Personalize DC Comics legends in Injustice 2: Legendary Edition for Xbox One. Choose from iconic characters, including Batman, Superman and Aquaman, and collect gear to help each one level up throughout the game. Prepare to give Batman the boost he needs to protect the fate of the world as new threats emerge in the wake of Superman's former regime when you play Injustice 2: Legendary Edition for Xbox One.
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It's a brainless superhero fighting game...at least, I thought that was the extent of the game. I was way wrong. The story mode plot is intelligently-designed and multi-faceted, and it can go in more than one direction. The characters and highly-customizable (even alternate versions for characters, e.g., Power Girl, Black Lightning, Grid, etc., and the alternates have their very own Super Moves). The pre-fight interactions between the characters was also unexpected, and the interactivity WITH the arenas was a great touch (you can throw objects, jump off objects, and hit your opponent into a totally different part of the arena). I was leery about paying extra for the Legendary version, but it's definitely worth it, in my opinion. Nods to Mortal Kombat, Killer Croc and TMNT were very well done. If you have pre-teen kids, be aware of some teenage verbiage, especially in the story mode ("suck", "a--", "d---", "h---", and maybe even a "s---" or two). Great game, overall, and I'd definitely recommend it.
My 14 year old son has been wanting this and recently bought this game. Normally I can't get into what he buys as they are just too complex (I don't have that kinda time) or they involve too many buttons and too much 3D movement (yes, i'm old). However he was describing this to me and my husband, and we turned to each other and said "it sounds like streetfighter." We headed to his room, and took over. So much fun! I'm not sure that the three kids like having to share with their parents as much as they thought they would, but it's nice that we all get to finally have a game we can all play together. For those who think this might imply the game has limited complexity, I don't think that's the case. I think that is just how those of us unversed in modern gaming play it. My son takes it to a whole other level when he plays and how he upgrades his characters, etc. I just like that I can keep it simple and just play and still have time to connect with my kids in this way.
A:AnswerPhysical copies have a shelf life and need to be sold by retailers, but with digital copies they barely go on sale cost nothing to sell so can stay forever at any price. You are better off buying from the Playstation store or Xbox marketplace, Nintendo eshop, etc. if that is your preference is to digital games. They are the same game just a matter of physical and digital, plain and simple.