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‘Tekken 7’: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Man, what an excruciating wait it has been for the console release date announcement of Tekken 7.

Fans have had to get their fill of the game by playing it at arcades/fighting game competitions and watching every piece of available footage that’s out there. Once June 2 finally arrives, they’ll no longer have to step outside to get in on the action. Tekken 7 and all of its Fated Retribution updates will be ported over to home consoles – PS4, Xbox One and PC. This massive sequel will bring back series regulars, introduce new fighters with familiar movesets, include a surprising guest character and feature a full-fledged story mode to boot.

There’s so much information surrounding the 7th King of the Iron Fist Tournament. We’re here to make sure you know all about it.

1. This Entry’s Story Mode Focuses on the Conclusion of the Mishima Clan Saga

The Mishima Clan have been at each other’s throats ever since Heihachi threw his son Kazuya into a ditch. Both father and son have settled their differences during past iterations of the King of the Iron Fist Tournament. Kazuya’s son, Jin Kazama, eventually took the reigns of Heihachi’s Mishima Zaibatsu organization. Jin and Kazuya (who leads his own group, the G Corporation) have gone to war ever since. When Jin suddenly disappears, Heihachi steps into his leadership position and continues his ongoing beef with Kazuya.

Tekken 7 marks the end of the epic Mishima family saga. Heihachi’s wife and Kazuya’s mother Kazumi will also play a big part in how their final battle unfolds. Gamers will get to not only watch this dark plot unfold, they’ll also get to actively participate in it. Tekken 7’s Story Mode seamlessly integrates its high-octane cinematic sequences right into the playable fights. For instance, you’ll jump right into Akuma and Heihachi’s fated battle after watching them first encounter each other. You’ll have the option of choosing who you want to play as as you play out the events of the Story Mode’s most climatic skirmishes.

2. The Game’s Roster Includes Fan Favorites, All New Fighters and a Special Guest Character

Tekken 7’s roster is huge. Along with a host of returning characters, several fresh fighters will make their debut. A few of them even fill the role of fighters from past Tekken entries, such as Gigas who lifts some of his moves from MMA fighter Craig Marduk. Plus the formerly male Raven gets replaced by a feminine version who gets upgraded to the title of “Master.” Several of the game’s familiar roster members arrive with new moves and costumes that keep them fresh for this 7th series installment.

Refer to both lists posted below to see who you’ll be able to play as in Tekken 7:

– Akuma (Street Fighter)
– Katarina Alves
– Claudio Serafino
– Lucky Chloe
– Shaheen
– Josie Rizal
– Gigas
– Jack-7
– Master Raven
– Kazumi Mishima/Devil Kazumi

– Alisa Bosconovitch
– Asuka Kazama
– Bob
– Bryan Fury
– Devil Jin
– Eddy Gordo
– Eliza
– Feng Wei
– Heihachi Mishima
– Hwoarang
– Jin Kazama
– Kazuya Mishima/Devil Kazuya
– King
– Kuma
– Lars Alexandersson
– Lee Chaolan/Violet
– Leo
– Lili
– Ling Xiaoyu
– Marshall Law
– Miguel Caballero Rojo
– Nina Williams
– Panda
– Paul Phoenix
– Sergei Dragunov
– Steve Fox
– Yoshimitsu

3. Tekken 7’s Newest Battle Mechanics are the Rage Mode, Rage Drive and Rage Arts

Rage is a common theme that’s present in Tekken 7. It perfectly describes the game’s plot and plays a part in the game’s newest mechanics. For instance, a character who’s near death taps into the power of an ability called “Rage Mode.” Once activated, that character will be covered in an intense red hue. You can then choose to pull off a “Rage Drive” attack, a single maneuver or combination of attacks that deals more damage and provides your fighter with a blue aura and invincibility.

Or you can instead pour all your rage into a powerful “Rage Art,” a super combo of sorts that’s different for every fighter. When both fighters look like they’re about to land their final blow, the game’s camera slows down and zooms in in order to accentuate the action unfolding onscreen. This new feature has already created hype moments for those watching it during live tournament streams.

