posted by DeadHead468 (WALL TOWNSHIP, NJ) May 29, 2013
Member since May 2013
Injustice Gods Among Us was probably the first REAL fighting I've ever played in my life (besides smash bros.). I got the game last Tuesday and I had a lot of fun. The story is just amazing,, but takes a couple minutes to understand. Also, hearing Kevin Conroy's voice again in the game is just a delight. Too bad Mark Hamill couldn't reprise his role as Joker though:(. The playable characters such as Superman, Batman, Joker, Bane, and many others were a big let-in into Injustice. Also, the stage designs and gameplay is phenomenal. I know it wasn't helpful enough, but nothing more can be said about this game.
This game is pretty good and reminds me of every single Mortal Kombat game. The story is awesome, it nice to watch the movie-like cutscenes and enjoy playing the fights as well.
I played the game on Medium mode and it took me only 4 hours to beat the main game storyline. We are expected to recieve DLC in the summer but ill leave that in the air. Also online fights are nice but there is no cohesive interface that can allow you to play with friends. Just random people over the internet.
It is not a bad game, its just not living the true potential for online.
For single player though, this game packs a punch and can keep a Casual gamer going for atleast a week.
I'll admit it, I had no idea this game was a fighter. I'm not a big fan of fighters, but I gave it a go anyway. Made it through the grueling tutorial and then fired up the story mode. It seems like a pretty standard fighter. Fairly easy (if not cumbersome at times) controls. Enjoyable, dynamic levels. But what kept me playing for three hours straight on the first go was the story. Excellent, engaging cutscenes, professional voice acting, interesting character models and costumes. I kept fighting just to see what would happen next. I fully intend to complete the story mode, but I can't see much replay value after that. That's not to say there isn't replay value, I'm just not that entertained by fighting titles.