Injustice 2 has only been available since Wednesday, but players think they have already found its strongest -- or possibly cheapest -- character. Deadshot, a frequent Batman villain whose sole power is that he can shoot well, brings a wide variety of firearms to NetherRealm Studios' latest DC Comics fighter. Some players are already frustrated with his ability to win matches without landing a single close-range attack.
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The fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us gave us a world torn apart by conflict between between two of comics' greatest heroes. Now brutal murderer Superman and "I don't want to fight you" Batman are back, joining forces against the most diabolical foe the DC Universe has ever faced -- loot boxes.
The age-old art of swapping one character's model in for another for video game hijinks is always fun. But I really like to imagine that this is actually some secret Bruce Wayne training regimen where he prepares for the possibility of fighting literally anyone in the DC Universe by pretending that he can become them.
It's E3 2016, and that means new video games are being announced left right and center -- like a new sequel to the DC Comics brawler Injustice: Gods Among Us, which told an alternative tale of Superman gone bad. The game inspired a comic tie-in of the same name, and -- against all the odds -- it's been one of DC's best, most consistently amazing comic over the last four years.
Video: Sonic Fox Vs. Pig of the Hut, General Zod Vs. Batgirl -- who won? The viewing public. Also, Batgirl. Though Pig of the Hut managed to squeak by Sonic Fox in the winner's finals of Evo's Injustice: Gods Among Us tournament, Sonic Fox battled his way through the loser's finals for a rematch. riding that momentum straight through Pig of the Hut. First he won three games to reset the bracket, then another three to win it all.
Play Injustice: Gods Among Us on mobile this weekend, score 30,000 power credits. Warner Bros celebrates one billion play sessions in the free-to-play mobile version of its superhero fighter, doling out in-game currency for anyone who plays the game on iOS or Android devices this weekend.
The latest Mortal Kombat game proved popular in the competitive fighting scene - but how did the NetherRealm's latest game, Injustice, do? The Mortal Kombat pros, and big names from other games, competed in the new title at this year's EVO fighting game tournament, and it was our first look at top-tier Injustice.
As promised, General Zod, the super-powered Kryptonian tyrant, is now available as a downloadable character for Injustice: Gods Among Us. As an extra, Netherrealm Studios threw in a bit of a history lesson discussing Zod's past, his motivations, and his uncanny ability to shove people through the moon's core.
With the Man of Steel movie debuting as a big hit, it’s no surprise that the movie’s version of Superman will be coming to the fighting game featuring the DC Universe’s biggest heroes and villains. And the Man of Steel skin will be joined by a playable General Zod add-on, who we first saw in action in a Conan O’Brien Clueless Gamer segment after months of rumors. Wonder if this new version of Kal-El will be even more vicious against his Kryptonian arch-nemesis in the game?
We've known for a week that Lobo, the super-violent, self-regarding antihero biker, would be the first DLC character for Injustice: Gods Among Us. Here he is in action against Batman and, spoiler alert, Lobo wins. The finisher is something you're gonna want to see. Dude drives his bike over Bats, flips him off (helpfully pixelated out here) and dinks his cigar ash on him.