Cyborg Injustice: Gods Among Us Moves, Combos, Strategy Guide

Guide last updated on
March 25, 2013 at 4:15 p.m. PDT


Cyborg Injustice: Gods Among Us Moves, Combos, Strategy Guide

Basic Attacks

Micro Chip

Power Knee

Jaw Smash

Cross Swipe

Drone Kick
(hold to charge) or (as Bounce Cancel)
Left Field

Cyber Kick
(hold to charge) or (as Bounce Cancel)
Touchdown

Quick Jab

Rising Fist

Cyber Trip

Knee Drop
Properties


Photon Kick
Properties


Multiprocessor Slam
Properties


Forward Throw

Reverse Throw
Combo Attacks
,
Android
, ,
Humanity
, ,
Comeback
,
Chrome Plated
, ,
Man Within
,
Solid Metal
, ,
Blowout
,
Sideline
, ,
Lost Faith
Special Moves
( )
Nova Blaster
Properties

( )
Power Fist
Properties

( )
Techno Tackle
Properties


Sonic Disruptor

Up Sonic Disruptor

Target Acquired
,
Close Target Acquired
,
Far Target Acquired
,
Forward Grapple
,
Back Grapple
Super Move

Target Lock
Character Power

Repair Circuit
-Holding will allow Cyborg to rapidly repair his damaged systems, restoring health for as long as Cyborg remains in this state.
-Cyborg can cancel out of Repair Circuit by performing a Special Attack.
-Cyborg can immediately cancel the Repair Circuit by dashing forwards or backwards.
Combos
Important note: Not every possible combo is listed here. Instead, you'll find the most common and helpful combos that you should know. There are many variations to these as well.

- Nova Blast
4 Hits
18% Damage
Fast normal into Nova Blast.


- Power Fist
4 Hits
22% Damage
Fast normal into Power Fist.


- Jumping - Nova Blast
6 Hits
31% Damage
Bounce into Nova Blast.


- Jumping - Target Lock
24 Hits
47% Damage
Bounce combo into super for big damage.
Move Legend
— This icon represents the lightest attack in Injustice. This can be done by hitting the X button on Xbox 360 or the Square button on PS3.

— Injustice's middle strength button. This translates to the Y button on Xbox 360 or Triangle on PS3.

— This symbolizes the hardest hitting of the basic attacks. This move is performed by hitting A on the Xbox 360 or X on the PS3.

— The last of the 4 face buttons, this icon stands for "Character Power" and represents the button that activates each characters' traits. This is activated by pressing B on the Xbox 360 or O on the PS3.

— This icon represents the Meter Burn button used for performing EX attacks, Bounce Cancels and Supers. You can input this by pressing RT on the Xbox 360 or R2 on the PS3.

— Much like our Mortal Kombat 9 guides, the "F" icon represents the Flip Stance action. This is activated by hitting LT on Xbox 360 or L2 on PS3.


Comments

Chrisuchiwa said on March 26, 2013 at 9:17 a.m.

I really want to play as Cyborg. For me he loos cool and can be a great zoner. Why the motion of his last two moves are a nit weird? I hope I won't have to do strange stuffs to get those Grapples.

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Dedemaru said on March 26, 2013 at 11:02 a.m.

Yeah those Grapple and Techno Tackle inputs are strange. I thought this was supposed to be Mortal Kombat inputs with the option to turn on Street Fighter style?

#2


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