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4. The Game’s Season Pass Includes a New Mode, New Costumes and Two Guest Characters

Tekken 7 Season Pass

The post-DLC plans that have been announced for the game sound very intriguing. Choosing to get the Season Pass means you’ll have access to each DLC pack as soon as it’s released. The 1st DLC package will arrive this Summer and bring with it an all new mode and over 50 new costumes for the roster. Then when the Winter arrives, an exclusive guest character will be added to the already massive roster. And finally, another guest combatant will appear around Spring 2018. The Season Pass’ bonus DLC features 35 extra metallic costume renditions for each character as well.

5. Tekken 7 Comes in a Standard, Digital Deluxe and Collector’s Edition

Tekken 7 Collector's Edition

You can enter the 7th King of the Iron Fist Tournament by copping either the Standard, Digital Deluxe or extra special Collector’s Edition. Every piece of info about all three editions, the pre-order DLC character and what’s exclusive to each console version can be seen in the excerpt posted below:

– The Tekken 7 Collector’s Edition (available for PlayStation 4 & Xbox One); collectors and hardcore Tekken fans will be pleased to learn that there will be a Tekken 7 Collector’s Edition containing a spectacular statue measuring approximately 12″ tall by 18″ wide that features a dynamic pose with Kazuya fly kicking Heihachi in mid-air, a special Steel Book, and the official Tekken 7 soundtrack.

Tekken 7 Pre-order Bonus (available today for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam) will feature DLC access to Eliza, the famed vampire character that made her Tekken debut in Tekken Revolution. Xbox One players will be treated to an added bonus of receiving a free copy of Tekken 6 that takes advantage of the backwards compatible capabilities of the Xbox One platform.

– A special Digital Xbox One Pre-order Pack (available on the Xbox Store beginning on January 31, 2017) will include DLC access to Eliza and a free copy of Tekken 6 that takes advantage of the backwards compatible capabilities of the Xbox One platform.

– The Tekken 7 Digital Deluxe Edition (available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam) will include Tekken 7 and the Season Pass.

– Lastly, the PlayStation 4 version of Tekken 7 will contain exclusive content: legacy costumes from Tekken 4 and Tekken 2 for King, Xiaoyu and Jin as well as a Jukebox Mode where fans can listen to classic Tekken music tracks and even create playlists of Tekken music to listen to while they play.

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WATCH: Cheetah Reveal Trailer for ‘Injustice 2’

Update: check out some new extensive gameplay footage of Robin and Dr. Fate right here!

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Injustice 2 is filled with a great lineup of DC’s best female heroes and super villains. Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Black Canary, Catwoman and a bunch of unannounced ladies will clash with their gentlemanly counterparts in the game soon. Diana Prince will have her hands full with her animalistic arch-nemesis Cheetah, who’s finally gotten her very own showcase trailer. Cheetah is all types of vicious and her moveset is all about utilizing superhuman speed and strength. Watch her deal tons of damage with her super fast combos, check out the newest Injustice 2 stage and decide if she’s going to be your main. Now if we could just get that Red Hood reveal trailer we’ve all been fantasizing about…

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Why You Should Buy a PS4 in 2017

Sony has been a juggernaut in the gaming industry since its launch of the original Playstation way back in 1994. More than 20 years later, the PS4 is out and Sony is still at the top of their game. The Playstation 4 is self proclaimed as “the best place to play” and it many ways it could be argued that is true with its list of exclusive titles, online support and stronger hardware than the rest of the competition. This year is Playstation’s best year yet and here’s why you should pick up Sony’s console in 2017.

The biggest selling point for the PS4 is its long list of console exclusives. You won’t get to play titles like NieR: Automata, Nioh, Bloodborne, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Uncharted 4, Until Dawn and upcoming titles like the new Spiderman game on other consoles. All of this is on top of all the multi-platform games it shares with Xbox One and PC like Battlefield, Call of Duty and Madden. Playstation 4 is the only home to the MLB The Show series now so that can be a selling point for sports fans out there.

