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Submitted by Wiiloveit 802d ago | review

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us (DarkZero)

"NetherRealm Studios are most famous for making the massively popular Mortal Kombat series, which brought blood, guts and fatalities to the fighting game world back in 1992. But after Mortal Kombat 3, the series got a bit stale until the release of the excellent Mortal Kombat 9 in 2011. So now NetherRealms is attempting to tackle the DC Universe again, after the sub-par release of Mortal Kombat VS DC Universe. This had the makings to be a great crossover fighting game, even rivaling one of the best crossover titles out there, Marvel VS Capcom. But again, it never lived up to its potential. So instead of trying the crossover tactic again, NetherRealms are just focusing on the DC Universe with Injustice: Gods Among Us." (DarkZero) (Injustice: Gods Among Us, PS3) 8/10

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