History YMMV / InjusticeGodsAmongUs

9th Nov '17 9:21:50 AM Beatman1
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* PortingDisaster: A rare [[InvertedTrope inversion]] with an arcade version released by ''Raw Thrills'' exclusively for the restaurant chain Dave & Busters. The game is based on the mobile version of ''Injustice'' rather than the console versions and is controlled via four buttons, two to attack, one to block, and one for the special move, while directional control is automatic, always keeping the two fighters in striking range. As a result, the simplification eliminates nearly all the nuance from the control system. To add insult to injury, you must [[{{Microtransactions}} buy a trading card (dispensed by the machine) to select a character]]. So for example, if you wanted to play as Batman, but kept getting Green Arrow and Band cards, tough. You would need to continue spending until the machine decided to give you a Batman card to scan. Only then would you be allowed to use Batman. To top it all off, the game was released in October of 2017, well after ''VideoGame/Injustice2'' had seen widespread release in both console and mobile forms.

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* PortingDisaster: A rare [[InvertedTrope inversion]] with an arcade version released by ''Raw Thrills'' exclusively for the restaurant chain Dave & Busters. The game is based on the mobile version of ''Injustice'' rather than the console versions and is controlled via four buttons, two to attack, one to block, and one for the special move, while directional control is automatic, always keeping the two fighters in striking range. As a result, the simplification eliminates nearly all the nuance from the control system. To add insult to injury, you must [[{{Microtransactions}} buy a trading card (dispensed by the machine) to select a character]]. So for example, if you wanted to play as Batman, but kept getting Green Arrow and Band Bane cards, tough. You would need to continue spending until the machine decided to give you a Batman card to scan. Only then would you be allowed to use Batman. To top it all off, the game was released in October of 2017, well after ''VideoGame/Injustice2'' had seen widespread release in both console and mobile forms.
9th Nov '17 9:19:42 AM Beatman1
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* PortingDisaster: A rare [[InvertedTrope inversion]] with an arcade version released by ''Raw Thrills'' exclusively for the restaurant chain Dave & Busters. The game is based on the mobile version of ''Injustice'' rather than the console versions and is controlled via four buttons, two to attack, one to block, and one for the special move, while directional control is automatic, always keeping the two fighters in striking range. As a result, the simplification eliminates nearly all the nuance from the control system. To add insult to injury, you must [[{{Microtransactions}} buy a trading card (dispensed by the machine) to select a character]]. To top it all off, the game was released in October of 2017, well after ''VideoGame/Injustice2'' had seen widespread release in both console and mobile forms.

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* PortingDisaster: A rare [[InvertedTrope inversion]] with an arcade version released by ''Raw Thrills'' exclusively for the restaurant chain Dave & Busters. The game is based on the mobile version of ''Injustice'' rather than the console versions and is controlled via four buttons, two to attack, one to block, and one for the special move, while directional control is automatic, always keeping the two fighters in striking range. As a result, the simplification eliminates nearly all the nuance from the control system. To add insult to injury, you must [[{{Microtransactions}} buy a trading card (dispensed by the machine) to select a character]]. So for example, if you wanted to play as Batman, but kept getting Green Arrow and Band cards, tough. You would need to continue spending until the machine decided to give you a Batman card to scan. Only then would you be allowed to use Batman. To top it all off, the game was released in October of 2017, well after ''VideoGame/Injustice2'' had seen widespread release in both console and mobile forms.
6th Nov '17 8:07:39 AM Beatman1
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* PortingDisaster: A rare [[InvertedTrope inversion]] with an arcade version released by ''Raw Thrills'' exclusively for the restaurant chain Dave & Busters. The game is based on the mobile version of ''Injustice'' rather than the console versions and is controlled via four buttons, two to attack, one to block, and one for the special move, eliminating nearly all the nuance from the control system. To add insult to injury, you must [[{{Microtransactions}} buy a trading card (dispensed by the machine) to select a character]]. To top it all off, the game was released in October of 2017, well after ''VideoGame/Injustice2'' had seen widespread release in both console and mobile forms.

