Reviews and Problems with Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
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Great, but a couple flaws
EpicNirvana , GameStop
7 June 2014
Summary: I have had this game less than a day and I love it. The first flaw is that the pause button is . The other flaw is that before and after the battles, the characters speak, and you hear the voices, and then the mouths move after...That is it.
Summary: Should have done some more research before I bought this. I have the regular version for xbox, decided to pick this up for all the DLC included and to have it on the PC platform. However no one plays online, and even if you do find a match, lag is basically unplayable. Do not purchase if your goal is to play online. That said, single player is great if you've never done it. And local 2 player/versus is fine.
Summary: Story is awesome, should of been made into a movie. If you are hardcore MP then you will have issues finding other delta bravos to do a match. If you want a great story, great fun SP game then this is it!
Summary: This is definitely one of my all-time favorites! I had been playing on my iPhone for awhile before going for the PC version. I'm running it on an Ultrabook, so it took a little work in the settings to get it out of slow-mo, but it was worth it. The visuals are outstanding, and the animation is amazing. Gameplay is a lot like its predecessor, Mortal Kombat (minus the fatalities).
Summary: This was the equivalent of playing on of the DC animated movies. Lots of cut scenes with fights interspersed throughout the game. A good storyline that keeps it interesting. I've no interest in playing online with anyone, but I enjoyed the story mode. You do not get to play as all of the characters in story mode. It would have been nice if perhaps they flipped the story and you got to play some side missions as Grundy, Catwoman, etc.
Lacking horribly in multiplayer, but vastly improved single-player experience
Christopher Engel, Amazon
22 May 2014
Summary: I've already written a huge review on Injustice on the PS3, which, lucky me, is the top "Critical" review, since I gave the game three stars after playing its release for a while. Having said that, I doubt anyone needs a recap on the game--it's essentially the same game, even without the DLC. What you get here is a staggeringly beautiful version of the "Ultimate Edition" of the game (as should be expected).
Summary: This game is very fun, but the PC controls seem like they must have been designed by someone who has never developed for the PC before. Nothing about them makes sense at all and the binds are just all over the place. Not only that, even if you change the controls, the controls for menus will still remain the same no matter what you do. Plug in a controller if you want to get some enjoyment out of this game.