The PS4 has a revised version called the PS4 Pro which features better graphics and the potential for games to render in a 4K display. Games have been taking advantage of this new hardware such as Nioh, which features an option to play with a 4K resolution or a 60 frames per second framerate. The new boost mode introduced with the console will give older games that haven’t received a patch for the new hardware a boost in performance as well.


Playstation has a system similar to Xbox’s Games with Gold with PS Plus. These games are “free” provider you are a Playstation Plus subscriber. These games are available to you as long as you remain a member. More games come out every month and some good games have been part of the program in past such as NBA 2K16 and Resident Evil.

PS4 is the only console that has taken advantage of virtual reality so far by creating its own VR headset called PSVR. Some AAA developers have taken advantage of the headset like Resident Evil 7, which features the ability to play through the whole game using the headset. The headset works on both the PS4 and PS4 Pro but performs much better on the Pro.

The PS4 is very affordable right now with prices starting at $300 for the slim model and $400 for the Pro model. If you look around enough, you’ll find some bundles with your favorite games and even some limited edition versions such as this one featuring the original Playstation design.

The PS4 has been out long enough that if you’re in the market for a new console, you’ve likely already made the decision to buy one or not. If you haven’t made up your mind, there’s a lot to like about the PS4. It has a big list of console exclusives and gets a lot of JRPGs like the Tales series, Persona and Star Ocean that aren’t available on other consoles. If these games interest you, the PS4 is definitely the console for you. If none of the PS4 exclusives or Xbox One exclusives excite you, it’s worth getting the PS4 for the sole reason that it runs the games better. Many games on Xbox One run in 900p due to hardware limitations while the PS4 will usually reach 1080p. The PS4 will make for an excellent primary console, even if you opt to not grab the Pro.


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‘Yooka-Laylee’: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

There was once a time when anthropomorphic mascots ruled the world of platform gaming.

Rare developed several classics within the genre back on the SNES and N64. Gamers old enough to remember those glory days harken back to games such as Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong 64. Fast forward to 2017 and a time where games such as those two titles are no longer prevalent. Developer Playtonic is looking to change that with the release of Yooka-Laylee, a spiritual successor to Rare’s past works. Fans young and old who want to take part in Yooka-Laylee’s colorful world will see what made those old N64 open-world platformers such a joy.

We’re here to detail every part of Playtonic’s much anticipated project and return to Rare’s mastery of platforming games.

1. Yooka-Laylee is a Massive Kickstarter Success Story

September 8, 2012 – former employees who once worked for Rare made their intentions clear to the gaming world. They set out to develop a spiritual successor to one of Rare’s most standout N64 releases, Banjo-Kazooie. After that announcement was made, an official Twitter handle for the former Rare devs was created (that Twitter handle was “Mingy Jongo,” which was named after a boss from Banjo-Tooie). But suddenly, the Twitter account went quiet and word got around that the team’s dream project was put on an indefinite hiatus.

But later on, that Twitter account returned and was changed to the actual name of the game’s development team – Playtonic Games. Playtonic went on to announce that their project (formerly codenamed “Project Ukulele”) was to be officially named Yooka-Laylee. In order to bring this game to fans of Rare’s past N64 open-world platformers, Playtonic put Yooka-Laylee up on Kickstarter for the sole purpose of asking fans to financially support its development. May 1, 2015 – Yooka-Laylee’s funding page officially opens. The game ended up breaking records after becoming the most funded UK game Kickstarter ever. Yooka-Laylee ended up raising £2.1 million from more than 80,000 backers in a short amount of time.

2. The Game’s Development Team Has Their Roots Tied to Rare’s N64 Gems

As we mentioned before, Playtonic Games is made up of former talent that were once a part of Rare. A majority of the developer’s team members have done extensive work with games such as the Donkey Kong Country and Banjo-Kazooie series, plus titles such as Grabbed by the Ghoulies, Kameo: Elements of Power and Perfect Dark Zero. A few of Playtonic’s most important team members includes Project Director & Software Engineer Chris Sutherland, Managing Director & Creative Lead Gavin Price and Character Art Director Steve Mayles. You can check out Playtonic Games’ development team lineup and their associated positions at the following link.

