Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League
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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Trailers
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Official Co-Op Gameplay - “No Matter the Cost”
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Official Batman Reveal - “Shadows”
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Official Gameplay Trailer - “Flash and Burn”
Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Screenshots
Critic Reviews for Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League
Suicide Squad is technically sound, and the action can be fast, frantic, and occasionally fun. The game could be considered a deconstruction and satirizing of the superhero concept. But for me, the whole thing feels mean-spirited, pessimistic, and glib. In other media, I’ve generally liked the irreverence of the Suicide Squad tales, but everything in this game feels less about laughs and more just joyless. I suppose it can be fun to piss all over any sense of genuine heroism in a comic book-inspired tale, but it can’t come as a great shock when some fans like myself just aren’t interested in the bloody and smug results.
Kill the Justice League is the epitome of, “it gets good X hours in.” It’ll suck at first, then it’ll show you it’s capable of at least some moments of awesomeness. Fans of the DC universe may find a little more value in it, especially if you value narrative over gameplay, but Rocksteady’s latest is simply okay – nothing more or less.