Following an Xbox 360 avatar costume reveal and some other online clues, WB and NetherRealm have cut loose with footage of the last-to-be-revealed playable fighters, Killer Frost and Ares, pummeling each other in Injustice: Gods Among Us. Batman Beyond is even joining the game's post-apocalyptic-ish landscape via a special Batman skin. In addition, there's
Even with the April 16 release of Injustice: Gods Among Us just weeks away, there are still two playable combatants yet to be formally revealed in NetherRealm's fighting game lineup. Big as the DC Comics universe is, it seems like almost anyone could join the current cast of two dozen heroes and v
By now most fans have seen their share of Injustice: Gods Among Us clashes, but far less footage of the game's single player campaigns that go beyond mere mortal kcombat. NetherRealm's new DC fighting game will task players with all sorts of side missions under the familiar "S.T.A.R. Labs" banner, though, putting them in control of heroes, villains, and an assortment of noncombatants in the game as they flesh out the post-deadLoisatomicbombpocalypse DCU. IGN took some of the missions for a spin alongside I:GAU Senior Producer Adam Urbano, showcasing Catwoman's kitty Isis sneaking through security systems, Black Adam blasting asteroids, a potential playable Martian Manhunter tease, Aquaman convincing sharks not to eat him, and more. Though these side missions won't be a part of the game's playable demo launching on April 2 and 3 on PSN and XBL, it's still a good look at what players can expect when the full game launches on April 16. You can check it out after the cut.
Injustice: Gods Among Us just got a lot more demonic with the addition of Raven as a playable character. The Teen Titan (or in this game's context, an older, just plain Titan?) can be seen kicking the snot out of Catwoman in the latest trailer for NetherRealm's upcoming DC fighting game. A
With the Injustice: Gods Among Us Battle Arena social media campaign rolling out in-game fighting footage and associated character reveals it's easy to lose sight of one of the most important facts associated with the DC Comics fighting game: Lex Luthor is a huge jerk. A new trailer for one of the upcoming game's Collector's Edition offerings (which includes "New 52" costume skins for Bat
The weekly Injustice: Gods Among Us Battle Arena Weekly Match-Up videos usually serve as straightforward community-engagement pieces, but this time around there was a fairly substantial reveal: Sinestro and Hawkgirl will be playable characters in the upcoming NetherRealm fighting game. Considering the game's plot seems to revolve around a very Earthly kind of civil war between different factions of heroes and villai
We've been getting glimpses into the dystopian timeline that awaits players in NetherRealm's upcoming DC fighting game, Injustice: Gods Among Us, but until today, the key Aquaman fan demographic has gone largely ignored. But no more! IGN has unveiled a new trailer explaining the King of Atlantis' role in the grim world that's coming a