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Injustice 2 - PlayStation 4

  • Publisher: WB Games
  • SKU: 5397900
  • Release Date: 12/31/2017
ESRB Rating: Teen
Alcohol reference, Blood, Language, Suggestive themes, Violence
$29.99
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    • Injustice 2

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1951 out of 1988)

    Product Details


    • Developer: NetherRealm Studios
    • Publisher: WB Games
    • Platform: PlayStation 4
    • Genre: Fighting
    • Edition: Standard Edition

    Synopsis


    Take on your favorite DC villains when you play Injustice 2. This massive fighting game offers a wide range of characters to choose from, and the customizable gear options let you build each villain or hero up for added strength and power. Featuring compelling storytelling and dynamic graphics, Injustice 2 puts you in the middle of the action.

    Features


    With every match you'll earn gear to equip, customize and evolve your favorite DC Super Hero or Super-Villain, meaningfully impacting how your character both looks and fights.

    Continue the epic cinematic story set in motion in INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US as Batman and his allies work towards putting the pieces of society back together, but struggle against those who would restore Superman's Regime.

    Choose your character from the biggest DC Universe roster a fighting game has ever seen - from classic fan favorites to astonishing new villains.

    Developers of the best-selling and critically acclaimed MORTAL KOMBAT franchise, NetherRealm Studios brings unrivaled storytelling, robust content, and best-in-class fighting mechanics to the DC Universe.



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 1988 reviews

    99%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      One of the best superhero fighting games to date!

      Posted
      swampmonster
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Ok here my review of Injustice 2! I think it awesome, you can customizing your hero or villain with random gear you get from wining or losing a fight, so even if you suck at fighting games you still win because not only does that gear change the look of your fighter but it also change there states, let say you want do more damage when doing light attacks well if you a helmet that add 23 DP, your attacks then you do more damage so in way you can become a better fighter without learning some the hard combat combos! But if you are a hard core player that want to play fair, well you can turn those states off and play fair like the pro you are. Now getting to the story I have not play that much, but so far it does have some good acting from the Batman himself Kevin Conroy who yet again is the best Batman out there! and on top that it follows the event after of what Superman has done to Earth. With him taking over the government and trying to rule everyone under his iron fist, because what joker made him do. But i'm not going to much into, like I said I only played a little, but not a lot. Now let's talk about combat in witch it is a lot better then the last game, it use the same engine Mortal Combat X and my god it show it has amazing graphics and sound design, but what stand out is that the combat, and it is amazing if enjoy Mortal Kombat X combat then you know what your getting into with you Basic Light to Heavy Attacks and your black and grapple with some advance combos, so usual what with a fighting game. But what is the best part of the game that make a return from the original is there own fatalities that is called Super Moves! but what make these better is that you can use the at anytime of fight, along as you feel the meter up and it can up fast if your getting your butt hand to you so it good use if you need last minute thing for doing massif damage to the other fighter, or you can also use the meter as a wager for when you black another fighter attack you do kinda of a wager one who has more in there meter, and who every wins get more of there health back and the loser get a little health knock off! But that pretty much all I can say about this game other then it's one of the best superhero game to date!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Difficult But Satisfying

      Posted
      gabemstr
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      If you've played NetherRealm Studios games in the past, like Mortal Kombat X(L) and the first Injustice game, you'll know what to expect---quality games with in-depth controls and a great story. Fighting games are always hard to master, with this one in particular. To "get good" at this game, you'll need to use your brain. Button mashing won't get you places, not even through the story! I am currently playing on medium (default) and it's still very difficult for me, and I'd consider myself half-decent at fighting games. Memorizing basic combos and special moves will take some effort, but your effort will not go unrewarded. Online is fun, but get used to losing a lot of you're like me. There are some people online who are insanely good. There are very little "bad" players online in my opinion. People generally know some basic combos to get by. It's frustrating losing often to people online AND to CPUs in the story mode, but not in a way that makes you want to throw your controller across the room. It's more like a frustrated-laughter feeling because you know you need to get better in order to progress, and getting better is possible through time and practice. Highly recommend getting this and also picking up the previous Injustice game if you haven't played it already.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Extremely Cinematic, Very Challenging

