Injustice: Gods Among US (iOS) Review

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Injustice: Gods Among US

Injustice: Gods Among US was released on the App Store by Warner Bros on April 3rd. This is a FTG adopted from the DC Comics icons. Many classic DC Comics icons can embody the players’ fantasy engaging in epic battles on a massive scale in a world where the line between good and evil has been blurred. I tried this game simply and here is some hands-on I want to share with you.

First of all, the operation is very easy, just ‘swipe’ and ‘click’ the screen, a little similar to Real Boxing, but comparing to the traditional FTG, it is a little lack of gameplay.

Injustice: Gods Among US

In the game, the characters are complete and rich, basically, you can see all the heroes and villains while you are playing the game. The three powerful bosses: The Joker, Alex Luthor and Black Adam are appearing in the game. Except Luthor, both The Joker and Black Adam have gold character cards. The most powerful role in the game is Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, all of whom can kill the enemy with one hit.

Injustice: Gods Among US

Each character has its own way to unleash skill. Some roles need you to click the button quickly and consecutively to cause more damage, others need you to swipe across the whole screen or control a buoy back and forth around the central axis, the closer to the axis, the more power the attack is.

Injustice: Gods Among US

Individual character has various skills, even for the same character, different cards also have different properties and damage coefficient.

Take two Superman Gold Cards as an example, one is in normal state, the other is in fury state which is less in the value of life but has a distinguished skill. In normal state, Superman consume 2 grids of energy to unleash skill; contrary to this, in the fury state, Superman can kill 2 grids to release Infrared Ray, which can break the defense of enemy. But in my opinion, it’s less powerful than in normal state. For the super power skill consuming 3 grids, I suggest you can experience it yourself, which can kill enemy who has a value of 60 thousand with one hit.

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FTG, F2P, In-App Purchase, Review, iOS

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