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Namely that you can power up Batman to a ridiculous, game breaking level that no other character can match, but immediately forfeits if you say "MARTHA!" into a microphone.
HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT NAME?!from a story telling point of few, it was a legit and perfect method of humanizing superman to batman, but watching was incredibly stupid ahahah.Sure the suits look wicked, but what's the point for Supergirl and Superman? or even Wonder Woman?
Wonder Woman actually plays a LOT differently than Supes in the first game (he flies around punching stuff and shooting heat rays, while she can switch between floating and using her whip, or ground-based close combat with a sword and shield).
I wasn't talking about her fighting style, but them having suits, sure flash and batman are fine, flash has used suits to augment his powers before.well so has superman, actually.nevermind.But supergirl is kinda just female superman, that's how it is when you have exactly the same powers.
> Meaning of your statement> My headDon't I look silly? As for the whole "they have the same powers, so they'll play the same" thing... it's certainly possible, but I don't remember if Zod (who was also in the first game, and has the same powers as Supes) played the same or not. Actually, it's entirely possible I never played as him.
Not a fan of fighting games or that much of superheroes for all that matter and it's not like I have a console to play the game with so I don't have much to say here and haven't even seen the video, but I'm really surprised @Kiyza hasn't posted yet...
It was actually impossible to play the first one without a controller, and that annoyed the shit out of me.
I believe her official stance on Injustice was "it's a kusoge."
The Gear System uses RPG-like mechanics to reward you with loot drops every time you play the game. With each loot drop, you will earn character-specific gear to outfit and power up your roster – changing not only the look of each character, but your fight strategy and your personal approach to every match.”Whenever you play the game there will be a loot drop that gives you the chance to get character-specific gear. You can then customize your fighter and change up how you fight and will be totally unique to you.
Well, that's Kiyza's official stance on almost every fighting game except the ones with this character... Potemkin? Did I get it right? I'm quite sure I've never heard her say anything good of any fighting game other than those.
I was busy playing a good fighting game all day yesterday, so that's why I didn't reply.I watched the announcement trailer and I'm not really sure what to comment on other than the simple fact that I hate this trend of making trailers for video games that have nothing to do with video games. It would be like a movie trailer showing no footage from an actual film. It's really stupid. Fortunately, we at least have press releases to determine what's going to be going on with the game, and lemme tell you, it's not making me hopeful at all, because they're trying to make it like the app game for Injustice because that game made Netherrealm a lot of money through microtransactions.Yeah, basically.Just to give you an idea of what's going on with the game, here's what the official press release had to say:Source here.Oh, and there are going to be microtransactions and such in order to get this gear, because those are all the rage. Pay-to-win is the biggest cancer plaguing video games and it has absolutely no place in a fighter that wants to be taken seriously. I know I don't really think any of Netherrealm's fighters should be taken seriously to begin with, but this is basically making it Dragon Ball Xenoverse with DC characters, minus the player avatar thing.I don't have a problem paying for additional characters or alternate costumes and color pallets, but this is just ridiculous. It's probably going to be more of a penny pincher than the way most fighters release new versions of the game year after year and you have to buy a new copy of the game to play the same version with other people.As much as I like Guilty Gear, it's not like it's the only fighter I play, just the one I'm working with the most because I like its gameplay the best and my main really "clicks" with me. I've at least tried out almost every major fighter released in the past console generation -- and a bunch no one has ever heard of -- and I'll probably end up giving the current and upcoming Xbox One and PS4 exclusive releases a shot before the year ends. I also really like BlazBlue, Darkstalkers (even if it's dead), and Under Night In-Birth, I'll play Smash casually, even if the fact that its fans refuse to play more casual matches for fun and won't even touch other fighters drives me insane. I think Street Fighter, UMvC3, and Skullgirls are fine, but they're not my cup of tea. I'm also looking forward to trying out Killer Instinct soon.I don't actually think there are a lot of bad fighting games out there, just a lot of different strokes for different folks. That said, I think the first Injustice was actually garbage and it bothered me as someone who reads comics even more than someone who likes fighting games. I've got a rant somewhere about what I don't like about the gameplay in Injustice and the two most recent Mortal Kombat games, but it would probably sound like jargon to someone who doesn't play fighters. The best I can say about Injustice is that its story mode is so bad it's good, and the comic prequel is probably the second best bad-good comic I've read, coming in second after the Doom one-shot.I just wish a more competent developer could have ended up with the license to make a DC fighter. The only problem is that Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, and Smash Bros. are the only fighting game series that print money, and Marvel and DC's current unfriendly rivalry means that a DC Vs CAPCOM would have been impossible and I probably don't have have to explain why Nintendo wouldn't do it. I also really hate DC's current obsession with making their adaptations dark and edgy mature and serious, because they think that because it works for Batman, every character has to be like Batman. Oh, and making Superman a villain and portraying him like he's the strongest and hottest thing ever drives me up the wall.
Based on that video, I still barely know how the game plays... Unless those are like game fatalities or something.