Try our new beta! Click here
Submitted by Lavalamp 918d ago | review

Injustice: Gods Among Us Review | DarkStation

DarkStation: "I had fun playing Injustice, but not as much as I wanted too. The combos and hits have a cadence and feeling to them that I’ve only found in NetherRealm games. It’s a sort of slower, rhythmic feeling and it’s not too difficult to pull off useful and reasonably powerful combos. When you’re executing a combo and trading blows with an opponent the game is as good as any other. The problem comes in with the games movement, which feels much stiffer than other fighting games. This is especially true of the jumps which, while fairly fast seems less organic and smooth then something in other 2D fighting games. There are a ton of projectile characters as well, and without a universal air dash it’s easy to become frustrated against those who simply spam those abilities. The fighting system isn’t bad, it seems perfectly balanced, I just didn’t particular care for the way the game moved. If the movement had been more fluid, I think I would have really liked this game a lot." (Injustice: Gods Among Us, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 3/5

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
New stories

Xenoblade Chronicles X review - Trusted Reviews

4h ago - Trusted Reviews: If you want to get into the Wii U’s biggest RPG, then you need to be sure that y... | Wii U

Blade & Soul – Live stage musical is now available on YouTube

5h ago - On 13 November, NCsoft held the finals of its Blade & Soul World Championship. On the same day, a... | PC

See what games are coming out in 2016

Now - Visit our release calendar to see what games are coming out in 2016. | Promoted post

TalesWeaver – Overlord invades Japan server of classic online game

5h ago - MMOculture: I believe this is the first time Overlord, the extremely popular anime which finished... | PC

Kai-ri-sei Million Arthur – RPG sequel launches in Singapore and Malaysia

5h ago - Eyedentity Mobile is pleased to announce that Kai-ri-sei Million Arthur, already enjoyed by 12 mi... | iPhone

Xenoblade Chronicles X Review | Marooners' Rock

6h ago - Robert writes: "A game's scope is all for naught if the gameplay can't keep up with it. After... | Wii U