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In an alternative universe where Superman establishes a new world order under his iron fist, Batman and other heroes must fight back against Superman and those that have pledged their allegiance to his dictatorship.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Amell ... Arrow (voice)
Troy Baker ... Sinestro / Nightwing (Dick Grayson) / Atlantean Soldier (voice)
Adam Baldwin ... Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) / Lex Luthor's Exo-Suit (voice)
Kimberly Brooks ... Batgirl (voice)
Amy J. Carle ... Announcer (voice) (as Amy Carle)
Kevin Conroy ... Batman (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Catwoman / Green Lantern's Ring (voice)
Debra Doetzer Debra Doetzer ... Endings Narrator (voice)
Susan Eisenberg ... Wonder Woman / Radio Host 1 (voice)
Richard Epcar ... The Joker / Radio Host 2 (voice)
Jennifer Hale ... Hawkgirl / Killer Frost (voice)
J.G. Hertzler ... Deathstroke / Ares (voice)
Phil LaMarr ... Aquaman / Arkham Guard / Green Lantern (John Stewart) (voice)
Neal McDonough ... The Flash / Nightwing (Damian Wayne) / Regime Soldier #2 (voice)
Joey Naber ... Shazam / Black Adam / Reporter (voice)
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In an alternate world Superman has not only mistakenly killed his wife Lois Lane and their unborn son, but destroyed Metropolis with a nuclear bomb. When it was discovered by Superman that Batman's enemy: The Joker was the mastermind behind Superman's mistake by drugging him. In retribution Superman kills The Joker. In the real world The Justice League fights the Injustice League in metropolis and the Justice League Watchtower. As The Joker and his girlfriend Harley Quinn set a nuclear bomb in Metropolis, most of the Justice League members and The Joker were teleported to the alternate world where Superman is the oppressive ruler of the Planet Earth and where that world's Batman is a rebel trying to topple the empire. The real world's Justice League must team up with the alternate world's Batman and end the alternate Superman's empire. Written by John Wiggins

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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

16 April 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Injustice: Gods Among Us See more »

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The favourable opinion of a non-fan
5 November 2017 | by Carnehan-DravotSee all my reviews

I've never been a big D.C. (or Marvel for that matter) fan, and I've played fewer fighting games than almost any other genre. In other words, I'm not the target audience for this game. Yet I really enjoyed every moment of 'Injustice: Gods Among Us'. I don't know what die- hard fighting fans will make of it; maybe it's too accessible for some of them, but as a relatively casual player I can't think of much to criticise. I *do* wish that Batman's playstyle was a little smoother -- playing him seems a little trickier than the rest of the characters. The story is surprisingly good - the fighting fits within the narrative rather than the other way around, and this is probably why it was such a success. The sequence of events feels natural, and not just an excuse to line up the next opponent. Many of the story fights actually add to the plot in some sense, and so the player is always left with an impression of progress which runs much deeper than just beating the current level. I bought this game in the sales but would in retrospect happily pay full price -- the amount of content is *very* impressive. There are enough unique challenges to not only acquaint you with all the characters, moves and settings, but to also fill dozens if not hundreds of hours. (The fact that I haven't logged many more hours on this is largely due to the fact that I'm not very good with fighting games and just *know* that I won't get very far with the additional content.) This game, in brief, is definitely worth your money and time


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