Travel powers are fun.
Actionpacked combat is fun from the start, Both Metropolis and Gotham City look great, Beautiful comicbook cutscenes punctuate story missions, Changing gear doesn't mean you have to change your looks.
Very little content for an MMO; monotonous grind; wonky interface from top to bottom.
You reach the level cap and stop earning new powers incredibly quickly, A variety of interface and voice chat issues, Combat and missions get predictable, Not enough content to keep you invested beyond the free month.
By PC Gamer on December 18, 2011
A flawed but likeable MMO you can get away with playing without paying, or risking an...78
By Atomic MPC on March 07, 2011
Desperately in need of some post-launch love and...69
By PCWorld New Zealand on March 07, 2011
Ordinarily MMOs aren’t my cup of tea, but when a copy of DC Universe Online landed on my desk I decided I’d give a shot. It isn’t your typical sword-and-sorcery RPG – far from it. The DC universe is one where Batman and Superman...60
By PC Advisor on February 24, 2011
A polished and highly entertaining addition to the MMO genre. Matthew Handrahan...80
By Expert Reviews on February 18, 2011
DC Universe Online provides plenty of action-packed fun, although it currently only has a couple of months' worth of play in it....80
By Techworld on February 08, 2011
Will you keep playing?Tom: Absolutely. Gladly. Enthusiastically. Even though character advancement for me has slowed and arguably turned into what you might call a grind, DC Universe remains a sort of comfort food action game. Log in, do a few short...-
By Strategy Informer on February 08, 2011
Many believe that passing judgement on an MMO at its release is unfair given that games of this nature tend to be expanded on by its developer on a regular basis. One that’s bad at launch therefore can be salvaged in time....75
By NowGamer on February 04, 2011
Judging an MMO within its first month on sale is a bit like critiquing architecture based on blueprints and floor plans. While Sony has laid the foundations, as with any MMO, construction is far from complete. If Sony deliver on their promise of...69
By GameSpy on February 04, 2011
Corporations know that some people will snatch up any piece of junk with properly branded packaging. Stamp a Star Trek logo on a box and the product inside could be, well, Star Trek Online... and a sizable number of people will still willingly dole...40
By NZGamer on February 01, 2011
DC Universe Online is a tough game to give a final overall score to. On one hand, the culture and history surrounding these characters and places is so well-established that stepping into their world feels like coming home in so many ways, such as...85