Injustice: Gods Among Us - Ultimate Edition for PlayStation 4
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Injustice: Gods Among Us - Ultimate Edition

Nov 12, 2013

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Takes NetherRealm Studios' bold new fighting game and enhances it with over $60 of new content including 6 new characters, over 30 new skins and 60 new S.T.A.R. Labs missions. The addition of the new characters brings the roster to 30 fan favorite DC icons, including Batman, The Joker, Green Lantern, The Flash, Superman and Wonder Woman. Heroes and villains will engage in epic battles on a massive scale in a world where the line between good and evil has been blurred.

Critic Reviews

12 Reviews
7.70
Louis EdwardsNov 25, 2013
The question you have to ask yourself, if you already own this game for the PS3, is Injustice Gods Among us Ultimate Edition worth the price of repurchasing it? That question is best answered by your pocketbook. If you ponied up the cash for a PS4, and really enjoyed the game on the PS3, you’ll find the game to be more of the same, but a little prettier on the PS4. If you’ve never owned the game, and are a fan of this genre of games, it’s well worth the price tag and goes nicely with that brand new console.
Mike WilliamsNov 18, 2013
The PlayStation 4 version kicks the game up to 1080p and improves the graphics a bit, but it's not a big enough change to justify buying a PS4 on its own. The score to the right reflects that version. The PlayStation Vita version is only for diehard fans, because the detailed characters models and levels did not survive the transition to the portable platform. It's still 60 fps, but it's a muddy mess at 60 fps. The Vita controls are workable, but unreliable at times.
Greg GiddensDec 18, 2013
Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition is packed to the brim with content, and subsequently earns its name with ease. While there’s plenty for hardcore fighting fans to etch out of the release, it’s still not quite as deep as the likes of Street Fighter – but anything that it lacks in depth, it more than makes up for in accessibility.

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