DC Universe Online, First Impressions

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DC Universe Online, being a game using DC as a backing and a driving force for all of it had to be good, right?
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I picked up the controller, sat on the couch, and entered into the world of DC Universe! From the beginning I felt a great feeling about this game. I designed my character, Agni Kai, also known as the God of Fire.

Some Key Points

  • Graphics – On the graphics side of things, DC Universe Online had some pretty great graphics. 
  • Audio – There was some pretty great audio by some of the characters that were very well produced such as; Lex Luthor, Superman, and Batman.
  • Features – There are plenty of iconic characters. The Flash, Superman, Lex Luthor, the list goes on and on. The Customization of your character is endless. From the build of muscles all the way down to leopard looking skin with ears. The gameplay as well is endless as it is an open world game. Remember, the game is 100% online so keep your internet live and running!
  • What I liked – I really enjoyed the open world aspect of the game. With very minimal lag when we had over a hundred people with us most of the time it was fantastic! The game is also enjoyable as the combat is different for each character.

Overall my favorite part of the game was that it was an open world. It is so endless. The characters and customization are terrific. As a plus, the graphics are not bad.

They have power behind them. It is an open world so it has what it needs to definitely be one of my favorite games this year.

To check it out, go to your PlayStation Store or Steam Store and look up DC Universe Online! Enjoy!

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DC Universe Online, First Impressions
I talk about the greatness of DC Universe Online

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