It may be a little early to talk about an Injustice: Gods Among Us sequel: hell, we’re still waiting for NetherRealm to give us news on the next installment of the rebooted Mortal Kombat series. But with Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition out, and Ed Boon recently hinting at an eventual Injustice sequel, it begs the question: where can they go from here? What kind of sequel could they make? What could the story entail? How could next-gen tech expand on an Injustice sequel? Note: Beware of Spoilers. Injustice: Gods Among Us was a really good game. Despite its faults, it gave us a fantastic story mode and a variety of characters. So a sequel should keep up the storytelling legacy NetherRealm has been building up since 2011’s Mortal Kombat reboot and Injustice, and focus more on refining the mechanics, adding more characters, and diversifying the modes.So with an Injustice sequel, NetherRealm could apply the “bigger is better” idea and expand … [Read more...] about Where Does Injustice: Gods Among Us Go From Here?
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As more and more units of the still-rare Xbox 360 make their way into gamers' hands, the effects are being seen on the console charts. The most popular game for the console, Call of Duty 2, rocketed from 18th place on the charts in December 2005 to the top slot in January 2006, according to industry trade group NPD Funworld. The next-gen console version of the acclaimed PC game sold more than 136,000 copies during the month, taking in over $8.1 million in revenue. But as impressive as Call of Duty 2's showing was, it wasn't that far ahead of the competition. Second-place finisher Madden NFL 06 was less than 25,000 units behind the World War II shooter and was itself nearly tied by another PlayStation 2 sports game from Electronic Arts, MVP 06 NCAA Baseball. The fourth and fifth slots saw the top two titles on Nintendo and Sony's portables go head to head. In the end, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories for the PSP barely edged out Mario Kart DS. However, both handhelds had … [Read more...] about ChartSpot: January 2006
After a slight hiccup, NPD has released the game-sale charts for November 2005. With the Xbox 360 hitting North American stores on November 22, the month saw the second platform launch of the year, following the March debut of the PSP. Although the next-generation console was in notoriously short supply, one title for the platform proved exceptionally popular. The 360 version of Call of Duty 2 was the third-best-selling console game in November, coming in just behind the Xbox and PlayStation 2 versions of Star Wars: Battlefront II. However, Activision's shooter had little company from other 360 titles. Only two other games for the next-gen platform made the top 20--Electronic Arts' Madden NFL 06 (8th) and Need for Speed Most Wanted (19th). However, when combined, sales of the limited and standard editions of Microsoft Game Studios' Perfect Dark Zero actually exceeded sales of Need for Speed Most Wanted, as shown on the Xbox 360 top 10. (Why the figures were not combined in the … [Read more...] about ChartSpot: November 2005