June 16, 2024

Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League

Bringing sweet relief, Rocksteady says it doesn’t want Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League to “feel like a life commitment”. “We all love playing games, but we also have lives (sort of)”. Rocksteady says Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League isn’t meant to take up your entire life. Which is a rare and much-appreciated act of mercy. To universal applause, game designer of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Axel Rydby acknowledged in a Discord Q&A. “We all love playing games, but we also have lives (sort of).”

Since indie games aren’t the ones at fault here. I’ve been waiting a very long time for a developer to make that statement, especially one from a AAA studio. I have a full-time job, make an effort to work out occasionally, have relationships and animals to take care of, have meals to prepare, tasks to complete, and, gasp, even other kinds of entertainment to pass the time in my spare time.

Although I don’t consider myself to be particularly busy. It can be challenging to find time for more than a few major games a year when they all demand the same amount of attention as two full weeks of work when you have to fit them around the obligations of a typical adult life. And that’s always going to mean losing out on very good games, which is awful. Though Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth is undoubtedly the longest Yakuza game ever, I’m eager to play it. Additionally, Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth will be out in a few weeks, and who can forget Persona 3 Reload and Suicide Squad Kill?

Diablo 4:

“That’s been a big part of our design philosophy making this game,” Rydby said. We don’t want players to feel as though they must dedicate their entire lives to the game to see everything that is available. Or that they aren’t progressing well enough if they are unable to put in hundreds of hours of playtime. We want this game to be kind to you, both in terms of your time and the things it provides.”

This is similar to a previous statement made by Blizzard. It advised Diablo 4 players to “take a break and play something else” when they ran out of things to do. It didn’t help people like me who don’t have the time to run out of things to do in Diablo 4. I appreciate you listening to my tirade about how video games these days are just too damn long. On February 2, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will debut.

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