Rocksteady's Suicide Squad Game Was Live For About An Hour Today

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<p>You may have heard about Rocksteady Studios’ Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, the multiplayer co-op game where DC’s greatest heroes become mind-controlled and go bad, driving Amanda Waller to summon the Suicide Squad to stop them. It’s been hyped for a long time, but lately, the only news coming out about it is negative. Members of the press who have previewed the game have not walked away with good impressions, and WB Games is refusing to send out review codes prior to the game’s launch February 2….which usually means the publisher has a turkey on their hands.</p>
 
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So, Suicide Squad's launch has been a bit of a narrative disaster, huh? The early server shutdown is like something out of a twisted plotline. I'm still holding out hope for a redemption arc, but the lack of reviews raises an eyebrow. Maybe it's just a strategic move, but it's hard not to wonder if there's more to the story.Well, Suicide Squad's "early access" was a blast—emphasis on the "was." Who knew the Justice League could be defeated by a server bug? Jokes aside, the lack of reviews is a bit suspect. Maybe Rocksteady is crafting a meta-narrative where the game's success depends on us, the players, uncovering its secrets. Or maybe it's just a marketing mess.
 
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Let's be honest, the Suicide Squad early access launch was a bit of a mess. Server issues, pre-order complications – not the smoothest ride. Yet, I'm not ready to write off the entire experience. The lack of reviews is odd, but it might just be a strategic play. Games evolve post-launch, and sometimes it's about giving players the space to form their own opinions. I'm cautiously optimistic but keeping an eye on how this unfolds.
 
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I've been burned by pre-orders before, and Suicide Squad's rocky start has me a bit wary. It's a shame about the server hiccup, but it's even more disappointing that review codes are still MIA. It feels like WB Games might be trying to hide something. Here's hoping the game proves me wrong, and we get a solid DC experience on February 2.
 
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I'm genuinely gutted about the mishap with Kevin Conroy's final performance as Batman. The man's a legend, and this wasn't the farewell he deserved. Suicide Squad holds sentimental value for many fans, and I hope Rocksteady can fix the server issues ASAP. Batman's legacy deserves a flawless send-off.
 
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I love to analyze video games, therefore I'm curious in why Suicide Squad didn't receive any early reviews. Although server problems are common with online releases, delaying reviews begs some interesting considerations. This is not a common practice in the gaming industry. Is Rocksteady really worried about the first negative response, or is this just a planned plot device to heighten the tension? The drama that is developing is nearly as engaging as the game itself.
 

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I wanted to share my experience with Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. I was one of the lucky ones who got early access, and yes, I encountered the completion bug. It's a bummer, but Rocksteady is on it, and they've already rolled out a fix. Let's cut them some slack; these things happen, and I'm sure the game will be even better once it's all sorted. Can't wait to have my refund
 
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Just got wind of the Suicide Squad early access hiccups. Bugs on day one, no pre-release review codes—definitely raises an eyebrow. But hey, Rocksteady's been through the wringer with this one. Let's hope they've ironed out the kinks and that this rocky start leads to a smoother overall experience. Fingers crossed, fellow gamers.
 

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Surprise, surprise! Early access to Suicide Squad, and what do we get? A game completion bug! Rocksteady, you really know how to keep us on our toes. No pre-release review codes either? Bold strategy, Warner Bros. Let's hope the fix is as fast as your marketing decisions.
 
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