Deadshot being upstaged by Harley Quinn? That’s something you only see in movies. Or comics. Or incredibly brief cameos on Arrow. Poor Deadshot.
Maybe not the one I would have preferred, but Jaime is better than nothing. Take a look at Mr. Reyes’ even more evolving suit as well as our first look at Wonder Woman in the Comic-Con trailer for Injustice 2. How about those faces?
From cinematic attacks tearing across the sky to the appearance of a certain blue cat dressed in a red onesie, so far Injustice 2 has everything a fan of the first game could want, as long as they are me.
Yesterday’s retail leak becomes today’s confirmation, as Warner Bros. officially announces Injustice 2. coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2017.
With Mortal Kombat X heading into the rear-view mirror, it’s about time for NetherRealm Studios to announce a new game. It looks like that game is Injustice 2, a sequel to the DC fighting game from 2013.
The villainous Darkseid joins the roster of Injustice: Gods Among Us mobile. While console and PC players will have to make due with the characters they've already got, the free-to-play mobile game gets a brand new bad guy to fight as/against, with a gold card up for grabs in a special timed event running March 6 - 24.
Warner Bros' superhero-stuffed fighting game is getting one of those fancy collector's editions and a whole bunch of new platforms: Injustice: Gods Among Us will come to Vita, PS4, and PC on November 12. (November 29 in Europe.)
The experts at the major fighting game site EventHubs have crunched some numbers to figure out which characters their thousands of users prefer in major fighting games. Top-played Super Street Fighter IV character? Ryu. Any guesses on the top Super Smash Bros. Melee one?
Long anticipated—practically since the game's release—Martian Manhunter was at last confirmed for Injustice: Gods Among Us as a downloadable addition to the fighting game's roster, along with a John Stewart Green Lantern skin. NetherRealm Studios announced the new fighters at EVO 2013 today.
The Clueless Gamer segments featuring everyone’s ginger-haired late night talk show host have generally showed him flustered and confused when holding a video game controller. This time is different. This time, Conan O’Brien whups somebody’s ass, both virtually and in the real world.
That previously announced Scorpion DLC for the Injustice superhero fighting game will be out next week on June 11th. It'll cost 400 MS Microsoft Points on Xbox Live or $4.99 on PlayStation Network.
As previously rumored, the undead ninja from the iconic Mortal Kombat fighting game franchise will be showing up as a downloadable add-on for Injustice. Scorpion shows up to bedevil the heroes and villains of the DC Comics universe for $4.99/400 Microsoft points.
The Joker gets three skins from The Killing Joke in an eponymous skin pack from Injustice: Gods Among Us; this is the Red Hood. The two others depict Joker at the beginning (in tourist photographer attire, when he shot and paralyzed Barbara Gordon) and the end of the famous 1988 graphic novel.
Every time I think I'd like to learn how to draw, I see an artist like 8bit Ego's Masood Tahir draw something and I think, "WOW, are you serious, this guy draws faster than I can think!!"
We've known for a week that Lobo, the superviolent, self-regarding antihero biker, would be the first DLC character for Injustice: Gods Among Us. (Rumors have it that Barbara Gordon Batgirl, Scorpion from Mortal Kombat, and General Zod, who just read an amazing letter for Funny or Die, are the others).
If you read comics, it must be like getting the keys to the candy store. "Hey, artist, do you and your team want put your stamp on some of the most iconic heroes on the planet?"