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Injustice: Knights Of Tommorow
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Title (In Other Countries)
Information
Developer Netherrealm,JJ Indutries
Publisher Director Joseph Vine
Style Fighting
Platform Xbox One, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360
Theme Action
Online Interaction Yes
Amt. of Players Supported 4
Average Review Score 8.9
Engine
Release Date Late 2016
Additional Information
ESRB Content Rating T
Content Blood, Violence, Mild language,Suggestive Themes,Mild Nudty
Retail Price $49.99
Announced On August 12th, 2001
Injustice: Knights Of Tommorow is an action fighting game based on the DC universe.It is developed by Netherealm Studios and published by Warner Bros.Interactive Entertainment. 


StoryEdit

GameplayEdit

Like Mortal Kombat, Injustice: Knights of Tommorow is a 2D fighting game featuring numerous DC and Marvel characters. Characters will be organized according to skill features: Power Users and Gadget Characters. Each type can interact with their environments differently. All characters will have several unique abilities and special moves. The game will feature a single-player component in addition to multiplayer and tournament features.

The game also features the light, medium, and heavy attack array traditional to fighting games. These attacks can trigger various move sets, can chain together to form combos, and will gradually fill up the player's Super Meter. Characters will also have "Character Trait" buttons that activate unique fighting styles and abilities.

While modeled somewhat on Mortal Kombat, Injustice features a new blocking system more akin to Street Fighter and a new "Wager" system. During a combo, the defending player can activate it by pressing forward and (X for PS3)(A for Xbox 360) (ZR for Wii U). At this point, both players place a hidden bet using a portion of their super meters. The highest bidder wins the clash, either rewarding health or finishing off the devastating combo. The Wager immediately ends the combo and triggers unique character dialogue before initiating combat again.

Game Stages will feature destructible environments and character costumes will deteriorate over the course of the battle. Also in the style of Mortal Kombat, the characters will recieve notable battle damage, such as exposed muscle, although it will not reach the extremities of the aformentioned series. Some Stages will feature objects that players can use. The Batmobile, for example, can fire rockets at players in the Batcave location.

Playable ChractersEdit

Injustice will feature a launch roster of 36 characters from the DC Comics universe

The game contains 36 playable characters, while there will be at least 8 DLC characters. The DLC characters are yet to be revealed however. There are also 4 additional Mission Exclusive characters, bringing the total to 40 playable characters, the other four are only playable in certain missions though.

The following characters are currently playable in the game so far:

Character Comic Debut Allignment Appearance
Aquaman More Fun Comics #73

(November, 1941)

    Hero
Aquaman
Batgirl Batman #139

(April 1961)

    Hero
Batgirl
Batman Detective Comics #27

(May 1939)

    Hero
Batman IKOT
Catwoman Batman #1

(Spring 1940)

  Villain
Catwoman IKOT
Superman DC Comics Presents #26

(October 1980)

    Hero
Superman IKOT
Deathstroke New Teen Titans (vol. 1) #2

(December 1980)

    Villain
FutureDeathstrokeConcept
Flash Showcase #4

(October 1956)

    Hero
Reverse flash new 52 by shamserg-d5ybikl
Green Arrow More Fun Comics #73

(November 1941)

    Hero
Green Arrow
Green Lantern Showcase #22

(October 1959)

    Hero
GL
Harley Quinn The Batman Adventures #12

(September 1993)

  Villain
H.Q
Black Canary Justice League Of America #75

(November 1969)

    Hero
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Joker Batman #1

(Spring 1940)

  Villain
275px-Gaslight Joker
Lex Luthor Action Comics #23

(April 1940)

 Villain
LEX
Red Robin Detective Comics #38

(April 1940)

    Hero
Red robin redesign by nezotholem-d61qk2c
Martain Manhunter Detective Comics #225 (November 1955)

 (June 1938)

    Hero
Martian Manhunter
Shazam Whiz Comics #2

(February 1940)

    Hero
SHAZAM1

Shazam's default costume.

Sinestro Green Lantern #7

(August 1961)

    Villain
Sinestro

Sinestro's default costume

Cyborg DC Comics Presents #26

(October 1980)

    Hero
Cyborg
Wonder Woman All Star Comics #8

(December 1941)

    Hero
Ww-2 zpsdf138537
General Zod Adventure Comics #283

(April 1961)

  Villain
General Zod (Dru-Zod)
  Villain
  Villain
Poison Ivy   Villain
Poison Ivy
Red Hood   Villain
Red Hood fant art Jason Todd
Brainiac Action Comics #252                                           (May 1959)   Villain
90164930-260x260-0-0 DC Direct Superman Brainiac 13 Action Figure
Lobo Omega Men # 3

(June 1983)

  Villain
Lobo Injustice gods Among Us
Black Adam  The Marvel Family #1

(December 1945)

  Villain
Adam
Superirl     Hero
Superirl
Gorrila Grodd Villian


DLC CharactersEdit

There will also be at least 8 DLC as two season passes have already been announced with 4 charactrs in each one a Skin Pack and also a compactibility skin for a character when each DLC is released.Not all of the DLC chracters are curently known.

StagesEdit

Injustice Knights of tommorow will feature 25 stages!

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