Nathan of Invisible Gamer writes: "If you are a fighting game fan, you should be playing Injustice: Gods Among Us. If you are a more casual fighting game fan, then you should be playing it on the Wii U."
You're really making me feel bad for not already having this game. I'm a huge MK fan, fan of Netherealms, Ed Boon and the rest of the guys, and huge fighting game fan. Yet I don't have this game. Partly because I have been broke, and partly because there are just too many fighting games. My Vita's first speaking phrase was "no more fighters please." Though, a part of me is wishing Injustice was on Vita. Doh!
I can say it is pretty casual on wii u, it still runs great on the machine though.
i assume that version has the special moves at the click of the touchscreen button?
No it's just a list of moves.
well thats easier then pausing against another online player lol
Casual my butt I keep getting my butt kicked online on the wiiu than on my 360
I don't know if I should say surprisingly but those kids on the Wii U are pretty good. I think they have too much time on there hands. I can beast against the computer but going online for Wii U is a different story.
I didn't know they left a couple things out of the Wii U version compared to PS3/360. I wonder why they did that because there really is no reason. Except maybe laziness. Edit: Stealth disagree within one minute of posting. People really have something against the Wii U I guess.
Its not like its missing much to begin with. "Wii U version of Injustice is missing stuff. No lobby system online (which I think means online practice is gone). Doesn't tie into iOS app." http://www.escapistmagazine... Those are really 2 minor features of the game so i doubt that anyone will miss them.
Minor or not though, there is no real reason for them to be excluded from the Wii U version.
Even though I also owned a Xbox 360 it upset me as a Wii u owner that we always get all these lazy ports and no DLC
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