DC's Justice League: Cosmic Chaos Reviews
DC Justice League Cosmic Chaos is a light hearted and comedic super hero game, with gameplay that is approachable for all. While the battling can get a bit repetitive at times the story and the charm of Happy Harbor will keep you going through to the end.
If you're looking for breezy superhero action that's especially well suited to younger players, then DC's Justice League: Cosmic Chaos is well worth checking out. Full of character and easy to pick up, there's fun to be had in Happy Harbor.
DC's Justice League: Cosmic Chaos took me by surprise. It's one of those games you go into without expecting much and coming away with a lot of fun and entering moments. There is a lot to like about Cosmic Chaos including the excellent writing, animated cut-scenes and fun yet simple combat. Don't be discouraged by its cartoony look. There is plenty here for everyone to enjoy from children to adults.
DC Justice League Cosmic Chaos is a pleasant and light-hearted game, which must be taken for what it wants to be: a love letter to the younger fans of DC, also able to wink at the more mature ones.
Review in Italian | Read full review
DC's Justice League: Cosmic Chaos is a fun action brawler with a wide enough range of difficulty levels to appeal to both younger players and older superhero fans who aren't above watching funny cartoons. Its technical issues and lack of co-op let it down, but what's there is an entertaining game that'll last you a decent time.
Embrace the jokes, revel in the puns, and do all you can in order to stop Starro’s horrifying plot while keeping Superman’s annoyance to a minimum. Heck, maybe even do all that in the order its written. Above all else, enjoy your stay in Happy Harbor. In a world that always strives to go bigger, it’s more of an escape to remember when superheroes got to be silly too.
DC's Justice League Cosmic Chaos is a game that younger gamers will enjoy, even geeky pop culture fans like myself. You can tell that the developers have an affinity of DC Comics, particularly with all the Easter Eggs and weird subtle references that are littered through Happy Harbor. All in all, a sturdy gaming engine with strong controls and well-crafted story featuring the amusing Mxyzptlk and three of the Justice League's most powerful heroes, Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman. It's just a shame that there is no campaign co-op but nonetheless, it works well as a single-player game.
Kids in love with DC Comics will surely enjoy this simplified and humorous open world adventure.
Review in Italian | Read full review
DC’s Justice League: Cosmic Chaos is a delightful and fun super hero adventure that both older and younger players can enjoy. It has some witty writing, fun combat, and enjoyable exploration although all of this would’ve been better if you could play the campaign in co-op and had a bigger roster of playable characters.
If you're looking for a DC superhero game that relies more on arcadey gameplay, whimsical callbacks, and a playful atmosphere, Justice League Cosmic Chaos is incredible. I had a great time playing through this, both by myself roaming around Happy Harbor trying to save the day while getting distracted by side quests and in co-op with my kid in the smart Instant Action mode. With the bar raised for future games from Outright Games, here's hoping that Cosmic Chaos is the start of a new era for kid-oriented licensed games.
Overall as mentioned above, the game has its charm. However, it is aimed at a younger audience but isn’t off-putting for older players. Looks wise it’s easy on the eyes and has comic classic wording appearing during combat which is always appealing
DC’s Justice League: Cosmic Chaos is a neat brawling escapade that showcases some of DC’s best heroes in a more light-hearted and fun way. I was pleasantly surprised at just how enjoyable and varied the combat could be, whilst the genuinely funny storytelling had me laughing out loud. Best of all, it’ll appeal to players of all ages, with DC’s Justice League: Cosmic Chaos offering an experience that caters to different audiences. Look, it’s nowhere near as good as the Arkham series, whilst some repetitive mechanics and lack of depth might put some players off. For everyone else that’s willing to play a different take on DC’s superheroes though, they’re in for a REALLY cool surprise.
We really liked this colourful and casual version of the DC Universe that will be ideal for all the family members even if you are not a comic geek. Also the coop mode is quite fun and enjoyable for parents and children. The humour is a constant during the whole game and the dialogues between the main characters are very funny and full of references to the comics. Maybe the combat is the weakest part of the game but it will maintain the interest during the 10-15 hours (maybe more if you want all the collectibles) that the main story lasts.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Even though its gameplay is basic and the combat lacks depth, Justice League: Cosmic Chaos is propelled by its delightful presentation and wonderful voice acting.
Color me impressed, Justice League: Cosmic Chaos was actually quite fun. Is it too simplistic? Yes. Is its combat beyond shallow? Yup. Did I dislike the fact I only have three playable superheroes at my disposable? For sure. With all that being said, it was pretty hard not to fall for such a cheerful presentation, with some high quality voice acting, and an open world that was just fun to full around as a cocky and pun-loving Superman.