Injustice: Gods Among Us Adds Suicide Squad Content: Video of the Day

Injustice: Gods Among Us Adds Suicide Squad Content: Video of the Day

Aug 4, 2016

Warner Bros’ DC Superhero-laden Injustice: Gods Among Us is adding in some new content — notably, Suicide Squad peeps — just in time for the major motion picture based on the antihero group.

The new goodies (including characters, in-game events, etc.) are coming to the game via an update which is rolling out currently.

The latest update is the largest to hit the game in over a year, bringing fresh content for both new and returning players. A variety of Suicide Squad-themed playable content are featured in the new update including a new character and skins, special in-game events, rewards and more.

Players can now assemble an all-star team of Super-Villains with the first playable debut of the assassin Deadshot and Suicide Squad skins of fan-favorites The Joker and Harley Quinn. Challenge, Multiplayer and Survivor mode have also been updated with exclusive Suicide Squad rewards including new companion cards.

The game remains free (with in-app purchasing opportunities) on Google Play.

Checkout the updates art and video below:


Darkseid Joins the Roster of Injustice: Gods Among Us

Darkseid Joins the Roster of Injustice: Gods Among Us

Mar 7, 2014

A new fighter has just been added to Injustice: Gods Among Us on Android, and it’s one that’s not available anywhere else. Darkseid, one of Superman’s key nemeses, can now be obtained in NetherRealm’s hit free-to-play mobile fighting game. To celebrate his addition, a special challenge event that can earn a Gold Character Card upon its completion is available through March 24th. The update with Darkseid is available now.

Kneel Before Zod and Get 30,000 Power Credits in Injustice: Gods Among Us to Commemorate One Billion Play Sessions

Kneel Before Zod and Get 30,000 Power Credits in Injustice: Gods Among Us to Commemorate One Billion Play Sessions

Jan 31, 2014

Injustice: Gods Among Us has officially hit one billion served, as the game has crossed that number of play sessions since its launch last April on iOS. Now, in order to commemorate the milestone and to get players back into the game, those who play the mobile version of the DC fighting game from the creators of Mortal Kombat will get 30,000 free power credits. Download the game from Google Play here.


Injustice: Gods Among Us Review

Injustice: Gods Among Us Review

Dec 4, 2013

While mobile users are always calling for console and PC games to make their way onto their phones or tablets, one must be careful what they wish for. Not every type of game can make the seamless transition from a console or computer onto the touch screen of your Android device. Fighting games especially don’t have the best transition to mobile, with Injustice: Gods Among Us being no exception to this.

It’s not to say that Injustice is a bad game on mobile. But if you are looking for the mobile version to be anything like what the console experience gives players, you will be sorely disappointed. The game devolves into nothing more than a button mashing experience, with very little variety in the attacks and moves your meta-humans can perform. The only variance is the super attacks, which can only be performed when the power meter is filled.


Likewise, the mobile version of Injustice also lacks the story line that’s contained within the console version of this game. This leaves Injustice just feeling like another fighting game. Additionally, all battles are 3-on-3, not the 1 versus 1 fights that you’d see from the regular version. This leaves some very interesting pairings of characters, mixing villains and heroes alike in an interesting usage of the CCG model within a fighting game. But with a lack of plot, it doesn’t matter all that much.

Fans of both DC Comics and the console iteration of Injustice will also notice some key characters missing from the mobile versions. Among them, Aquaman, Hawkgirl, Killer Frost, and a couple of others. You will notice however, that the mobile version has included powerups for purchase for the various characters, including for some, companions who boost that particular character’s stats. For example, Poison Ivy is a stat boost for Harley Quinn, though the botanical super villainess herself does not appear as a playable character.


Yet another complaint many users may have is that this rendition of the popular DC Comics fighting game is a free to play title. While no one will be hindered in the game by not spending any real world money, it will take some time and dedication to earn enough in game currency to unlock more popular characters, such as Superman or Batman. Playing the game and defeating enough tiers will also unlock characters, using them to reward the player, rather than forcing them to purchase every hero they’d want to use.

Despite its shortcomings, the Android version of Injustice: Gods Among Us serves as a great companion game to the console version, and should not be considered a direct port. While the iteration playable on phones and tablets falls short in many of the features that console game gives players, it nonetheless both enhances the console game, by linking your WB account with your mobile device and gaming console, as well as giving players bonuses within the mobile version for having played Injustice on the Xbox 360 or PS3. As far as playing the game on its own though, players will eventually grow tired of the repetition, probably not sticking with the mobile version unless they’re dedicated to rising up the ranks on their console.

Injustice: Gods Among Us Bursts Its Way onto Android

Injustice: Gods Among Us Bursts Its Way onto Android

Nov 25, 2013

One of the biggest console titles to come out this year, Injustice: Gods Among Us, has finally hit the Google Play store after enjoying a ton of success as a free to play title on the iOS App Store.

Much like its Apple equivalent, the Android version of Injustice features a collectable card mechanic as well as tap screen game controls to get your favorite DC heroes and villains to fight one another.

Injustice: Gods Among Us, brought to you by the creators of Mortal Kombat, is now available as a free to play title on most Android devices. Android users, if you ever wanted to see who’d win between Harley Quinn and Wonder Woman, here is your chance.