You look at the movesets to some extent. I don't go crazy with frame data or anything, not that guy. I'd say do the initial tutorial, do the character tutorial and then do the initial multiverse tutorial until you unlock the AI Battle Simulator in multiplayer. Create a team of 3 characters you'd like to play and send them out against an enemy team. Watch the fights as the AI battle it out. You'll start to see how they function and what they link or meter burn etc.
Bottom line you just gotta get in there and play. If you find someone that interests you pop back in here and ask for help.
So far I'm hearing nothing but good things. I'm guessing is sleepy ass WB always having that extra safety net
Yeah but I only play these games like MKX and Injustice1 once offline on easy just for the story so I dont want to waste money this time.
Just play it. You know you'll regret just watching it without getting the actual experience of doing it yourself.
At least that's how I feel.
WWG content is currently being published at comicbook.com/gaming (for reasons), and you'll find the review there in about three hours. It's good news.
Hints? Positive? Negative? Reverse?
Whoops, make that two hours. I was thinking in Eastern time.
Just reminded me of this.
Game looks good.
But it just won't be the same without...
Come on Best Buy...
I saw a bit of certain people saying that. I have my review going up shortly, it's the best story they have made since MK9. The moments, the little twists an turns. Lot's of cool character moments mixed in with huge set-pieces. Really fun story mode.
Story question spoilers!
I heard that the story in this game is...disappointing. Is that true? I rarely play online so it's usually single player content for me.