DC’s main event is a mostly enjoyable one with a few noticeable caveats. Character dynamics shine brightest, the league is rounded out by lots of charismatic moments. Each hero has a few scenes that help solidify their personalities and contributions to the group. These moments, like Flash and the speed force or Wonder Woman foiling terrorists, these are excellent scenes. There are certainly questionable moments that could have been edited out, seeing as this movie was supposedly edited down from 2 hours and 50 minutes to just shy of 2 hours. While the CGI is annoying, the villain isn’t memorable, and the story isn’t anything new, there’s still plenty to enjoy in Justice League and enough to recommend to comic fans and general film-goers.
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.
Netherrealm have released a new promised trailer for Injustice 2, the follow up to 2012’s Injustice: Gods Among Us. What looks like an absolute apocalypse to come in the DC Universe, friends become foes, new alliances are formed, and rivalries hit paramount. Continue reading New Injustice 2 trailer redraws the lines
NetherRealm Studios and WB Games have finally announced Injustice 2, following days worth of rumours and marketing material leaked online. Here we have the trailer, with a release date of 2017, and some information on how it will improve over the original game. Continue reading Injustice 2 announcement trailer revealed
A report from a French gaming outlet claims that a source close to Injustice Gods Among Us believes a sequel is on its way, with a reveal to come very soon, possibly before E3. Following the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the future releases of Justice League movies, this could be a well timed release, if true. Continue reading Injustice Gods Among Us sequel on the horizon?
Mystified. The main word that comes to mind when reflecting on Batman v Superman. As a DC fan and film-goer, I’ve had my sights on this movie for quite some time. Growing more and more eager to see the final product. Much hinges on the critical and financial success of this movie. Will this jumpstart the DC Cinematic Universe? Does it have what it takes to contend with Marvel? Will it bring something fresh to the comic book movie genre? With excitement and glee I can answer these questions: yes to all the above. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a triumph over seemingly insurmountable odds. We get a brilliantly crafted movie that is not only the most unique comic book film that I’ve ever seen, but damn near brought me to tears, something the Nolan Batman’s or any comic book film has ever accomplished.
The ink is still drying on our last article about Rocket League, and already we have some more news about the game! On March 8th, fans will be able to drive the Batmobile in Rocket League! Yes, as part of the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hype, DC Comics are letting Psyonix include the car in their game! Continue reading Batman v Superman DLC coming to Rocket League
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is responsible for rating most films that have a theatrical release and many that have DVD releases as well. While the theatrical release of Batman V Superman will still be PG-13, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition has been rated R for “sequences of violence.” This essentially means that the blu-ray release of the movie will have an R-rated take obviously for more graphic violence.
Check out the final trailer for the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Many of you may wonder if this trailer is even worth watching after the somewhat spoilerific previous trailer that included Doomsday. Rest assured, this should have been the final trailer, nothing is given away and we’re given an excellent look at Batman in action in an action sequence that reminds me of combat from the Batman Arkham games.
Check out the superb new Batman v Superman trailer that features a great look at a more personal and intense scene between Clark Kent and Bruce Wayne. We also get a load of Jessie Eisenburg as Lex Luthor, having him narrate the majority of the trailer. It also appears that rumors are true and that Luthor gets the body of Zod and plays a Victor Frankenstein role to engine Doomsday. Along with that we get a good look at the DC Trinity together at the end. Unfortunately, it’s a rather to the point trailer and there’s not a whole lot for me to analyze. We’ll keep you updated on all the latest news and trailers for Batman v Superman.