When DC Universe was first announced at the end of 2017, I was skeptical of the idea.
I’d seen some of the trailers, and I had a few friends who were a part of the first wave of Singers fans.
But I was intrigued.
I saw a few videos and then I played around a bit, and then the actual game began to come together.
The idea behind Singers is that every character has a special ability, and the more you know about them, the more they’ll have that ability.
For example, I already knew that DC Universe Singers would be a hybrid of DC Universe, with DC Universe-themed characters, and DC Universe+ themed characters.
That means each character will have a specific ability that can be learned and applied.
That’s great, and it makes Singers feel a lot more like a game.
But the Singers game isn’t the first DC game I’ve played.
I’ve spent a fair amount of time playing Batman: Arkham Knight.
The game has a ton of cool stuff going on, and while I like the Batman-themed mode, the Arkham game is a great, fun diversion from the main game.
I don’t mind playing with other players.
The DC Universe team is very open and willing to have fun.
I also like that the DC Universe teams aren’t just team-based.
You can play as Batman, Robin, Catwoman, and more.
It’s not like you’re stuck playing as one character for a while, and there’s no “team-up” feature like in other DC games.
I played a bunch of games and did a bunch more than I’d normally.
So the game has that element of freedom.
I had a ton to say about DC Universe’s Singers, but I also want to talk about some of its other features.
For one, it’s a bit more like the main DC Universe game.
The Singers are actually based on the main characters of the main series.
So if you play the game, you’ll be able to see their origins.
The character’s powers and abilities are actually tied to their personalities.
So it’s more like an alternate universe version of the DCU, or maybe even a new universe version.
In Singers however, you don’t see the characters’ origins.
Instead, you see them as characters from the game.
For the first time, DC Universe players can explore the world of Gotham City.
You’ll be interacting with people, and you’ll get to see some of Batman’s rogues gallery.
The world of Batman is filled with fun little things like this.
There are also new costumes for the DC superheroes.
You might see a superhero in a cape and a hoodie wearing the same costume as the villain.
You also get to try out some of their special powers, like the Batmobile.
I love how DC Universe is a little more diverse than most of the other DC Universe games.
Some of the characters, like Cyborg, aren’t playable, but you’ll find other characters that can do cool things.
For instance, Batman’s superpowers will give him super strength, super speed, and a super-human strength, which allows him to run for miles.
The DC Universe characters are also super-powered.
There’s the Wonder Woman, who is able to use her super-strength to rip through steel with ease.
And Catwoman’s powers include flight, enhanced senses, and super-speed.
Batman’s powers also include lightning reflexes, super-healing, and so on.
I like how each of these powers work with each character’s personalities, and they’ll work well together.
And if you’re a Batman fan, you can also play the Batman: The Animated Series game.
In this game, DC’s version of Batman, the Green Lantern, has a new costume.
I love that it’s different from the normal versions of Batman.
You get to dress him differently, and he’s also got a new ability, which is a new form of flight.
The Green Lantern is even better, since he can use his super-powers to teleport.
You don’t have to wear a costume, and this is a very cool game.
Here’s the thing: Singer is a game that’s going to be played with other DC fans.
That makes it more accessible, and less like the actual DC Universe.
It also means it’s really fun to play with your friends.
I can see the Singer players coming together, especially if you know how to play the DC universe, since DC has already made an amazing game for everyone.
So what are your favorite DC Universe multiplayer games?
Let me know in the comments.