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OXM Online - Injustice: Gods Among Us - hands-on with Cyborg & Nightwing

OXM Online - Forgive us for being a bit underwhelmed when Warner Bros. Interactive and NetherRealm Studios revealed the two latest additions to Injustice: Gods Among Us. In one corner, we have Nightwing, who may look cool but has always played second-fiddle to Robin (who himself has never been much besides Batman’s sidekick). In the other, we have Cyborg, who’s been around for 30 years but never seems to gain any attention in the DC Universe (and is not to be confused with The Cyborg, the robotic version of Superman who popped up shortly after Supes died for a spell in the early '90s). However, once we were able to get in a few super-fights with the duo, we’re ready to acknowledge they’ll fit in well with this game’s rough-and-tumble heroes and villains. (Injustice: Gods Among Us, Xbox 360)

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