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As someone who hasn't read many comics since the early 2000s, I have always been under the impression that Aquaman is the worst superhero ever created. However, the comic fans in the office have informed me that New 52 reboot somehow found a way to make him cool (or at least tolerable). Aquaman's image rebuilding campaign continues in this Injustice gameplay footage as he takes on Cyborg, one of the newer members of the Justice League.
NetherRealm also released a video featuring Green Lantern flexing his muscle against the undefeatable zombie frankenstein monster Solomon Grundy.
Injustice: Gods Among Us comes to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U on April 16.
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This would a fun 2v2 coop game when you're drinking with friends.
The GL special that takes place on Oa is spectacular. I hope they leave something to the imagination. It seems like they're spoiling the entire game in these Battle Arena videos.
Wait was Cyborg's Super really just a big laser? That wasn't even 10% as cool as all the other super's I've seen thus far if you ask me. Still can't get over the fact that some characters really look weird knocking others through several buildings/rooms with one hit. I know its a game and a cool part of the game at that, it just looks really off sometimes.
Aquaman finally is looking pretty cool all of a sudden.
Aquaman has come really far in recent years. He's actually one of my favorite characters now!
How is Aquaman fighting outside of water? I'm sure somebody more familiar with the comics can fill me in on this, I always thought...WATER ONLY
It's cool that they've got Aquaman in the game, but I want Jason Todd.
Aqua Man is badass!
Really looking forward to playing as Green Lantern, the game just looks like a bunch of fun. I only wish for GL's super they had something more cinematic when he teleports to Oa... Maybe opening a portal and throwing the foe into it first? It's really cool as is, it just slightly breaks immersion (I know, odd to use when describing spandexed men and women suplexing each other through buildings) for there to be a flash of light and suddenly a different stage.