Gaming Irresponsibly: DCUO Update: A Look At What Is To Come

To many, playing an MMO ranks up as a strong indication of several different psychiatric disorders, primarily for its strong dissociative and obsessive qualities. Well, professionals of my esteemed community, I say nay. Just this past week, DC Universe Online received its official update, giving it loads of new goodies to enrich the entirety of its terminally-ill world. That’s how it is, isn’t it? In comic books, the bad guys are always sick, so they bring the men in the nice suits to carry them away.

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Criminal2800d ago

Post launch support has been incredible for this game, but it's expected because it's an MMO.

gorebago2800d ago (Edited 2800d ago )

I forgot about this game not because I don't like it - quite the contrary, it's a blast but my PS3 died rendering my sub useless.

Good to see that when I do play it again, that I'll have a couple of months of extra content to enjoy and at no extra cost.

xTruthx2800d ago

Man I'm addicted to this game lol

gorebago2800d ago (Edited 2800d ago )

Yeah I was too. I loved the raids and arenas the most. Working with peers made this game for me. It seemed like the path to max level was just to have a strong char for those modes.

I want to play this game now.

They need to drop the price of the ps3.

Simon_Brezhnev2800d ago

What im mad about im a villian and im sick of doing Raids and Alerts that you have to fight against villians i stopped playing it last month.

undercovrr2800d ago

The reason i stopped playing this game is because the server of my main char just died... I mean..seriously it's impossible to spend less than 1 hour finding a group for an alert let alone a raid.