up in this fighting mechanic gameplay.
The various characters that you have to hand all feel powerful, for heroes and villains I guess that is the right thing to do, especially how strong characters hurl cars while lighter nimble folk use the objects to propel them in directions out of reach from the other player.
Graphically the title is hit and miss, some textures look extremely flat and dated while in other areas the game looks astonishing to look, made all the more impressive by the transition scenes, as you fly through rock or crash into fighting giants and then thrown back into the match, it makes each fight feel different with the potential for some unknown surprise to occur.
So why only 4 stars, because while it's a great game I think that it's not 100% it doesn't stand up to my all time fighter being Dead or Alive 4 and to me it's certainly come a long way from what Mortal Kombat presented us with before. You can certainly see this is just one of many games coming in the Injustice universe.
Now, to get to the graphics, in terms of in-game graphics they look really nice but whenever it's in between cutscenes to in-game it tends to rather look washed, dull and displeasing to the eye, plus as well as the subtitles if activated don't always appear or display awfully late (there's also that sometimes they don't show up at all).
The story mode of this game is pretty short but then you have the S.T.A.R LABS mode which allows you to play more side missions of it, although it didn't seem to be much fun but despite that, it'll allow to unlock more content that wasn't achieved while playing the story mode.
So yeah, the game's all right but I'm glad to have only spent £7.50 on it otherwise I'd have felt ripped off.
Ok. so it's been out for a while, but having moved from owning this on the 360 to the Wii U it's good to know that the Wii U version is just as good, despite a few differences.
The most notable change is with online, with less options for lobbies and a far simpler matching solution, though it still works well when you can find a match.
Secondly, the control scheme is redesigned for the touchscreen pad, albeit slightly, and does make use of it. I still found myself using the physical controls, however.
The single player story contains some well written material that sees heroes jumping to different dimensions to defeat alternate versions of themselves. It's quite complicated to begin with but soon makes more sense. This also unlocks extra skins and cards and is well worth playing through simply for the story and the excellent voice acting.
All the hallmarks of a Mortal Kombat game are here, with a few alterations such as Fatalities replaced by 'Super Moves' that are less gruesome but equally fun to watch. The interactive stages, some with multiple levels, are well thought out and fun to fight in, with my favourite being the Batcave.
In addition to the main single player, you have STAR Labs missions, which involve completing specific actions,and a more classic arcade style battle against multiple opponents. Add the offline and online multiplayer and you have a pretty hefty set of game modes.
If you own a Wii U and enjoyed Tekken Tag on it (also highly recommended for the extras the Wii U brings) then this is a must have purchase.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
“Injustice: Gods Among Us” is a fighting videogame, based upon the fictional universe of DC Comics. As a player, you select one of several characters from the DC Universe to engage... Read morePublished 4 months ago by S P Mead
Amazing thing,don't get me wrong but it needs more work on the story linePublished 7 months ago by TheBat123
Bought the game and forgot I had it on PS+ however it's great to have for the family and I only bought it to play as Harley Quinn.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer