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With Great Power Comes Great Combos In This Injustice Launch Trailer

Posted on Friday, April 12 @ 14:25:01 PST by

In addition to setting up the story mode for Injustice: Gods Among Us, this launch trailer reminds us that there's an iOS game that connects with the console game. Looking to amass more coins? Playing each version of Netherrealm's super-powered fighter will unlock more stuff, faster.

I've been grinding out some coins in Injustice: Gods Among Us on my iPhone, but nothing in that game will prepare you for the brawler set for release on Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii U next Tuesday. You can tap out a light combo or swipe a few heavy attacks, but the experience won't hack it against the big-boy console version. The graphics move smoothly and look pretty sharp on the retina display, but c'mon... just give us the full game already!

While you wait patiently for our review (which will probably NOT be ready for Tuesday's release), you can check out how to level fighters in the iOS version fast, or check out the TV commercial featuring argumentative nerds Jay and Silent Bob!

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