- Summary: Every battle defines you. Power up and build the ultimate version of your favorite DC legends in INJUSTICE 2. With a massive selection of DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains, INJUSTICE 2 allows you to equip every iconic character with unique and powerful gear earned throughout the game.Every battle defines you. Power up and build the ultimate version of your favorite DC legends in INJUSTICE 2. With a massive selection of DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains, INJUSTICE 2 allows you to equip every iconic character with unique and powerful gear earned throughout the game. Experience an unprecedented level of control over how your favorite characters look, how they fight, and how they develop across a huge variety of game modes. This is your super Hero. Your Journey. Your Injustice.… Expand
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LEVEL (Czech Republic)Jul 24, 2017Excellent game and must-have for any fan of this genre. Sophisticated gaming mechanisms are complemented by a good campaign and an addictive Multiverse. [Issue#274]
May 25, 2017This is the first fighting game I've recommended to my non-fighting game friends in a long time. Whether you just like the idea of a DC superhero punch party, enjoy RPGish gear hooks, or have been looking for an approachable way into fighting games, Injustice 2 has you covered.
May 17, 2017The unrivaled amount of single-player content to explore, especially the highlight Multiverse mode, and the height of Injustice 2’s skill ceiling make it an easy environment in which to lose hours of your day without ever even challenging another human… or giant telekinetic gorilla, as it were.
Jun 7, 2017While the competitive future of Injustice 2 is currently unclear, one thing is certain: NetherRealm have created a highly polished fighter. With a campaign mode that blows the competition out of the water, fights that pop, and an extensive customisation system, the Chicago-based studio has done right by the DC license.
May 16, 2017Injustice 2 is a great sequel for Gods Among Us. NetherRealm Studios took a pretty safe road with this title in terms of gameplay mechanics, but the little changes they made work perfectly. A great story, good loot box system and a solid multiplayer, make this experience worthwhile.
May 18, 2017These fruits are soured by lazy, contrived storytelling, and a gear system that stands in opposition to what fighting games should be about. All of this ultimately makes Injustice 2 a step back not only from the original but also from the level of quality we’re used to seeing from NetherRealm.
May 16, 2017very interesting story and fantastic gear system must buy
outstanding visual story has gust began of injustice best fighting games of allvery interesting story and fantastic gear system must buy
outstanding visual story has gust began of injustice best fighting games of all time aii i wanna say is awsome… Expand
May 16, 2017Injustice 2 has developed itself a lot. The gear mode attracts you very much. U r becoming addicted to it. Characters are so cool but I wantInjustice 2 has developed itself a lot. The gear mode attracts you very much. U r becoming addicted to it. Characters are so cool but I want at least 40 of them. Can one fighting game get Game of the Year nominee? Maybe...… Expand
Jul 9, 2017This is incredibly the best fighting game ever made for this year, although the story is confusing and crazy. They added what was good or whatThis is incredibly the best fighting game ever made for this year, although the story is confusing and crazy. They added what was good or what was not good in the first game and improved and that includes the online system and its new proposals.
Soundtrack-9.0 / 10
History-8.0 / 10
Gameplay-9.0 / 10
Best fighting game 2017 -9.5/10-… Expand
Jan 4, 2018A more polished version of the first entry in the series with a less stellar story. The amount of polish in this game is breath taking, the MOA more polished version of the first entry in the series with a less stellar story. The amount of polish in this game is breath taking, the MO Cap work and facial animations, stunning. This is keeping the trend of making story in fighting games matter. This one doesn't hit the mark as much for me, I like the new characters, but I felt like they popped up in the story just for the fun of it and didn't have much of a reason outside of just to be there. This happened more than once and I kind of scratched my head (when Hal Jordan shows up its basically out of thin air while you are in the streets...doesn't make a lot of sense.) Focusing on Brainiac as the pivotal plot point isn't as gut wrenching as Super Man going bad and Batman dealing with it, they get to that a bit more and there are some cool moments, but doesn't outshine the first game.
The roster adds some nice new additions (Scarecrow and Blue Beetle among my favorite newbies) and all the redesigns seem to be better. The fighting is just as fluid, with some of the supers changing for the better and for worse.
I think the unlocks became a little too over complicated for my liking, I like my skins and portraits and didn't care for the new loot boxes and equipment drops. On top of that it makes the changing of costumes much more tedious and unlocking items doesn't seem as straight forward.
Fighting AI or a buddy is still lots of fun.
The polish...woofta is it good.
An enjoyable story, but not as good as the first.
Padding out the collectibles when they could have added cooler skins=bummer.
New roster added some duds in my eyes, but still a good line up of characters.
May 26, 2017Injustice 2 is a great fighting game that surpasses the first game in almost every way. The story is solid, the core fighting is fun, andInjustice 2 is a great fighting game that surpasses the first game in almost every way. The story is solid, the core fighting is fun, and there's enough replay value for me to see myself coming back to this game, which is where I felt the first game was lacking.
The story is solid and I'd say is an improvement from the first one. The story feels more like a story than an excuse to make the characters fight each other. (Mostly) every fight has a reason to happen. Because this game takes place only in the evil superman universe the story makes more sense than in the first one where the universes are getting merged. If you have not played the first game though you will probably be lost. My biggest complaint with the campaign is the ending. It felt more like Netherrealm was trying to make it open to a sequel than to give the story a truly satisfying ending. I do want to see a sequel eventually, but this game could've wrapped up the story for until the next game comes out. Overall though, the campaign is great and you should definitely play it.
I SUCK at fighting games so I was expecting to get my ass kicked online and that's pretty much what happened. I kinda wish there was more of a ranking system so that I was matched with players of my skill level. The game was matching me with opponents of my level, but they clearly had more fighting game experience with me and seemed to know multiple 20 hit combos for every character. Other times I knew I was better or equivalent to the opponent skill-wise, but they were beating me because they picked Deadshot. I don't wanna go on a rant about the character balance, but Deadshot is a pain in the ass.
There are microtransactions in this game. You can buy gear that will improve you're character's stats, looks, and even moves. While this is disabled in ranked mode, and you don't have to spend any money, it's just kinda odd to have microtransactions. But, as I said you don't have to spend a dime. You can get all the gear for free by just playing. It is pretty cool in that aspect and gives me another reason to come back to this game. What bothers me is the moves that are locked behind this gear. Some moves characters had in the previous game are unavailable for the characters by default and must be unlocked through the gear system. Not a huge deal though, considering I could probably unlock them with enough play time.
Overall Injustice 2 is a solid fighting game with lots of variety, and enough new content to keep players coming back for a while. Definitely worth a purchase if you're a fan of fighting games or DC in general.… Expand
Sep 29, 2017An alright fighting game but with way too many issues to recommend to anyone. The gear, which was a main selling point has been extremelyAn alright fighting game but with way too many issues to recommend to anyone. The gear, which was a main selling point has been extremely poorly implemented. Even if you buy the Ultimate Edition they lock additional content behind a paywall (skins). They released a patch which has deleted a lot of the gear that people have worked for months to obtain. All while providing little to no information and support.… Expand