3. Yooka-Laylee’s Gameplay is Inspired by Classics Such as Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong 64

Yooka-Laylee shares a lot of its mechanics with Banjo-Kazooie. For instance, the game’s main characters are a duo of anthropomorphic heroes. Yooka’s a male chameleon who can venture around the game’s massive worlds by running, rolling up hills, tail-whipping enemies, eating butterflies to survive etc. His companion is a snarky bat named Laylee, who also lends a hand by helping Yooka soar through the sky and perform other tasks. The “collectathon” elements of Rare’s past N64 titles is present here as players set out to collect various items. The most important of those collectibles are the “Pagies,” golden book pages that serve as a form of currency. They help unlock new worlds for players to explore and also expand previously explored areas.

Along with getting introduced the game’s main heroes, you’ll also come into contact with a bevy of outlandish personalities. Each of these friends and enemies enter conversations with Yooka and Laylee by speaking in their own form of character gibberish. Trowzer, a merchant who sells new abilities to the main heroes, is actually a talking snake who’s comically outfitted in ill-fitting pants. The many individuals you’ll come across tend to introduce new missions for you to complete, which is something that harkens back to the gameplay present in Rare’s N64 platformers. You can check out the video above and see just a few of the faces you’ll become familiar with in Yooka-Laylee.

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4. There’s Co-Op and Competitive Multiplayer Elements at Play

Another old-school feature that Yooka-Laylee adopts is an emphasis on local multiplayer. The 2-player co-op mode allows the 1st player to wield the abilities of both Yooka and Laylee, while the 2nd player takes command of a character who offers them additional assistance. On the other end of the multiplayer spectrum lies a competitive mode. Up to four players can compete against each other across eight unique minigames. Each of those games can be accessed from a special area called “Rextro’s Arcade.” The video shown above details each of the competitive multiplayer games you can take part in.

5. Pre-Ordering Yooka-Laylee Gets You Access to the Toybox Experience

Pre-ordering Yooka-Laylee means you’ll be gifted with one of the best downloadable bonuses we’ve ever come across – an extensive demo that showcases the game’s massive potential. The game’s Toybox Experience is a sandbox area designed to give players a sample of what will be included in the final release. Certain platforming props, collectibles and hard-to-find secrets exist within the Toybox and gives players a leg up on learning the game’s mechanics before release. Yooka-Layley will launch on a myriad of consoles (PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC) on April 11.

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WATCH: Shattered Alliances Part 3 Story Trailer for ‘Injustice 2’

As we get closer and closer to the launch of Injustice 2, the game’s story becomes way more clearer. The newest trailer to get revealed to us all is the 3rd part in the “Shattered Alliances” plot preview video series. This latest piece of in-game footage shows off two main story moments – Supergirl’s early origins and how she came to Earth, plus the return of the 1st game’s villain known as Black Adam. What’s even better about this new story trailer is the sneak peek we get of Black Adam’s finishing move, which he chooses to pull off on a fully grown Supergirl. Make sure you watch it in all its pyramid destroying glory. Enjoy the new Injustice 2 trailer, folks. We’re almost there, as in we’re inching ever so closer to the game’s release.

WATCH: Cheetah Reveal Trailer for ‘Injustice 2’

Update: check out live stream footage of Robin and Dr. Fate in action right here! Cheetah finally gets showcased in her own reveal trailer for Injustice 2. Come check her out in all her animalistic glory.

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‘Snake Pass’: The Colorful 3D Platformer You Should Know About

Snake Pass looks like a clear callback to the days of colorful 3D platformers like Banjo Kazooie,Super Mario 64 and Donkey Kong 64. The genre is trying to experience a renaissance of sorts with Yooka Laylee doing so well with its kickstarter campaign and now Snake Pass seeing the light of day.

Snake Pass takes place in the world of Haven Tor and is described as a physics based, puzzle platform adventure game. The player controls a Snake named Noodle who is investigating disturbances in Haven Tor with his companion Doodle the hummingbird.

