Injustice Gods Among Us PSVITA VPK

Injustice Gods Among Us PSVITA VPK

Injustice Gods Among Us PSVITA VPK

Injustice Gods Among Us PSVITA VPK

What if our greatest heroes became our greatest threat? From the indomitable DC Comics and the makers of the definitive fighting game franchise Mortal Kombat comes Injustice: Gods Among Us, a bold fighting game featuring a large cast of favorite DC Comics icons. Set in a world where the lines between good and evil are blurred, players will experience heroes and villains engaging in epic battles on a massive scale. A deep, original story compliments the fighting action that pits many of the great heroes and villains from the DC universe against each other — Batman, Harley Quinn, Solomon Grundy, Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman and many others lose their allegiances and fight for Injustice Gods Among Us PSVITA VPK

Injustice Gods Among Us PSVITA VPK

What you can’t really deny is that the game is still a whole lot of fun.  The PS Vita is the perfect device for playing fighting games thanks to its fantastic D-Pad and rigid, responsive buttons. Injustice Gods Among Us PSVITA VPK For the most part, Armature was able to replicate the console controls of the PS3 version perfectly.  Square, Triangle and X are still your primary attack buttons and can be stringed together to perform some sweet combos.  Circle activates the character’s special trait. Combine the right buttons with the D-Pad and you’ll get flashy special moves. Armature wisely didn’t incorporate the touchscreen or touch pad into the fighting.  The only time you’ll ever use the touchscreen is during campaign mini-games and some S.T.A.R. Lab Missions.  The touch pad is never used at all.  The only downside to the controls is Throw. Throw was mapped to L1 on the PS3, but rather than map it to L on the PS Vita, it is now activated by pressing square and x at the same time.  It’s very odd and obtrusive to use and sadly can’t be remapped. All twenty-four characters return with the six DLC characters bringing the total of playable characters to thirty.  Every character is unique with their own fighting styles, special abilities, special trait and Super Move.  Scorpion’s moves were airlifted straight out of Mortal Kombat 2011, so those who played that game should be right at home with him.  Like in April, it’s still a good roster, though balancing issues with the likes of Deathstroke and Aquaman remain.


Release Date : November 12, 2013
Publisher : Warner Bros. Interactive
Developer : NetherRealm Studios, Armature Studio
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 2.93GB





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