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Friday The 13th: The Game - Review in Progress | Gameumentary

Added: 28.05.2017 15:46 | 2 views | 0 comments

Gameumentary: There are two horror franchises that I love more than any other slasher to come out in the 80s: Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday The 13th. Freddy vs. Jason is one of my favorite horror films, and I always pick Jason Voorhees when I play Mortal Kombat X. Naturally, Ive been following Friday The 13th: The Game since it was originally titled Slasher Vol I: Summer Camp, and it was a pleasure to sit down with Wes Keltner last year at E3 to watch alpha footage and talk with him more about the game. (Jason masks signed by Kane Hodder and Harry Manfredini were on full display on the coffee table.) After a long wait, Friday The 13th launched on Steam last night about 30 minutes ahead of schedule, which was before midnight where I live on the west coast.

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Injustice 2 Review- A God Among Fighting Games | CGM

Added: 26.05.2017 9:44 | 2 views | 0 comments

A few years ago the folks over at NetherRealm decided to dabble in a fighting game outside of the typical Mortal Kombat bloodletting. They created Injustice, a DC Universe fighting game that instantly found a place in this particular reviewers heart.

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Injustice 2 (XOne) Review | VGChartz

Added: 24.05.2017 9:44 | 2 views | 0 comments

VGChartz's Patrick Day-Childs: "In short, Injustice 2 is everything a Mortal Kombat game would offer, and everything a fighting game should be, making it a must-have for both DC and fighter fans alike, even if it does feel a little bit too familiar."

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Injustice 2 on PS4 Pro is the best way to play

Added: 22.05.2017 18:02 | 12 views | 0 comments


Injustice 2 is a truly impressive release: featuring some of the best facial animations seen in a fighting game and some insane over-the-top super moves bolstering an ambitious single-player mode, developer NetherRealm Studios the use of Mortal Kombat X's engine - a customised Unreal Engine 3 - has a big role in improving its visuals since the last Injustice title. Disappointingly, there's no PC version of the game available at launch, but analysis of the PlayStation 4 Pro release gives us some idea of how this impressive engine scales up on more capable hardware.
Among the main improvements over the first Injustice are improved effects work, reworked character models, and a push for more destructible physics to background objects. However, despite the substantial improvements, console gameplay is still tightly tuned for 60fps gameplay, though non-controllable intro sequences and super-moves are locked at half-refresh 30fps instead. The switch between these two refreshes is certainly jarring - a point we'd hoped a prospective PC version might address - but outside of very occasional, mostly unnoticeable tearing, the performance metrics are faultless during actual combat. Occasional stutter can kick in during online play, but for the most part, the experience is rock-solid.
So which version offers up the best experience? As ever, visuals differ between PS4, PS4 Pro and Xbox One in order to sustain that crucial 60fps and PS4 Pro inevitably ends up with the greatest benefits. Chief among them is resolution: Xbox One runs at a native 1600x900, PS4 sits at 1920x1080, and finally PS4 Pro pushes out 2560x1440 while outputting to a 4K display. For those on older 1080p displays using PS4 Pro, pixel counts are a mixed bag; half of our test shots reveal super-sampling from a higher resolution in effect, while the other half shows a pixel structure closer to 1080p. In either case, image quality is clearly improved next to a regular PS4 outputting at the same resolution, and we're very happy with the final image.

From: www.eurogamer.net

Injustice 2 Review | More Violent, More Fun | PlayStationing

Added: 22.05.2017 14:44 | 7 views | 0 comments

PlayStationing writes: "NetherRealm Studios set the bar for the best story mode in a fighting game with Mortal Kombat X; they kept this standard when they moved over to Injustice Gods Among Us, their first console soiree into the DC Comics intellectual property. Many were disappointed on the toned down violence, but lauded the story-line. Can Injustice 2 improve upon an existing formula that works without breaking it?"

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Injustice 2 first fighting game to top the UK chart in over two years

Added: 22.05.2017 11:06 | 8 views | 0 comments


Injustice 2 is number one in the UK charts this week. The new release is the first fighting game to top the rankings in over two years, since Mortal Kombat X back in April 2015.
PlayStation VR game Farpoint entered in second place - the highest a PSVR game has achieved, although the peripheral and its launch line-up debuted at a much busier time of year.
Nintendo also got a new title in the top 10 - Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia scored fifth.

From: www.eurogamer.net

Injustice 2 first fighting game to top the UK chart in over two years

Added: 22.05.2017 11:06 | 5 views | 0 comments


Injustice 2 is number one in the UK charts this week. The new release is the first fighting game to top the rankings in over two years, since Mortal Kombat X back in April 2015.
PlayStation VR game Farpoint entered in second place - the highest a PSVR game has achieved, although the peripheral and its launch line-up debuted at a much busier time of year.
Nintendo also got a new title in the top 10 - Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia scored fifth.

From: www.eurogamer.net

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