The snake is actually controlled with two buttons. The left stick on your controller with move the snake’s head but the right trigger will move its body. Since snakes slither around and don’t move in straight lines, the player is encouraged to do the same to move quickly. Developer Sumo Digital, the team behind titles like LittleBigPlanet 3 and Sonic & All-Stars Racing, thought about making that be the only way to move but deemed it too punishing to the players so they allowed movement in a straight line too but the snake will move much slower.

Sumo Digital released a series of “Dev Diaries” giving viewers a behind the scenes look at how the game was built. The game was originally going for a much more realistic look instead of the colorful style it has now. Not much is known about the ultimate goal of the game but the world was designed purposely to look like an abandoned civilization. What we do know is the game will take you through 15 levels across four different worlds, each with a different theme. The soundtrack is composed by David Wise, better known as the composer for many Rare games like the Donkey Kong Country series and Diddy Kong Racing.

The game will utilize the different features each console offers. Snake Pass will support TV, tabletop and handheld modes on the Nintendo Switch, running at 30 FPS at 720p when undocked and 30 FPS 1080p when docked (Turns out this wasn’t true). The Xbox One version is part of the “Play Anywhere” program which means a digital purchase on Xbox One will net you a second copy on your Windows 10 PC. PS4 Pro owners with a 4K TV will be able to enjoy Snake Pass with a 4K resolution and the title supports high dynamic range for both the original PS4 and Pro.

Snake Pass launches on the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC March 28 in North America and March 29 in Europe.

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Playstation Store Flash Sale 3/24-3/27

There is a big sale across the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita this weekend. Notable titles on sale include Borderlands: The Handsome Collection for $18, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Gold Edition for $21 and Far Cry Primal for $16.49. For horror fans, there is The Evil Within for $9. There’s a lot of hours of gaming in those titles for a much lower than usual price.

A notable PS Vita title on sale is Persona 4 Golden for $9. For those looking forward to Persona 5, this one might be worth a playthrough.

There are over 150 titles on sale so there’s bound to be something you like. Movies are up for grab as well.

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‘Dragon Quest Heroes II’: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

We were pretty shocked to find out that a mashup of Dragon Quest and the Musou genre could mesh so well.

2015’s Dragon Quest Heroes featured the whimsical creatures, catchy soundtrack and heroic personalities of the long-running RPG series. With all that came a combat system that delivered the non-stop action of the Warriors line of beat ’em up’s. Developer Omega Force have taken all the lessons they’ve learned from that debut to craft a much improved mega sequel. On April 25, Dragon Quest Heroes II will finally make its way over to American shores. A bevy of new heroes and monsters will make their presence felt alongside a ton of welcome features that this sequel truly deserves.

Dragon Quest Heroes II is massive. In order to make sure you don’t get lost in all its wonder and splendor, let’s break down its five most important mechanics.

1. Exploring Has Taken on More of a Feel Reminiscent of the Dragon Quest RPG’s

Dragon Quest Heroes mainly took place on a giant airship that allowed you to shop, swap out heroes and perform a bunch of other tasks. As for the sequel, you and your loyal party of world heroes can actually move around the world in a more traditional sense. Now you can travel around the in-game world to visit various towns on foot. The huge world map will throw you into special battle stages that are reminiscent of RPG dungeons.

You’ll also get caught up in random battle encounters while you’re out exploring, plus there’s treasure chests to discover and weather conditions to be aware of. For example, the rain has a negative effect on your traveling roster. This sequel may feature the same Musou gameplay from the last game, but its exploration mechanics harken back to Dragon Quest’s mainline entries.

2. This Time, There’s One of Two Main Protagonists to Choose From

Like the very 1st game, you’ll be introduced to two main protagonists. But this time, you’ll only have the option to select one of them and see the the entire story play out from their perspective. The male hero’s default name is Razel, while the female hero (who happens to be Razel’s cousin) is named Teresia. Depending on the main character you choose, you’ll get the chance to change their default name. The hero you didn’t select will stick with their main name, though. Healix, the Jelly Slime who accompanied the 1st game’s heroes, returns to aid Razel and Teresia during their grand adventure.

