Reviews and Problems with Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
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poor controls, great story
D. Cole, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: Story wise, I havent finished the game but the story is rather entertaining to me. Control wise, its a nightmare. This game does not use the mouse at all. It is all keyboard commands. Was very disappointed in that. It only gets 3 stars due to the story, If I had to rate the gameplay itself it wouldn't go higher than a 2 at most. What fighting game in this day and age doesn't use a mouse on a computer?
Summary: Don't get this game for the PC! The games looks and plays fine for consoles, but it's just poorly optimized for the PC. I have been able to run any game (Watchdogs, etc.) in the highest settings so far with my current setup (GTX 770, 16GB RAM, i5-something), but for some reason, Injustice will only run properly if I turn down almost all graphics settings.
Summary: The game has a OK foundation, but it does not look...aesthetically pleasing, like the animations are good and it seems to understand DC and ramp them up some, but it looks so bad. The game would be so much better with better lighting. The gameplay is not a competitive fighter, but considering I liked MK9 I was not surprised to like this as well.
Summary: I really enjoyed this game, a lot. The action is there, the story was there, and everything seems to be on key. However, it feels like it's more on the lighter side of content even though this is the "Ultimate Edition" I expected a little more characters, stages, costumes, and re-playability. Just to bring it to attention, this isn't the next big thing in the fighting genre as it uses the Mortal Kombat game engine.
Alright game but wait for a sale if you really want it
3 August 2014
Summary: Not a bad game but definitely a little lacking. The story mode took me around 4-5 hours to beat and definitely not as difficult as Mortal Kombat (the most recent one). I remember having a LOT of trouble with a couple of bosses in mk but in this game it seemed a little pulled back, not that that's a bad thing necessarily but if you're looking for more challenge I would go elsewhere.
Summary: This game is for all the DC + MK fans. It is a bastard child of DC meets MK and does play like it. Though I must say that the tricky controls were far too much for my taste. I had to uninstall this as the controls and the timings were so messed up that I couldn't even finish the tutorial. I'm not a huge fighting genre fan, but I have had and enjoyed my fair share of SF and MK games. This one though neatly made, falls short on the controls (at least on PC).
Mortal Kombat with DC Superheroes (but not horrible like MK vs DC)
Michael D. Cooper, Amazon
21 July 2014
Summary: Think: Mortal Kombat without blood and with the superheroes you love from the DC Universe. There is a large amount of fan service available, and with an interesting premise in conjunction with a New 52 crossover, you will find the story enjoyable. The net code is much improved from the Mortal Kombat PC version, so you won't run into as many issues when playing online.