NetherRealm’s hit DC Comics fighting game uses the conceit of the multiverse to explain the countless different versions of characters. Apparently, the Right Hand of Doom exists on one of those infinite earths, because Hellboy is part of a crop of new fighters coming to Injustice 2.
Princess Koriand’r of Tamaran finally joins the roster of Injustice 2 today. Starfire is the final addition of the first wave of new fighters, following Red Hood and Mortal Kombat guest star Sub-Zero.
Injustice 2 received its first major update on June 5, courtesy of developer NetherRealm Studios. The patch largely addresses lingering bugs in the DC Comics fighter, but it also included a new indicator that notes whether online opponents are playing over wi-fi. While it may seem like a minor addition, this…
The coolest new feature in Injustice 2 is the ability to play dress-up with DC Comics’ iconic heroes and villains. And though they can’t possibly be as awesome as my Grape Flash here, we want to see your best custom creations.
A bug in Injustice 2 is rolling back player progress, making hard-earned character levels seemingly disappear. While Netherrealm works on ensuring the issue stops occurring, WB Games offers a workaround that’s been fixing the issue for many players.
Injustice 2's story mode features a strong script voiced by top voice talent, but the real stunner is the way the in-game faces move when acting out the dialogue. Can you make out what Harley Quinn is saying in the animated GIF above? Hint: she’s talking about Gorilla Grodd.
As a teen I was fascinated by DC’s Firestorm, a gestalt character with the ability to manipulate the elements. Unfortunately his TV and video game appearances generally use him as a souped-up Human Torch. Here’s our first look at Jason Rusch and Martin Stein shooting fireballs in Injustice 2.
Weaker heroes in the Injustice 2 universe take a pill to make them capable of standing up to the likes of Superman, but there is no pill to make Superman less vulnerable to the magical mastery of the newly-revealed Doctor Fate.
Move over Catwoman, Injustice 2's got DC Comics’ actual cat-woman to the line-up. The latest trailer for Injustice 2 showcases the fighting women of DC, featuring Poison Ivy, Black Canary, Catwoman and the animalistic Cheetah. We’re going to need a bigger litter box.
As if having DC Comics’ most powerful heroes at each other’s throats wasn’t bad enough, now alien android mastermind Brainiac wants a piece of the action in the story trailer for Injustice 2.
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.
Having appeared in two previous Mortal Kombat games in non or barely playable form, the artist formerly known as The Tan Ninja makes his fully playable debut this week in Mortal Kombat X.
Feeling nostalgic for old-school Mortal Kombat? You’re in luck.
There’s nothing I like better in a fighting game than a large amount of unlockable goodies, and there’s no better way to distribute new fatalities, costumes and concept art like Mortal Kombat X’s Krypt.
No parent should ever outlive their child. They definitely shouldn’t tear open their child’s chest while quoting a classic horror movie and hamming it up for the camera.
Since last night PC fighting game fans have been able to download the first three gigs of Mortal Kombat X on Steam — and that’s all. Understandable frustration follows.
While there will always be a fondness in my heart for the music of System of a Down, it does not belong in this television ad for Mortal Kombat X. Let's swap in something more appropriate.