Another big change coming to this sequel are character classes. This feature only applies to the main characters, by the way. Switching classes for either Razel or Teresia allows you to alter their gear types and abilities for use in battle. A few of the known character classes includes the Martial Artist, Mage, Monk, Thief and Warrior. When you run into any of the game’s weapons merchants, you’ll be provided with new abilities that depend on the proficiency of your character’s weapon type. So now your chosen warrior can take a more open-ended approach to their progress thanks to different classes and equipment.

3. Several Roster Members are Returning from the 1st Game Along With New Additions

Dragon Quest Heroes II won’t be bringing back the two main heroes from its predecessor. However, it will add a bunch of new sub-heroes and include several returning characters from the last game. Two of the game’s warriors are actually making their Dragon Quest franchise debut with this release, too. Refer to both lists below to see all the new and old faces featured in the game:

Ceser (Series Debut)
Ornaze (Series Debut)
Torneko (Dragon Quest IV)
Meena (Dragon Quest IV)
Carver (Dragon Quest VI)
Maribel (Dragon Quest VII)
Gabo (Dragon Quest VII)
Angelo (Dragon Quest VIII)

Alena (Dragon Quest IV)
Kiryl (Dragon Quest IV)
Maya (Dragon Quest IV)
Terry (Dragon Quest VI)
Jessica (Dragon Quest VIII)

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4. Online Multiplayer Missions Will Make Their Debut With This Sequel

One of the more confusing omissions from the 1st game was the lack of any form of multiplayer. We’re overjoyed at the fact that this sequel will be introducing 4-player online multiplayer. You and three companions can hop into the game’s exclusive multiplayer stages, which are contained within the “Time Labyrinth.” Unlocking this multiplayer feature means you’ll need to collect map pieces of the labyrinth as you play through the main campaign. The video posted above showcases a complete playthrough of the very 1st Time Labyrinth mission.

5. Pre-Ordering This Action RPG Grants You Access to 15 Exclusive In-Game Weapons

Dragon Quest Heroes 2

The launch day version of Dragon Quest Heroes II automatically gets upgraded to the much grander “Explorer’s Edition.” The DLC bonus pack included with this special edition is a set of 15 weapons modeled after the game’s signature monsters.

By the way, if you still have save data from the 1st game and Dragon Quest Builders you’ll be gifted with some bonus items. The Dragon Quest Heroes save data items are exclusive costumes for Luceus and Aurora. As for Dragon Quest Builders, your old save data for that game means you’ll unlock the Builders Wooden Hammer weapon for both main heroes.

You can see each of those weapons above and get the actual names for each weapon in the list below:

– the Drackenrang
– the Goodybag Abacus
– the Slime Stack Stick
– the Royal Flush
– the Night Club
– the Slime Night’s Shield
– the Gem Slime Sword
– the Robo-Bow
– the Shadowblade
– the Archdemon Arcs
– the Plat o’One Tails
– the Golem Gauntlets
– the Great Sabreclaws
– the Robo-Razor
– the Imp’s Fork

Buy the Explorer’s Edition Dragon Quest Heroes II here.

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WATCH: Captain Cold & Scarecrow Reveal Trailer for ‘Injustice 2’

“It’s good to be bad.” Such a phrase works so well in conjunction with DC’s array of vicious super villains. These evil individuals are always out to cause headaches for their respective superhero rivals. Injustice 2’s roster features an impressive lineup of evil doers and this new roster reveal trailer puts two new characters on display – Captain Cold and Scarecrow. Captain Cold makes good use of his mastery over the element of ice, while Scarecrow uses his fear toxin and cane weapon to torture his opponents. Not only do we get a good glimpse of them in action, we also get to watch Bane and Gorilla Grodd do some damage to their hapless foes. Enjoy this new character reveal gameplay trailer for Injustice 2. We’re keeping our fingers crossed for an alternate costume that transforms Captain Cold into a familiar Batman baddie!

WATCH: Shattered Alliances Part 3 Story Trailer for ‘Injustice 2’

Check out Black Adam and his devastating super move in action within the latest “Shattered Alliances” story trailer for Injustice 2.

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