Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Review – Identity Crisis

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League on PlayStation 5

Batman: Arkham City is my favorite game of all time. Never before had a licensed game felt so refined with its taut story, fluid combat, and incredible set pieces. I often go back to it as a reminder of just how special the game is, from its opening sequence where you walk as Bruce Wayne into Arkham City, to the surprisingly emotional ending.

Since that game released 13 years ago, it’s been a somewhat turbulent period for developer Rocksteady Studios. Arkham Knight followed in 2015, upping the ante with next-gen visuals and a driveable Batmobile. It was a hugely fun game that may not have been as finely tuned as its two Arkham predecessors but was a satisfying, if bloated, conclusion nonetheless.

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