This fighting game includes over 20 customizable characters and features intense fighting mechanics thanks to the Unreal 3 game engine
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Customizing character impacts how they look and fight
Wager battles reward the winner with a portion of the opponent’s metered power
Local and online play
Variety of stages
Great fighting mechanics
Set in the DC universe
Covers most of DC Comics’ characters
“Eight months after release, Injustice is an accessible but mature fighting game with oodles of content and lots of character.” - Eurogamer Germany
“All the DLC of the original—including costumes and more STAR Labs missions—plus a little next-gen shine makes a great fighting game even better.” - EGM
Engine: Unreal Engine 3
Developer: NetherRealm Studios and WB Games
Genre: action, fighting
Game modes: single player, multi
Release date: April 16, 2013
Compatibility: PS3, PS4, PSV, Xbox 360
ESRB rating: T (teen)
About DC Comics
In May 1939, comic book fans would greet a figure whose intense popularity has remained virtually unchanged to this day—Batman. Bearing a fluttering cape, an intimidating mask, and loads of techie gizmos, Batman soared over Gotham City in the pages of Detective Comics to defeat baddies left and right and become a major success. Along with other smash hits like Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Wonder Woman, and many, many more, DC Comics’ iconic characters have delighted fans in comic books and movies ever since. The superheroes entreat youngsters to root for hard-fought successes against evil forces and to delight in the complex, well-drawn mythologies and origin stories that made the heroes so beguiling to their first audiences, decades ago.
Usually go to Melbourne's location. Cocoa's location -will never go back. Service was friendly but slow and unattentive. We had a table for 5 jammed between two tables and could barely get in and out. Wings appetizer was overcooked and dry. Cheeseburger for 11 year old was so dry, he only ate a few bites. Never got our salads and when told to the person who delivered our meals, he said, "Well that's up to the waitress." Waitress came about 10 minutes later to see if we needed anything and when told about the salads, wanted to bring them then (we were nearly done our meal). We asked that they take the salads off our meal (because you have to pay EXTRA to get a salad with your meal) and they did. Waited 5-10 minutes for each beer ordered. Very dissatisfied and will not go back. I'll stick with the Melbourne location.
Full disclosure: They have only been at this location for about 5 months, but you would think they would have their act together by now.