As we approach the final days of 2017, it’s time to look back at what has been played and what has been enjoyed. I feel like I didn’t play enough of this year’s releases, primarily because I’m stubborn, and am a one console man. I don’t play on PC either, so my options are extremely limited. That said, of what I did play, there’s one game I just keep going back to from this year, which is why I’ve chosen it as my personal favourite for 2017. Continue reading Jorn’s Game of the Year for 2017
Injustice 2 has in available and in our collections since early May, but to this day it’s still popular and played regularly. While the story mode is excellent, offering different character paths and a fantastic tale, the Multiverse certainly wins us over with its addictive challenges and unlockables. However, it’s the AI Battle mode that deserves some attention, and here, I’ll tell you why. Continue reading Injustice 2 AI Battle mode is like Pokemon!
Netherrealm’s Injustice 2 has proven to be a massive hit, but the studio isn’t resting on its laurels just yet. As the developer continues to push out fresh content in the form of new characters to beef up your rosters, they’re also plugging holes and ironing out bugs to make it a more complete game. The July update makes a lot of changes to characters, stages and a lot more. Take a look below. Continue reading Injustice 2 July patch goes live
Injustice 2 is still doing the rounds and more and more players are finding themselves addicted to unlocking new loot items and customising their favourite DC superheroes and villains. Today, the game’s first patch went live and while it didn’t add anything new, it addresses a bunch of bugs, tweaks and other tidbits to tighten up the gameplay, and tights. Continue reading Injustice 2 June update goes live, here are the patch notes
It’s a new week, which means a look at last week’s UK top 20 games chart. With the release of Tekken 7, it looks like Injustice 2 has been dethroned after a spell at the top for a fortnight. How long will Tekken stay at the top? Time will tell. Continue reading UK Game Sales Chart, June 3rd
Netherrealm Studios have released a new trailer showcasing Red Hood, one of the three characters coming as part of next month’s first character pack. Being Injustice 2 and not Mortal Kombat, we’re also back to using proper spelling with ‘C’ words, too. Continue reading Red Hood will ruin your day in Injustice 2
Subtle upgrades and innovations over multiple games has shaped Injustice 2 into every success that it boasts. It’s here that Injustice 2 is a solid leap better than its predecessor. It’s also turned out to be the best game that NetherRealm Studios has developed so far. What makes Injustice 2 stand apart from every other fighting game is an interesting story, masterful character customization, balanced fighters, and an overall excellent structure. It’s one of the best fighters I’ve played in years.
Another week, and another lineup of new releases hitting the shelves and finding a way into your consoles or PC. This week saw the release of the well-received Injustice 2 from NetherRealm, which managed to top the UK chart. Let’s see how long it can remain at the top. Continue reading UK Game Sales Chart, 20th May 2017
Injustice 2 releases next week on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but you can dive right in this weekend if you happen to own a decent mobile phone, and start kicking the crap out of superheroes. Injustice 2’s mobile game is the follow up to the last one, surprisingly enough, and it allows you to unlock items in-game that transfer over to the console version. Continue reading Injustice 2 now available for mobile
Netherrealm Studios have released a new trailer for Injustice 2 that highlights ‘everything you need to know’. Now, in some cases, this isn’t always the best option, as it takes the fun out of launch day surprises. But when you’re splashing the cash for a product, it’s also worth knowing what you’re paying for. A double-edged sword, eh? Continue reading Most of what you need to know about Injustice 2