Summary: The game is good sofar. I particulary like the fact you can create your own character after an allready well known SuperHero (in my case Batman, like DR. Sheldon Cooper Batman is my all time favorite.) I have n't got to far in the game, lack of time, etc, etc. But do enjoy it and can't wait till get to see the next levels!!
Summary: Despite pre-launch promises that monthly, meaningful content would be free, SOE announced this week the first DLC pack for DCUO priced at $9.99. The pack which adds a Green Lantern power has been described as optional but anyone who wants to have the "full" game will have to shell out the $10 in addition to the box price and $15 monthly subscription. A cash marketplace is also being increasingly developed.
Summary: Honestly can't remember being as excited about a game since Mass Effect 2. I've a huge fan of MMORPGs. I bought this game the day of it's release. After installing it I began what would be the best week of January. The game was amazing to say the least.... for the first two weeks. I'll go into specific detail now. Character Creation - I've read comments stating that it isn't all that great but honestly it's a lot of fun to edit your character's appearance.
Summary: PC Version Review First off, this game is good, addicting, and satisfying. However, there are some issues that will prevent me from paying for a subscription after my free month trial is up. Before I go on, yes I knew this was a pay to play MMO prior to buying it and I have no problems with paying a monthly subscription fee. The Pros: There is a lot to like about this game. It has decent character customization, which is a huge plus in any RPG/MMO game.
Summary: As the title says great game while playing but the end game content is still lax as of this review. Though I do like how they are releasing new content every month like a comic book. Battle system is unique and real time. Graphics are amazing. Glitches are present though you can work around them.
Summary: This game is okay. Nothing special. Neat to see the DC Universe locations. Being a PVP person from past games I must say this game's PVP sucks. I'll play it until I max out at lvl 30 and then I'll move on.
Summary: DCU Online. An interesting concept. It has a good story line with an opening video about the end of the hero's lives and life on earth that pulls you in. Once there you get to deal with a large mass of confusing costume concepts. If you don't like what you see don't worry! You unlock more costumes as you grab gear in game. Your hero advisor sends you quests and eventually gear as you work through the quest chains. But here is where it falls apart.
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15 February 2011
Summary: I may be biased, because I'm a DC guy. But this is a fun, action-based MMO. It is different than most MMOs, so your mileage may vary, but I think it will have great legs. I can say it is more fun than either CO, or CoH. Plus, the voice acting is great!
Summary: I got the PC version and have played up to level 15 as of this writing. I had a lot of hope for this game but its just not finished. The character and costume design portion is really weak compared to City of Heroes and Champions Online. The power sets are also very limited (ice, fire, mental, nature, gadget, magic) and you can't mix and match. To me, these two things are a killer for a super hero game. As for gameplay, you can really feel the console influence.