I cannot wait for Justin’s commentary.
Oh and some real information on the new Xbox.
“…challenging combat akin to Dark Souls and skill trees that resemble Borderlands.”
Sign me up.
I’m right there with you (even down to the reddit situation). I don’t know what I would do without Polygon or the Verge. I mean, it’s like I’d have to work or something…
Definitely play Arkham City! Absolutely a great game.
Just 15 more days…
License transfer is a pretty painless task. If you haven’t transfered, you won’t be able to play downloaded games on your newer console.
Could you expand on your opinion about what sounds just as aweful? I’m genuinely curious. From a development standpoint, having a more unified codebase with the opportunity to get your app/game on more consumer devices sounds very enticing.
Tomb Raider is highly tempting, but I’ve already got plenty of games filling my backlog I need to finish. D: Regardless, thanks for the heads-up, Polygon!
I am beyond excited to finally see what Microsoft has to show. Personally, new entertainment options are just as exciting as getting prettier games to me. The more streaming options customers have, the better. Most of all, I’m glad that these rumors will be put to rest. As far as games, a new Alan Wake would pretty much seal the deal for me. I’d also die for a new Viva Pinata.
Second week of June is going to be an exciting time. Looking forward to Polygon’s coverage!
That introduction video was by far my favorite in the game.
“Oh, look at that alliga—…oh, ok that was just a teas—…DANG, LOOK AT THOSE TEETH I AM SO DEAD.”
I enjoy most of the STAR missions I’ve played so far. Granted, some of them have been a serious pain to 3-star, but that’s only a problem for completionists. I have yet to cross a mission I couldn’t finish in more than 5 minutes.
I hate going up against anyone using Green Lantern. I don’t know if that’s my lack of skill or what…
Woo late reply!
The challenges are unique. I haven’t completed too many of them yet, but they offer a good change of pace outside of the normal battle system. Each fighter has about 10 or so challenges, so there’s definitely plenty enough to last for a while. Getting 3-stars on ever mission will be a long, tedious task…
I felt the same way after I tried the demo. Playing with some of the other characters (Flash, Aquaman and Nightwing for instance) drastically changed my opinion. Granted, the demo didn’t allow access to the tutorial so I honestly had no idea how to some of the more technical moves that add fluidity to the combat. Other than Batman, the fighters offered in the demo definitely aren’t my favorite.
I was planning on waiting for a Polygon review to make a decision, but a friend brought it over last Saturday and we beat the campaign over the weekend. I enjoyed it so much I bought it for myself.
Has anyone else here played Injustice? I’m curious what others’ thoughts are. I’ve never bought a fighting game before Injustice, but I must say I am thoroughly enjoying the game.