Injustice 2 Review – It’s Super, Man

Injustice 2 NetherRealm Studios/WB Games Marvel has long dominated the movie industry, with both representations of solo characters such as The Punisher and Spiderman, or super-teams such as the X-Men and most recently, The Avengers. Meanwhile, the DC comics universe has faltered at the box office with disastrous one-offs of heroes such as Green Lantern,…

Tekken 7 Review – Tekken is Back

Tekken 7 Bandai Namco Entertainment Okay, I’ll just come right out and admit it—I’ve had a long and heated romance with fighting games throughout my whole life. Ever since I first started playing Street Fighter 2 back in 1991 I was hooked. But even though I loved SF 2 and its little pixilated 2D sprites,…

Mortal Kombat XL Review – A Near-Flawless Victory

Mortal Kombat XL Netherrealm Studios/Warner Bros. Interactive First off, I just have to say that back in the day when people still used to pump quarters into video game consoles in the old, now defunct video game arcades, more often than not, I’d chose to deposit mine into Street Fighter games. The more anime-styled aesthetics…