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Submitted by SavageKuma 960d ago | review

Review of Injustice: Gods Among Us [KKEnt]

Kuma Wrote: How far would you go to maintain order? At some point we all get tired of dealing with the same routine over and over. There are times we question why heroes always lock up the villain, only for them to just escape yet again to do more harm to the innocent? Why not just kill them off entirely? That my friends determine what kind of person you are and how strong you are to fight that urge to be Judge, jury as well executioner. It would be too damn easy to end their lives, but where does that put you. Does this make you some sort of God? In Injustice: Gods Among Us; we get to see both sides of this equation and determine the final outcome of what happens when a hero decides to throw away all of their morals to become a lord. (Injustice: Gods Among Us, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) B+/A

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