It's more than fair to say that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been dividing opinions, and so we're very interested in hearing what you lot have to say about it. A far cry from the Batman-based, single-player shenanigans that put developer Rocksteady on the map, this co-op shooter has been a talking point for quite some time — especially since it was revealed to be a live service title months ahead of release.
Without wanting to sway you, we don't think the game's that bad. In fact, we gave it a 'good' 7/10 in our Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League PS5 review — although admittedly, we do think the title has a bit of an identity crisis going on. "Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League is a complicated game. It's tough not to think about what could have been if Rocksteady opted for another traditional single player title — especially since the split personalities at this game's heart stop it from reaching the heights of the developer's previous works," we wrote.