Summary: This game annoys me. The heroes/villains that are created can act about 4 different ways, giving them no definitive character. The combat is repetitive and there is no fun in buying new weapons. They all look stupid, as does the armour. Missions are as follows: Go somewhere Fight 10-25 enemies the same way Steal/administer something Put something somwhere Fight a crappy boss I dislike this game. It could have been so much better.
Summary: This game isn't going to revolutionize anything, but it is a decent MMO. I haven't reached end-game content yet, but I have done some group content and it is good enough. This will hold you over nicely if you are looking for an MMO prior to FFXIV on PS4. The graphics are not great and seem stuck in the previous gen, but with this game being available on release and also being a port from PS3 I don't think we could expect much more.
Summary: DC Universe Online is a solid port. Pros: -Great Character customization -Features the Best and Worst DC Superheroes and Supervillans -Well Voice Acted -Good Gameplay -Great Graphics -Solid Controls -Fantastic Sound Design -It's Free No PS+ Subscription Required Cons: -It can feel a bit repetitive at times -No story what-so-ever Recommendation: Hardcore Gamers and DC Fans
Summary: This game has a lot of potential. Unfortunately the devs are unwilling to bring the game to its full potential which keeps the game from being good. Apart from the lag and connection issues, and trust me there's plenty of those in this game, my biggest gripe is the poor decision making by the devs. Almost a year ago they decided to implement the counter mechanics unto the PvE side and since then it has been a fail and frustrating every time you play.
Summary: This game is garbage, It has some good ideas yes but executes them poorly. The graphics are rubbish and thats a compliment. The gam play is boring and repetitive, after you leave the first part of the game and exit the police station. When you fight the weird monkeys on the beach, you will agree with what Im saying. After you fight these, you've literally seen the combat system in the whole game.
Summary: I decided to try this out with a friend and it is actually a very impressive game it does everything right in terms of being both traditional mmo and keeping it all super-heroed, however I am not interested at all in spending £54 on half a years worth of playing. Not a fan of subscription based games at all.
Summary: I've played it for fifty hours, which says it all really. It'd be worth the price of a game, as I'm still enjoying it a lot, but it's free, so go mental and destroy everything as a psycho villain.
Summary: Super hero World of Warcraft. There is so much variety in character looks, costume, powers, abilities. Although laggy at some points, (This could be my specific internet), questing and customizing are fun and easy.
Summary: I want to love this game but it is simply not ready yet on the PS4. While the core game is still intact, mostly, the game came with a ton of crippling bugs that make it almost unplayable. The biggest one is the PvP issues they have been having. The queues won't que up and, when they do get you inside the fighting area, it kicks you out soon after.
Summary: My friend made me play dc universe online on ps4. it' free, so I figured why not. I played it on ps3, beat the tutorial and never touched it again, I hated it. for some reason on ps4 I find it kinda fun. it's not the best mmo, it needs more polish but being free, it's nice to try out. there is lots of variety as you make your character with different element, weapon, and super hero or villain as your mentor.