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Injustice: Gods Among Us - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
458 customer reviews
Metascore: 78 / 100
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard

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What if our greatest heroes became our greatest threat ? Injustice: Gods Among Us debuts as a bold new fighting game franchise that introduces a deep, original story featuring favorite DC Comics icons such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Harley Quinn, Solomon Grundy and others. Set in a world where the lines between good and evil are is blurred, players will experience heroes and villains engaging in epic battles on a massive scale.

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Injustice: Gods Among Us is a Fighting game that blends classic Arcade style gameplay mechanics with an intriguing storyline that pits classic DC Comics characters against each other in unique combinations (hero vs. hero, villain vs. villain, etc.). The game is developed by NetherRealm Studios, and Ed Boon, of Mortal Kombat fame. Players can expect over-the-top action that is suitable for players of most ages, and a single-player storyline that provides the background for the unique character match-ups possible. Addition features include: more than 20 DC Comics heroes and villains, a variety of different attack levels, unique attacks for each character, multiplayer support, and more.

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Superman vs. The Flash in Injustice: Gods Among Us
Unique Fighter action featuring heroes and villains from the DC universe.
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Harley Quinn putting a few holes in Batman in Injustice: Gods Among Us
20+ playable characters.
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What If Our Greatest Heroes Became Our Greatest Threat?

Injustice: Gods Among Us debuts as a bold new fighting game franchise that introduces a deep, original story featuring more than 20 fan favorite, and other less well-known, DC Comics icons such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Harley Quinn, Solomon Grundy, Nightwing, Cyborg and others. Set in a world where the lines between good and evil are are blurred, players will experience heroes and villains engaging in epic battles on a massive scale.

Challenging Yet Accessible Gameplay

Developed by NetherRealm Studios, under Ed Boon of Mortal Kombat fame, Injustice: Gods Among Us is developed with gamers of all skill levels in mind. The playable characters are separated into roughly two categories: power based fighters such as Superman, and gadget based fighters such as Batman. In the interactive environments of the game a power character like Superman might use his super strength to lift and throw an object such as a car at an opponent, while a gadget character like Batman might maneuver an opponent close to the same car, then blow it up with a tossable explosive. Characters like Wonder Woman Woman and Nightwing have hybrid abilities that they can toggle between. Regardless of the characters used, varied abilities makes each a possible match for the other, with their attacks broken down into heavy, medium and light varieties, and each also having a specific move that can be unleashed when the power meter that they grow throughout combat, is full. In addition, players can engage in "wager battles" in which portions of the opposing character's power can be won as a prize for victory. Taken together these mechanics promise action that is simple to pick up but challenging to master, and and which adds a distinct gameplay feel.

Key Game Features

  • A unique addition to the fighting genre in which an intriguing storyline pits the heroes -- and villains -- of the DC universe against each other
  • A powerful and diverse array of over 20 playable characters, including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Nightwing, Catwoman, Cyborg, Harley Quinn, Solomon Grundy, and others
  • A variety of play areas based in the mythologies of each character franchise
  • An accessible attack system broken down into light, medium and heavy attack, with each character having their own specific attacks
  • "Wager battles" that allow the winner of the battle to collect a portion of an opponents metered power
  • Deep multiplayer play options, including local and online play, as well as tournament support

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A deep single-player campaign.
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Accessible controls and attacks.
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The Flash nailing Soloman Grundy with an uppercut in Injustice: Gods Among Us
Robust multiplayer support.
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Harley Quinn standing against Soloman Grundy in Injustice: Gods Among Us
Fight arenas from each franchise.
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B0088I7L76
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 16, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (458 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,699 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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80 of 87 people found the following review helpful By A. Hong on April 17, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
As a fighting game enthusiast, coming from Street Fighter 2, Original Mortal Kombat, to today's generation of fighting games (Street Fighter 4, MvC3, SFxT, etc) I have to say that this DC Super Hero version has met, and somewhat exceeded, certain expectations.

Now first off, I do have to say I didn't have great expectations to begin with, considering how MK vs DC was a bit under par. But certain previews at least gave me some hope. I'm also not some elite player in all those games, but I can pull my own weight to at least offer some perspective about certain fighting games. And based on what I've played so far, I was actually impressed. I'll try to note some of the highlights that caught my attention. I've just had time to beat the game in single player mode, so I haven't done a lot with multiplayer to comment on that yet.

This review may assist with someone still on the fence about the game, and wanting certain answers.

