by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
One of our oldest demands was that 2D fighting games, mainly heirs to Street Fighter and King of Fighters were not landing on mobile devices and how much we'd like to enjoy old school fighting on a tablet or smartphone. Of course, the lack of a suitable pad and the need to adapt controls to a native interface was an obstacle, but we were eager to know how developers would overcome it.
Therefore, here it is Injustice, based on an alternative dimension where Catwoman can bitchslap Superman and no DC purist gets harmed in the making. Game consists in two parts: first you have to get characters and upgrade them. Every character has an energy bar, so your teammates will have to make turns in order to not exhaust them. Of course, you can renew their energy through in-app purchasing, where the freemium formula lies.
The second part is the actual fight, when you'll have to make combos combinating screen-mashing (a renewed version of button-mashing) with gestures to block or throw heavy attacks. When you have enough fighting power you can cast special -and absolutely awesome- attacks by tapping on a special button at the bottom left of the screen. Upgraded characters have more skills -some of them only useful when you tag with certain characters- to make fights richer and more varied.
This game, as it's its PC and console version, has been made by Netherrealm studios, who you might already know because they are the developers of the Mortal Kombat franchise, what allows us to dream of Kitana and her friends exchanging blows on our devices and opens the gate to other famous fighting franchises to be ported over.
Therefore, indispensable. If your device can bear it, download it.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Nov 25, 2013
from 1.668.992 reviews