      Posted
      tommy
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Not as varied as Mortal Kombat X, at first, but definitely complex and entertaining. Instead of getting 3 movesets per character, everyone has the same basic button-commands but each character has a completely different "style" -- brute-force, distance, athletic, superpowered, etc. At first, if you put the difficulty too high, it might seem impossible -- the "Computer" opponent is relentless with combos. But if you lower the difficulty and start to get used to different characters and stringing-together different combos, you'll start to unlock items. The items not only boost your character stats, but there are also "ability" slots. It's almost like the more you play the more depth and variation you unlock from the game. Mortal Kombat X was almost the opposite -- everything unlocked from the beginning, basically, so playing more was about just getting more skilled at the existing game. This is almost like you get more skilled side-by-side with the game unfolding more and more features. That's a pretty neat aspect, I think. And the story-mode is actually very worthwhile -- again, though, lower the difficulty or you'll get real annoyed real quickly -- and it forces you to use many different characters. It's like 3 hours of cutscenes, and probably another 3-6 hours of game time, depending on how good you are. It's a good way to force you to use the other characters, though, not just getting stuck on one play style, and the motion capture they did is pretty remarkable sometimes.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      AMAZING!

      Posted
      Nandough
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      The graphics in the cinematics are some of the best I have ever seen in any video game, the characters are so life like it almost gives me chills but also adds so much to overall experience of the game. The Story mode is extremely entertaining and very hard to stop playing. The fighting alone is probably some of the best out of all the fighting games in the past decade and the most creative, it somehow uses a very traditional and typical fighting game style but adds some tweaks exclusive to this game that make it fun. The customization portion of the game i thought would be a waste of time but it is highly addicting and very well done. I find myself playing the multiverse mode (a mode in the game that lets you travel dimensions and alternate timelines to beat different hereos and villans which is constantly changing with new challenges as updated by the developers) to earn money to buy more things for my characters or unlock wear gear. Overall i highly recommend this game as it is the most full and fun fighting game I have ever played.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great Fighting Game

      Posted
      Taishi
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      Now I know most of us PC users are probably going to wait until this game comes out on Steam and it'll be like $20 in less than two years. I was the same way with Injustice on Steam. I tried this game out on Redbox and it's a huge improvement from the first game. Now I'm not a big fan of fighting games, but I am a fan of comic book heroes. The story campaign and the multiverse modes are very interesting. The campaign felt a bit short, but it felt like a real movie. The multiverse mode made up for it with countless challenges and ladder matches. Also I loved playing as my favorite heroes and villains and performing some awesome moves on my opponents. My favorites include Supergirl, Green Lantern, Captain Cold, and Flash. Could you until the game was $20 cheaper? Yes. Could you wait about a year until it's 50% off? Yes. You can also rent it to give it a try. But if you're a big DC/Marvel fan and want something better than Injustice, then I would highly recommend Injustice 2.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Whoa, that's a lot of stuff

      Posted
      ZyroXZ2
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      From a nearly-as-good-as-MKX cinematic story mode to the addition of RPG-elements and gear to silly novelty modes like AI Battle Simulator, I am quite impressed with how much content is on tap. A solid roster coupled with more accessible fighting than MKX coupled with even better graphics (and some of the most impressive facial animation to-date), and I can't help but consider this the new bar for fighting game standards. I set that bar at MKX, but they took it up a notch. Grinding the multiverse to deck out my favorite fighter (or even to build up the roster for AI Battle Simulator) can not only suck up hours of time, but also cause you to become more intimately familiar with how to use your main and the game's finer mechanics than you might normally be interested in. You might just get competitively good simply because you keep on playing!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Game is good but...

      Posted
      ryryxy
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      I love the DC universe and this is an entertaining game. I've never been much for 2d side scrolling fighters, but this game was on sale on Black Friday so I hesitantly picked it up. The game is pretty good to play with your friends. The issue I have is the dlc. I feel like I'm not getting a complete game and then have to pay loads more money just to play as these extra characters. There used to be a time when developers would include secret characters in games. Now that comes with a price tag and they aren't so secret. Based on gameplay I would give this 5 stars. I'm just disappointed in the decisions with games these days. Hopefully they'll come out with an ultimate edition and I can pick that up for cheap in the future. Until then, I'm giving this game 3 stars.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      More than a fighting game!

      Posted
      TwoTones
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      As a primarily single player, this is an incredible experience with pick-up and play control and a deep fighting system. The story alone is a high value and easily worth the purchase. There are so many modes for single and multi-player experiences (the multiverse daily challenges and arcade mode lasted me the first few weeks alone). Then there is the gear upgrade which at first feels like a cheap way to generate in-game purchases. Once you understand the fighting mechanics, it becomes easy to understand how to play and earn these gear rewards to create a new fighting experience with your favorite characters. I would purchase this game again as it is a unique fighting experience. You just have to invest the time to have great rewards.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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