[GAMEPLAY Highlights]

- Fight style is very similar to Mortal Kombat, as one would assume. However, there is no more need for a block button. This time, just hold back (away from opponent). This makes it easier for new players, unfamiliar to MK, to pick up. Basically, allows for a larger audience. However, hardcore MK fans may or may not appreciate this.

- There is a meter bar that is built up with attacks. Up to four meters to be used individually for move cancellations, or full meter for Super Signature moves.

- Ability to cancel certain abilities/combos (uses a meter bar), helps to connect long chained combos.

- Basic combos are simple enough for newbies to make use of. But, it can get complex enough to keep the hardcore entertained in finding long combo strings.
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46 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Josiah Poseidon on April 16, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
I love getting the chance to play as my favorite superheroes (and supervillains) and I'll usually give any game wherein I get that opportunity a try. Even today, after the Arkham games and certain others raised the bar for those types of games, they're hard to pull off correctly. You have to make for a good game while at the same time having the heroes you came to see act consistent with their comic-book counterparts' power level and moral codes. That's easier said than done; if you're going to have Catwoman go toe-to-toe with Doomsday, you have to have at least a semi-plausible reason for this to be possible.

The creators of Mortal Kombat, one of the more legendary fighting games out there, have managed to pull it off. Now, I enjoyed their previous Mortal Kombat VS. DC Universe title, but I must admit that I never bothered to play as the MK characters when I could be Batman or Superman instead. This game, then, was the logical next step, and they've given it a pretty interesting story, even finding a believable reason even Superman would go into full-villain mode. It's chock full of references to classic DC stories, and I admit watching Aquaman's special attack put a smile on my face. Bonus points for including Kevin Conroy, the one true Batman, in the voice cast.

The graphics are good, the gameplay is mostly solid, and most importantly: you can run people over with the Batmobile. So what are you waiting for? Buy this game and let the punching begin.
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36 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Brian Reaves VINE VOICE on April 17, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
If you are looking for an incredible Justice League movie, you have to go no further than this video game. The cinematics on this are simply amazing. The plotline of the game is simple: a handful of heroes are pulled into a parallel universe where Superman is bad and has taken many of the Justice League with him. While you go to this game for the fighting, the single player mode gives you the most compelling story you could imagine. I am at best a casual gamer and never sit down to complete a game in one sitting, but this one kept me glued to the television until I have finished it. There are plot twists galore in this thing, and one in particular late in the game has Superman killing one of his associates in the such a way that it left both my son and myself speechless because that moment shows you this Superman has no hope of change.

And the storyline just makes the fighting times make sense. You get 12 chapters here which means you'll fight as 12 different heroes, most of the time facing 5 opponents before the chapter ends. There is also a section of bonus missions through STAR labs which will let you continue on with another story (though without cinematic action) much longer than the main storyline and allowing you to play as all the characters eventually. There is a quick fight mode, and of course multiplayer that will allow you a lot of fun. Completing the game gives you a new costume (after the closing credits roll) for Superman. You can also download more character skins and even newer fighters are supposed to come out soon. This is definitely the game to grab if you are a comic book fan!

And yes, Kevin Conroy is Batman in this one. Yet another reason to buy it!
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A. Westley on April 26, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
Having played MKvsDC before...and MK9, there is a healthy balance to what a DC fighter can and should be. I've read a bunch of reviews that talk about re skinning MK9 and no innovation involved with the game. Those comments are off of the mark by a mile.

Game play: The game play here is just what you'd expect if you have played MK9 or any other decent caliber fighter. It's a little frustrating at first but once you get the hang of it and start recalling the moves without hesitation, it becomes a very beautiful controlled chaos. The little touches of flavor here and there in the form of picking stuff up and environmental attacks add just enough to keep it interesting. The super moves, while not a fatality by any stretch, are still fun to watch and even better to land (It will never get old with Green Lantern slamming buses on your face) and will fill you with a sense of 'eff yea' if you are a fan of the character you're playing with. Top shelf game play, which sadly is standard now a days, makes the game handle as expected. Which is totally fine by me.

Graphics: What can I say here...they are superb. I really can't gush enough about how fun it is to crash through the environments with your favorite super heroes. All the super moves and little special effects that come from each character just adds more "awwww yea" when you play. Shazam's pulsing lightning bolt is super cool, for example. Really, really great graphics. The game runs smooth too.

Sounds: While the score is second rate...and nothing I would ever possibly consider buying a sound track for, the voice acting is just sublime. Its nice to hear some old veterans doing the voice work for some of the most beloved characters around.
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