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EMPR Jupiter Wins Injustice: Gods Among Us at East Coast Throwdown 2014

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Top 8 for Injustice: Gods Among Us at East Coast Throwdown 2014 is Set!

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“A Year of Injustice” Documentary by Aerogrunt

Civil War VI marks the one-year anniversary of the release of Injustice: Gods Among Us. What better way to relive some of the most incredible moments over the past year than with a well-made documentary? I just finished watching this on Arturo Sanchez’s stream and I must say it was nostalgic and hilarious. From Black Adam and Superman being untouchable, to seeing Bane and Harley Quinn finishing top three at majors. This documentary features everything that we have loved and hated since Injustice came out a year ago. It features villains of the FGC, and some of the more lovable characters. A Year of Injustice recaps all of the blowups that one could imagine, and all of the polarizing moments that have taken place within the Injustice scene. In closing I would like to thank Aerogrunt, and everyone else involved in the production for putting together this documentary. You didn’t have to do it, and it’s these kinds of efforts that are appreciated by all Injustice players. Without any further words written, sit back, and enjoy A Year of Injustice.

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Injustice: Gods Among Us Pools Released for Civil War VI

The month of April marks the one year anniversary of the release of Injustice: Gods Among Us. For those who don’t know, Injustice is a fighting game created by the developers of the Mortal Kombat series. Led by Ed Boon, Injustice went on to win several awards including VGX’s Fighting Game of the Year award. The tournament life is where Injustice thrives in terms of excitement and methodical gameplay. The game has seen quite an evolution in the year that it’s had to grow. Superman and Black Adam were two characters that often traded tournament wins at the beginning due to their tools. These two characters were powerful at the highest level, and in the right hands, they were unstoppable. NetherRealm Studios responded to the outcry of the community and made an be-all end-all patch. This patch has led to some of the most hype tournament matches imaginable. The most recent major tournament for Injustice was Texas Showdown 2014, and it was won by a Shazam player by the name of KH Digit. Shazam is widely considered as a weak character, and Digit’s win further proves the diversity of competitive Injustice play.

Moving past the background information comes some information about the upcoming major that will be held in Virginia. It is the sixth installment of the Civil War tournament, and it will feature Injustice. This will be one of the first majors to implement a best 3 out of 5 format for Injustice. The community for Injustice have gone back and forth on the topic of what format is better for tournament play. It will be interesting to see how scheduling works with longer Injustice set, but nevertheless it will be a worthwhile experiment. Civil War VI will include 4 pools with roughly 12 players in each. This tournament marks the one-year tournament anniversary of Injustice: Gods Among Us. The list of pools can also be viewed and discussed on the Test Your Might website.

Pool 1 

RG Sonic Fox

PI Blackula

Argenrost

PTH Korpse

GLV/FH GenTsuRoxus

GLV Ice Angel

HBA EMP JRosa

PZP|BIFU Insaynne

Jamar

Ray Riazay

PTH|RM RELAXEDSTATE

Pool 2

RG Tom Brady

Wetdoba

Shiye

PTH Oxygen

OBS/PTH Jkun Prime

PTH RM EDC Mr. Aquaman

MAX-D

The Spore

Krucifix

AL Eevee

Viking 305

Zurr

Pool 3

7L

AK DS FNATIC Perfect Legend

Kinetic Orochi

RM PTH Khaotik

CLOUD

Lance

IC EWtH NLHEPlayer 88

EzaraBeChillin

Lord Chaos

PTH RM Witness

PTH/RM SRRYIMWHITE

Iceman

Pool 4

Emperor Jupiter

RM PTH Astronout

Re$e-Killanator

PTH Agent

PTH Sid the Haze

Lowkey

GLV Dark Steel

CFAS Flippin

VGMtheVagabond

Lith

OopsKaDoodle

AL Fromundaman

You can check out the action for Civil War VI at Arturo Sanchez’s Twitch channel NYCFURBY.

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