If you enjoyed the popular title: Mortal Kombat Vs. DC Universe back in 2008, then you’re in luck!
Warner Bros. has announced a new fighter that will be developed by NetherRealm titled Injustice: Gods Among Us. The game’s plot will involve the heroes that we have all come to love turning evil and duking it out.
At some moments the announcement trailer does seem a bit ridiculous. It’s hard to determine what type of fighter this game will be, if Superman can send his foes up into space, as seen in the trailer, and Batman to kick enemies through buildings.
Spotted characters include Batman, Superman, the Flash, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn , Lex Luthor and Solomon Grundy. It has also been announced that the game will have just as many fighters or more as Mortal Kombat.
For many, the mention of an arcade throws us into a nostalgic look back on gaming. From the days of Pac-Man and the original Mortal Kombat and Tekken, the arcade is something that any gamer will always appreciate. Despite the popularity with the gaming community, however, due to the ease of access and the affordability of gaming consoles, many arcades fell to the wayside and closed. Continue Reading
A lot happened in 2011 for Ps3, it won some people with it’s threequels and it lost some people with it’s blackout. But it was a decent year for PSN over all with games such as Infamous: Festival of Blood and lighter titles such as Okabu. These all have probably burned out your hard drive and Sony thanks you by giving you a list of more games that you should download.
1) Tetris (EA)
2) Resident Evil 4 HD
3) Infamous: Festival of Blood
4) Back to the Future: The Game
5) Dungeon Hunter: Alliance
6) Castle Crashers
8) Battlefield 1943
9) Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection
10) Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers
This year’s Gadget Show Live Gaming Zone was in a whole other hall to accommodate for the extra space, as well as the food hall, but there was still plenty to see.
The part the GTN crew found most interesting was the 18+ zone, which was hidden away in a big white tent, and was also where the Duke was hiding. Inside the mysterious tent, you could not only actually get to play a small piece of Duke Nukem Forever, but you were also able to get free exclusive T-shirts and badges.
As a game, it was quite fun, but wasn’t really enough to come up with a verdict and there wasn’t really anything that you won’t have already seen on YouTube, but it was still something to play the game if just to know for sure that it’s real – and trust me, it IS real.