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Submitted by Lavalamp 518d ago | review

Injustice: Gods Among Us Review | GameTrailers

GameTrailers: "In some ways, Injustice feels like a sequel to Mortal Kombat that’s swapped in one group of costumed combatants for another. The chunky animation style of older Mortal Kombat games can make these heroes seem alternately super-powerful or super-awkward, and the NetherRealm look doesn’t fit every character -- Wonder Woman can only be described as a victim of the aesthetic. But this is really a minor complaint for a very playable and easily enjoyable fighter. There’s a lot to appreciate here, and many good fights to be had -- Injustice actually does justice to its source material and its players." (Injustice: Gods Among Us, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.3/10

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They ripped the story straight from the animated series and made a few tweaks. Fun none the less.
GREW50ME  +   517d ago
No Steam version? No sale!

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