Straight from the Oblivion Bar, where an uneasy alliance of heroes and villains gather to stand around in looping animations while a relative unknown is expected to venture into Limbo and confront Magical Brainiac.
That's from DC Universe Online, a game I still play and still like. Although for a monthly fee, if you're not finding reasons to continue to like it, you must be doing something wrong.
I hit level 30 some time ago, and the lack of level growth is one hell of a disincentive to play. The post-level 30 character progression is not as obviously tangible as Level 27, Level 28, etc. Instead of experience points, you earn various Marks for completing missions. These Marks are used to buy junk that is reserved for Mark sale only. And rather than getting power points for new abilities on leveling up, you get a new point at every Feat collection threshold.
Which is all really complicated and not as easy to grok as Duh, I Leveled.
The good news is there's still stuff to do after level 30. I hit that plateau while working on the arc where you save the Sinestro Corps. Last night I finished the (I think) central magic storyline, hence the above video, which ended in a Circe/Wonder Woman showdown. I still have to do the Brother Eye story, and I haven't set foot in Bludhaven or Smallville.
I should also get on that new Catwoman episode, although the rest of the Valentine's Day stuff is truly terrible.
Have I mentioned what server I play on? I play on Crisis PS3. If you're on Crisis and looking for a Duo partner, let me know, because I've never done a Duo mission either.
I don't know that I'm any good during a team-up, because I really have zero understanding of the whole Healer vs Tank vs Controller thing. I just hit bad guys and eat a heal once my life gets low. Is it really any more complicated than that?