A sweeping orchestral score and exceptional voice acting across the board means that Injustice 2 sounds brilliant.
Gorgeous motion-captured performances make the story well worth locking into for the duration, while environments are fantastically dynamic and the action never looks anything but eye-scorchingly good.
Another cracking effort from NetherRealm whose games seem to go from strength-to-strength with each successive iteration. Along with Mortal Kombat X, this is among the best the studio has created to date, its fighting mechanics polished to an almost mirror sheen.
An impeccably well-presented package with everything you could possibly want. You might miss the mini-games marathon of the S.T.A.R. Lab, but The Multiverse is a welcome addition. Injustice 2 is a big game.
Varied and interesting, Injustice 2's list is one that will take time and a bit of effort, but the spread of neat objectives means you'll relish the challenge of snagging the 1000G.