Injustice 2 is more like injustice 1 and that’s a good thing. The game is packed with single player content and a ton of characters to choose from. From first glance you can tell some work had been done to the graphics. After all this game was made for newer gen consoles.
Characters have super moves that are a spectacle to watch. My favorite two people so far are Cat Woman and The Flash. I’m making it a habit this time of only choosing these two as I strive to play better.
The game has stellar sound which is a plus for anyone who owns a sound system. If I had one complaint it would be about the block button being configured to pressing back on the d-pad. In my opinion Injustice 2 plays much better. I was able to pull off combos very easily.
This game is a must buy for fighting fans. Now Tekken 7 is coming out in a few days, those who can only choose one to purchase have a serious decision on there hands. Tekken 7 is a 3d fighter while injustice 2 is 2d. It all depends on what you like.
This was just my quick thoughts on this game. Have you played Injustice 2?
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I dreaded writing this particular post as E3 is fast approaching. I know that Sony is winning the console war but there is need of improvement. In my last post I wrote about if one should buy a PS4 Pro. This time I want to examine what’s going on with Sony.
Sony has had its hand in many cookie jars. Lets start with the PS Vita. PS Vita was one of the most technologically advanced handhelds of its time. Unfortunately, this could not save it from its demise. Sony stopped supporting it and third party support totally ceased. However, the Vita did have an install base which is still going strong today. This brings me to my point. Could the Vita have been saved? At the time the Vita was in direct competition with Ipad’s and Iphone’s as younger audiences would prefer such a platform.
Now with the success of the Nintendo Switch one could only ask if the Vita would succeed in todays time? I think it would. If Sony would have kept up the support of the system it would have grown into something better. Sure it was missing the triggers that the regular dual shock controller has but a peripheral could have been made to address this issue.
Let’s examine the next cookie jar. The PS4 Pro. Sure, last time I said that if you were into graphics that you should buy one. But to be honest, Sony hasn’t been releasing patches to games. This is a complaint I have been hearing from owners of the PS4 PRO. They feel as Sony has abandoned them like they did the Vita. One could only hope that this could be addressed at E3.
The next thing is PS VR. There aren’t that many games for it. Has Sony abandoned it as well? I think not but there is need for attention and more games. This makes me ask Sony what are you doing?
What’s your thoughts on the things I mentioned? Do you feel that Sony is doing a good job? Do you agree or disagree with what I said?
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PS4 is one of the most popular systems out now. You can say that Sony has won the console race. All these things are good, but should you invest in a PS4 pro ? This is a tricky question.
For one, the PS4 pro is more powerful than the original PS4. This doesn’t necessarily mean that the power will be used. There are games that have received a patch which makes them run at higher resolutions or higher frame rates. The problem is there aren’t many that take advantage of this.
Now we have the introduction of the Xbox Scorpio which will be an upgrade of the Xbox one. The Scorpio is suppose to output in true 4k. Which is something that the PS pro does not do. Perhaps the Scorpio will make Sony release more patches for games.
In my opinion a standard PS4 will do you fine unless your into graphics then I would say get the PS4 Pro.
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