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* PortingDisaster: A rare [[InvertedTrope inversion]] with an arcade version released by ''Raw Thrills'' exclusively for the restaurant chain Dave & Busters. The game is based on the mobile version of ''Injustice'' rather than the console versions and is controlled via four buttons, two to attack, one to block, and one for the special move, eliminating while directional control is automatic, always keeping the two fighters in striking range. As a result, the simplification eliminates nearly all the nuance from the control system. To add insult to injury, you must [[{{Microtransactions}} buy a trading card (dispensed by the machine) to select a character]]. To top it all off, the game was released in October of 2017, well after ''VideoGame/Injustice2'' had seen widespread release in both console and mobile forms.forms.
** The mobile versions, despite being [[AllegedlyFreeGame freemium games]] are generally seen as an inversion, although obviously inferior to their console counterparts. ''Injustice 2'' even has a story mode on mobile.
6th Nov '17 7:11:07 AM 793ws
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* DracoInLeatherPants: Many people tend to sympathize with Regime!Superman a bit too much. They ignore the fact that, TragicVillain or not, he unleashed his troops upon a city for [[DisproportionateRetribution calling]] [[CantTakeCriticism him out for his actions]], killed [[WouldHurtAChild Shazam]] for attempting to reason with him and killed one of his friends right in front of his parents despite his his Mom attempting to stop him from doing so.
5th Nov '17 10:05:16 AM Beatman1
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* PortingDisaster: A rare [[InvertedTrope inversion]] with an arcade version released by ''Raw Thrills'' exclusively for the restaurant chain Dave & Busters. The game is based on the mobile version of ''Injustice'' rather than the console versions and is controlled via four buttons, two to attack, one to block, and one for the special move, eliminating nearly all the nuance from the control system. To add insult to injury, you must [[{{Microtransactions}} buy a trading card (dispensed by the machine) to select a character]]. To top it all off, the game was released in October of 2017, well after ''VideoGame/Injustice2'' had seen widespread release in both console and mobile forms.
23rd Oct '17 6:25:14 PM Kaltrope
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** Damian's role in the story has set off quite a few fans, especially since the game was released after his HeroicSacrifice in the comics around the same time. There's also [[spoiler:the death itself]]: there are those who are glad that it's not [[spoiler:Damian brutally killing Dick]], considering some of [[spoiler:the other deaths]] that have been seen in the game and comics; and those who think [[spoiler:the death]] was incredibly anti-climatic.

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** Damian's role in the story has set off quite a few fans, especially since the game was released after his HeroicSacrifice in the comics around the same time. There's also [[spoiler:the death itself]]: there are those who are glad that it's not [[spoiler:Damian brutally killing Dick]], considering some of [[spoiler:the other deaths]] that have been seen in the game and comics; and those who think [[spoiler:the death]] was incredibly anti-climatic. Not to mention that [[spoiler: throwing a heavy pole full force like a javelin at the base of someone's skull and being surprised at the result]] is not so much an accident as it is colossally stupid.
13th Oct '17 6:20:01 PM ztyran
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*** This is HarsherInHindsight as the sequel series reveals that Krypton was destroyed by Brainiac meaning the Guardians and the corps should have assisted.
20th Sep '17 12:54:55 PM SeptimusHeap
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** According to [[AssistMe Maximillian Christiansen]], a metric crapton of players have been using Deathstroke chiefly for his keep-away game.

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** According to [[AssistMe [[WebVideo/AssistMe Maximillian Christiansen]], a metric crapton of players have been using Deathstroke chiefly for his keep-away game.
11th Sep '17 9:41:54 AM santos32
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** When he was first released, Scorpion had high-damaging, easy to perform combos which overall made him the most broken character at the time. Nerfs have since been applied, knocking his tier placing down considerably.
6th Sep '17 7:35:23 AM CosmicFerret
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** In an early scene of the story mode shortly after Billy Batson shoots down ComicBook/BlackAdam with a lightning bolt, ComicBook/GreenArrow and TheFlash engage in a brief exchange which is humorous in light of the controversial reception to the DCEU films and overall better reception (by comparison) of the Arrowverse TV shows:

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** In an early scene of the story mode shortly after Billy Batson shoots down ComicBook/BlackAdam with a lightning bolt, ComicBook/GreenArrow and TheFlash ComicBook/TheFlash engage in a brief exchange which is humorous in light of the controversial reception to the DCEU films and overall better reception (by comparison) of the Arrowverse TV shows:



** It's understandable that Superman and Batman might have their UnderwearOfPower removed, but TheFlash ''[[http://image.gamespotcdn.net/gamespot/images/2012/150/reviews/672473_20120528_screen001.jpg gaining]]'' UnderwearOfPower is just baffling.

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** It's understandable that Superman and Batman might have their UnderwearOfPower removed, but TheFlash ComicBook/TheFlash ''[[http://image.gamespotcdn.net/gamespot/images/2012/150/reviews/672473_20120528_screen001.jpg gaining]]'' UnderwearOfPower is just baffling.
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