A video compilation features most of all the characters’ and their super moves in Injustice 2. This includes Black Canary, Bane, Captain Cold, Green Arrow, Batman, Superman, Catwoman, Cheetah, Wonder Woman, Gorilla Grodd, The Flash, The Joker, Harley Quinn, Blue Beetle, Brainiac, Dark Seed, Firestorm, Aquaman, Supergirl, Deadshot, Black Atom, Scarecrow, Dr. Fate, Swamp Thing, Poison Ivy and Robin.
If you’ve been paying attention to all of the trailers NetherRealm and Warner Bros., have been releasing for the game then you’re likely already caught up with all of the super moves at the disposal of the heroes and villains. Unfortunately we don’t get to see Atrocitus in action, but just about everybody else gets some face time. You can check out the video compilation below from Izuniy.
Some of the specials for some of the characters are pretty cool. The Flash probably has one of the absolute best. Captain Cold’s is also pretty inventive, along with Superman and Supergirl. I was a bit disappointed in how lame Wonder Woman’s is compared to the other characters, and it seemed like Gorilla Grodd’s super move was pretty lazy.
Black Atom’s super move is also really awesome. They put some serious time and effort into his, and Catwoman’s is both fitting and exciting to watch. And also, in case you wanted to see it, Atrocitus’ super move can be viewed below, along with his intro speeches, courtesy of Rafael Lorenzo.
It’s also funny seeing some of the specials from before some characters who received a facelifts after their initial announcements. Supergirl, Wonder Woman and for sure Aquaman received some major reconstruction. Aquaman for sure was one of the most ugly characters on the roster when it was first announced, but they really made some changes to give him a more stern and chiseled look. Before is at the top, after is at the bottom.
You won’t have to wait too long to see all the characters and their plastic surgery upgrades when Injustice 2 launches for the Xbox One and PS4 on May 16th.
This has turned out to be one of the more surprising games due out this spring, insofar that it’s steadily built up its hype by actually showing some interesting gameplay mechanics and decent looking fighting. We’ll see if the total package is worth the $60 when it launches in two weeks.
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