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Submitted by kragg 266d ago | review

Injustice: Gods Among Us Review | Splitkick

Splitkick: Injustice is a serious fighting game. Without the Mortal Kombat name to hold it back, NetherRealm was free to experiment. You can now hold back to block. Frame data is exposed in-game in the move list. You can tag moves to leave their input instructions displayed on the screen even as you fight. There is an online mode for practicing against a human, to train against a friend with unlimited life bars and no time limit. Online hotfix patches can be instantly delivered to patch infinite combos. There are a ton of tools here to better your game, superior to almost any other fighting game on the market. (Injustice: Gods Among Us, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 8/10

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