In at number 10 we have a bit of an offbeat pick. When we look at retro DC video games, almost everything is either Batman adaptations or middling takes on classic Superman.
This spot goes to another overlooked Superman title: 2002’s Shadow of Apokolips, which was limited to PS2 and GameCube.
The second “wait what?” pick of our list is Gotham City Impostors, a now-defunct online free-to-play FPS (first person shooter) that ran for a few years, starting in early 2012.
If you’ve burned through the Lego Batman titles (which are great, by the way), then Lego DC Super-Villains is the next stop we’d recommend.
You can rarely go wrong with Lego video games, especially when they work with such fun properties, and Batman was no exception.
The Enemy Within was Telltale Games’ second go at the Batman IP after a first season that was just okay.
DC Universe Online has been a fascinating MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) phenomenon for more than 10 years now.
Many lists of the best DC games don’t even consider The Wolf Among Us, but Vertigo belongs to DC Comics.
After the disappointment that was Mortal Kombat vs. DC (2008), Injustice felt like the correct modern fighting game take on DC’s biggest IPs.
It’s hard to deny the Batman: Arkham series is the finest DC can offer when it comes to gaming.