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Tristans Twisted World: Injustice: Gods Among Us Demo Impressions

By Tristan Werbe in Impressions

As we all know NetherRealm Studios is back and brings us there new DC fighting game. This time around it is taking a interactive tone with the maps you fight on. You can fight opponents by using a really similar combat system to other games NetherRealm has made but with a better flow system.

The flow depended on what characters I played as in the demo. For example when I played as Batman and Wonder Woman combat was much easier even on hard mode, but when I played as Lex Luther I noticed he was slower and the flow on hard mode and higher was harder. It does not ruin game play though since Lex did have stronger attacks. The final battle in the demo fighting  a character like Doomsday was a good step since I always have enjoyed a latter system.

Using the the environment to toss enemies around such as tossing them in front of a train seems to be cool but for me seems like they do not lose much health. It did not bother me but really seemed like just a long cut scene. The overall of this demo for me makes me excited to get my hands on this game.

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