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Submitted by OliverKO 517d ago | news

Injustice: Gods Among Us demo announced for next week as the Battle Arena challenge continues

El33tonline writes:

"Hankering for a chance to go hands-on with NetherRealm’s next fighter, Injustice: Gods Among Us? Your chance will come sooner than you think." (Injustice: Gods Among Us, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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fsfsxii  +   517d ago
Hopefully the game would be good..who am i kidding, ofcourse its gonna be good, its NeitherRealm
Serjikal_Strike  +   517d ago
Great news, it'll let me know if I'll buy day 1 or wait
ironfist92  +   517d ago
Wouldve been cool if the game was bundled with a free copy of MK vs DC

I still wanna try that out
hunterv3  +   517d ago
The preorder at Wal Mart apparently includes Mk vs Dc with it, along with the Arkham City skins.
ironfist92  +   517d ago
Too bad i dont live in America :c
StreetsofRage  +   517d ago
I already know I'm using Flash. You won't see my fists coming.

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