Welcome to Task Force X. Your mission? Kill the Justice League. Coming in 2022 to PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
Looks great, tbh. The Arkham formula got stale by the end (4 games in 6 years was a lot) so I'm glad we're finally getting something new that's still in Rocksteady's universe. Arkham Asylum came out in 2009.
Well you won’t have to deal with that anymore because the days when we would get 3 installments from them in 6 years is over. Games like these take at least five years now. I mean it will have been over seven years since Arkham Knight when this game releases.
Now you get 0 games in 6 years. Lucky you.
??? My main point is that the formula was beginning to get stale. You could leave a similar reply for someone praising Sucker Punch for putting in the time to make something new with Ghost Of Tsushima even though it meant that we didn't get any new games for 6 years. It's not like I'm happy that we didn't get Sucker Punch or Rocksteady games for that long but new stuff takes time and it's worth it. I'm still a bit too worn out to play Gotham Knights because a lot of other Warner Brothers games in the meantime copied the Arkham combat formula (Shadow Of Mordor, Mad Max).
Great reveal, but I wonder how solo gameplay will work. Are we just controlling one character and giving the others commands (similar to Mass Effect)?
Supposedly we will be able to control all four characters and switch between them at will.
Maybe like how GTA V handled zapping between characters then?
They said in a interview that if you play it solo your team mates will be played by AI So you can't just play it actual solo, you need to drag 3, most likely, crappy AI's with you.
Pretty crazy how great it looked
Kind of hyped for this, and I'm not even big on the Marvel/DC universes.
I'm not gonna lie, I'm very impressed! So many superhero/villain game next year!! cannot wait!
I'd rather have player a Batman reboot of some sort
No gameplay was a bummer ... also (for me at least) this looked rather boring I'd rather play Superman/Batman myself instead of these characters ...
Cinematic trailer that explains nothing about the game (and might not reflect graphics and even characters that are in the game; some of the might just be a cutscene, for example). No gameplay and no explanation of the core systems to this day. This game (at least for me) looks kind of similar to the Gotham Knights (maybe because it also has Gotham and multiple playable characters). Game is gonna be released by WB Games and we know how they love extra monetization. As far as i remember, this (same as Gotham Knights, by the way) is a GAAS (and will probably have «RPG-lite elements» as well). And people are still hyped over this. Things will never change and/or improve, i'm afraid.
My issue if they've got two games, this and Gotham Knights yet they are both 4 player co-op based Even Robins teleporting in Gotham Knights works the same way as Captain Boomarangs teleporting in Suicide Squad I don't understand why SS couldn't have been single player and Gotham Knights would have been the co-op / multiplayer one.
Why did they give Harley a man's voice? Sorry but her voice should sound like the cartoon.
I can only assume what you have written is sarcasm.
It is not. The cartoon made Harley Quinn a real character. She sounds awful here.
What Cartoon are you referring to in particular? Batman in the 90s and early 2000s had Arleen Sorkin voice Harley Quinn but she has not voiced her in a while. Although Arleen would create Harley's distinct voice I think Tara Strong has probably voiced Harley more hence is just as recognisable as Arleen. Tara is voicing this version of Harley as she always has in the Arkham verse. Tara has also voiced Harley in several cartoons. I take it you mean she should sound like Arleen. I don't think she sounds like a man but this being an older Harley might explain why her voice might have become a little deeper.
The 90s version obviously.
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