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DC Universe Online: The Next Superhero is You!

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Radioactive Isotope

DC Universe Online is an MMORPG that puts you right in the middle of the action. Brainiac has his sights on Earth yet again. You have been granted powers thanks to exobytes stolen from Brainiac by Lex Luthor and released into Earth's atmosphere. Choose your powerset, your weapons, and your mentor. Work alongside your favorite DC characters in missions spread between Gotham, Metropolis, and the Watchtower/Hall of Doom. Will you be a hero and save the world, or a villain to rule it?

 

Anyone else playing? It went free to play in November 2011 for PS3 and PC. Word is it will be on PS4 as well. Of course all the expansion packs and cool gear you have to pay for, lol. I started a file back when it first came out then got lost on the Watchtower and gave up. I recently started playing it again and I'm having a blast as a Tech Hero. The sound is glitchy as all get out, though. Sometimes battle noises and chatter will drop out completely and you just have the ambient noises. Sometimes its the other way around. Normally it doesn't bother me when that happens, but there are a few quests I need to have audio.

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Andy

Never actually played it because I didnt have room for two MMOs in my life (the one I was playing being WoW, of course... Now I don't have time or money, but always thought it looked cool.

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