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Spotlight: Injustice: Gods Among Us, the Nintendopocalypse, and more

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The Community Spotlight features some of the best unedited articles that didn't quite make the front page. This week's smaller collection features a wish list of characters for the upcoming comic-book brawler Injustice: Gods Among Us, a different take on Nintendo's future, and a plea for reason in the industry. 


Top 3 roster picks for Injustice: Gods Among Us
By William Harrison

After the lackluster fighter Mortal Kombat vs. DC, developer NetherRealm is trying its hand at another superhero title. And Will has high hopes for this new attempt, especially if they include some of his favorite lower-profile characters. Totally with you on Larfleeze, dude.

The Nintenocalypse and you
By David Graham

We've seen several articles on the 'Mob in the last few weeks — some of them in previous Spotlights — expressing doubts about the direction of the Big N. David argues that such fears are not new…and that Nintendo has won through every time. "A lot can be said about Nintendo," he writes, "but no one could really say that they’re afraid of trying something new."

Open dialogue and closed minds
By Graham Zerebeski

One of my favorite things about the Bitmob community is that, because we're all writers, we're all willing to explore other points of view. Graham points out that this isn't so common among gamers at large. He writes: "…If we don't need to grow up, we do need to grow, and growth can only occur if it's not stifled in the very stages of seeding." Preach, brother.


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