Injustice: Gods Among Us News
Get outta here
Popular Mortal Kombat protagonist Scorpion is set to sting comic book brawler Injustice: Gods Among Us. The character – who will be available as DLC for £3.99/$4.99 – has been designed by DC Entertainment co-publisher Jim Lee. You can catch the challenger in action courtesy of the trailer embedded below. Are you still playing...
Holding out for a hero
BioShock Infinite’s varied roster of Vigors did little to stave off the challenge of the DC Universe this week, as Injustice: Gods Among Us has soared straight to the top of the UK sales charts. The critically acclaimed NetherRealm Studios brawler ended Columbia’s three-week spell at the summit, with the floating city...
Mockery of justice
In a strange turn of events, the European PlayStation Store update has arrived earlier than its North American counterpart for the first time in as long as we can remember. Sony’s commemorating that fact with the addition of a slew of content, including Injustice: Gods Among Us, the Journey Collector’s Edition, and
Oh so quiet
Insomniacs could use this week’s European PlayStation Store update as an alternative to counting sheep. Lowlights include a demo for Injustice: Gods Among Us, a couple of Grand Theft Auto games, and, er, Shaun White Snowboarding. We warned you it was a lean week. At least Okami HD is now free for PlayStation Plus subscribers. PS3...
NetherRealm Studios’ superhero showdown Injustice: Gods Among Us will pick a fight with the PlayStation 3 on 16th April in North America and 19th April in Europe, publisher Warner Bros has announced. You’ll be able to purchase the fighter in a variety of guises, including as part of the beefy Battle Edition, which includes an...
Shades of grey
NetherRealm’s stunning superhero bust-up Injustice: Gods Among Us will suit up next spring, publisher Warner Bros has announced. The date was confirmed alongside the title’s latest trailer, which we’ve handily embedded below. We're still waiting on an apology for the game's dreadful name.
A real Boon
NetherRealm Studios gaffer Ed Boon has promised to solve Mortal Kombat’s frustrating compatibility issues with upcoming brawler Injustice: Gods Among Us. The company’s previous effort did a poor job of ensuring all players had the appropriate data to make the online component work, but Boon has promised that its super hero mash-up...
Not very neighbourly
We’re not entirely sure why the heroes of the DC Universe are so mad at each other in NetherRealm's upcoming Injustice: Gods Among Us, but boy are they fuming. This brand new Comic-Con trailer focuses on newcomers Cyborg and Nightwing – the latter of which is shown stabbing his staff straight into the stomach of Wonder...
Comic book “favourites” Nightwing and Cyborg are officially joining the roster of NetherRealm’s upcoming superhero brawler, Injustice: Gods Among Us. According to Polygon – who got hands-on time with the new characters – the former is a nimble, acrobatic fighter, while the latter adopts the tried-and-tested “punch people...
Injustice: Gods Among Us may be a prime contender for the worst video game name of the generation, but at least the fighter is looking impressive enough to get away with it. During a panel at the EVO Championships over the weekend, creator Ed Boon took anticipant fans on a tour of the game. Check out the video below and you’ll get to...
Mortal Kombat developer NetherRealm Studios is taking a break from Scorpion and Sub-Zero in order to build a brand new superhero fighting game for PS3. The mouthy Injustice: Gods Among Us is set to lock DC Comics' greatest heroes and deadliest villains in battle next year. Confirmed fighters include Batman, Superman, the Flash,...