The Hero Every Villain Wants to be. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Review

To kill a hero is to kill every moral concept we know. Goodness, decency, and the will to use the powers that be to help others. Being a hero is to be courageous, to do what is right in the face of overwhelming odds.  What happens when you take a murderer, a thief, or people who have no moral compass and put them up against the thing that will in turn make them the good guy? In the best circumstance, you get human growth. In any other case, you get a villain with an existential crisis. 

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a game where we get to play the bad guys, making us the hero of the story. In this action-adventure shooter developed by Rocksteady Studios, the Justice League has gone rogue, and it’s up to the Suicide Squad to save the day. Superman can’t save you, but Harley Quinn sure can, and she’ll make you laugh while doing it. 

  The Killing Joke

The suicide  squad  in shock, (image credit: Xbox Series X) (Image credit: xbox)

Throughout my time playing Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League on Xbox Series X, I’ve come to believe that this is one of those diamond-in-the-rough games that carries a good story, great gameplay, and well-done cinematics. Coated in well-timed humor and dry sarcasm that sent me right back to vibrant memories of my time with Guardians of the Galaxy (check out our Guardians of the Galaxy review).

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