THE BIZARRE BAT­TLE­FIELD

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As all hard­core comic fans know, In­jus­tice:God­sA­mong

Us is a story taken from the Else­world comics se­ries. The all-pow­er­ful Su­per­man accidentally ac­ti­vates a nu­clear at­tack on Metropolis, wip­ing out ev­ery­one he loves, in­clud­ing preg­nant wife Lois Lane and their un­born child. Though the mas­ter­mind be­hind this evil plan is the GAME­PLAY: If you are look­ing for a ground break­ing fight­ing game then you might as well start a cou­ple of notches low so that you can en­joy and get into the groove of bash­ing some su­per heroes and vil­lains. The mak­ers of In­jus­tice are the same peo­ple who in­tro­duced us to the Mor­talKom­bat fran­chise. But this is not just an­other MK ti­tle with DC char­ac­ters. The in­ter­ac­tive sur­round­ings, for one, makes the game stand out from other fight­ing ti­tles. For in­stance, if you feel a boul­der is go­ing to slow down your pound­ing style then you can sim­ply smash them to bits so that your op­po­nent can’t use it. There are no fa­tal­i­ties, ob­vi­ously, but to keep thing in­ter­est­ing and vis­ually sat­is­fy­ing the game mak­ers have in­tro­duced ‘su­per moves’. AD­DI­TIONAL FIGHT MODES: More than the mind numb­ing ac­tion with awe­some moves, what stands out is the Story Mode which gives you in­sights into the game and con­ver­sa­tions be­tween char­ac­ters. We loved the ar­cade style Bat­tles which lets you add a host of tweaks and mod­i­fi­ca­tions. Once you get past the game’s long Story Mode, there’s still plenty to keep

In­jus­tice in your con­sole’s disc tray. There’s the oblig­a­tory ar­cade-style lad­der match to which you can ap­ply a host of tweaks. Each player has a ten mis­sion sto­ry­line. On­line, In­jus­tice lets you fight against oth­ers in ranked matches. Joker, this tragedy trig­gers the man of steel to lose faith in ev­ery­thing and ev­ery­one he knows. He de­cides to be dic­ta­tor of Earth in­stead of the pro­tec­tor of mankind. So it is up to the Jus­tice League of Amer­ica to stop him. The great thing about this game is that there are 24 DC char­ac­ters to choose from. VER­DICT: This street fight ver­sion of DC char­ac­ters is a vast im­prove­ment from its pre­vi­ous in­stall­ment. But, hon­estly, it doesn’t re­ally pro­vide any­thing new. A must-buy for Mor­tal Kom­bat fans, this might not cap­ti­vate first-timers.

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