Today's gaming highlights: Some of the best moments from the biggest fighting game tournament of the year, plus incredible world records in both Spelunky and World of Warcraft!
Sonic Fox Vs. Pig of the Hut, General Zod Vs. Batgirl — who won? The viewing public. Also, Batgirl. Update: Now with smooth video of the entire finals.
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.
Play Injustice: Gods Among Us on mobile this weekend, score 30,000 power credits. Warner Bros. celebrates one billion play sessions in the free-to-play mobile version of its superhero fighter, doling out in-game currency for anyone who plays the game on iOS or Android devices this weekend.
Who would win in a fight, Wolverine-clone Lobo, or the Joker's unhinged girl Friday? The answer might be a lot more clear if this showdown weren't happening in the Injustice universe.
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.)
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.
All of the downloadable costumes and characters for Injustice: Gods Among Us that PS3 and Xbox 360 players have been enjoying for the past couple of months are finally available on the Wii U, along with the Japanese Ame-Comi pack not yet available on other consoles. Hit up NeoGAF for a rundown of what's available.
As promised, General Zod, the super-powered Kryptonian tyrant, is now available as a downloadable character for Injustice: Gods Among Us. As an extra, Netherrealm Studios threw in a bit of a history lesson discussing Zod's past, his motivations, and his uncanny ability to shove people through the moon's core.
With the Man of Steel movie debuting as a big hit, it’s no surprise that the movie’s version of Superman will be coming to the fighting game featuring the DC Universe’s biggest heroes and villains. And the Man of Steel skin will be joined by a playable General Zod add-on, who we first saw in action in a Conan O’Brien
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).
Superman goes rogue and all hell breaks loose in Netherrealm Studios' fighting title, Injustice: Gods Among Us. It's an all-out brawl between the heroes and villains of the DC Universe—who will come out victorious? That would be the critics, who are having a hell of a good time.
The greatest comic book battles aren't between heroes and villains. You can catch Batman punching out the Joker's magically regenerating teeth any day, but the Caped Crusader versus Green Lantern, or Superman, or Raven "We Need More Women in the Game" Roth? That's something special, even if the excuses for those…
Injustice: Gods Among Us, the latest fighting game based on the DC Universe characters, just hit the shelves today in North America. This gave us a great opportunity to ride back in time and see DC Comics characters featured in video games evolve from large dull pixels to realistic entities.
As comic book and fighting game fans anxiously await the April 16 release of Injustice: Gods Among Us, NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment deliver a tiny taste of the alternate-reality DC Universe battle royale in the form of a gorgeous little free fighter with collectible card tendencies.