There's no question that "DC Universe Online" looks like an incredibly visual video game experience, but if MMORPGs have one flaw, it's the fact that the story sometimes leaves something to be desired
It's been a busy week for Sony's "DC Universe Online" MMORPG. Not only has E3 yielded the game's first official trailer and a proper release date, it also seems to have inspired a design overhaul at the game's Web site. A fresh layout isn't the only change to the site, however, as new concept art, screen shots and wallpapers featuring Batman's
When it comes to regularly engaging its fans, Sony's done a pretty thorough job of steadily promoting the November launch of its superheroic MMORPG "DC Universe Online" with video snippets at its official Web site and Q&A sessions on Facebook. This week for E3, however, the publisher has taken the next step wit
Metropolis' shady industrial district isn't necessarily on any timid tourist's list of places to visit, but for the superpowered players of the upcoming "DC Universe Online" MMORPG, Suicide Slums seems poised to serve as a destination of choice.
In a new video hosted by game director Chris Cao, the scummiest area of Superman'
"If you could have any one superpower for a day, what would you choose?" Everyone's dealt with this question before, with frequent answers ranging from flight to invisibility. But if your answer is "super speed," then your lucky day is coming up - in the video game world, at least
DC Comics and Sony Online Entertainment's upcoming MMORPG "DC Universe Online" has already employed the talents of Jim Lee and others to help craft a digital representation of the comic book world, but now the venture is turning to Facebook fans for their animation skills in a new contest
Mobile and digital comics are often frowned upon by traditionalists who prefer the printed page to small screens, but that doesn't seem to matter to a reporter from Down Under who skipped traditional reading entirely and actually enjoys the electronic format