It took a while to get use to this game, mainly because I started skipping some of the more special features in the tutorial because I was in there for about an hour. After that and getting onto the story mode, you will have a blast and learn the things you skipped in the tutorial in time. I wish they added more to the story mode so we did not play just the main characters in the Justice League.
After you are done with the story mode, it is time to do some S.T.A.R. Lab missions, which they have plenty of unlocks to get for completing them, but you could take anywhere from 30 seconds to 3 hours on a lot of the luck based ones. If it wasn't for the achievement, I would have never touched this part.
The shine is in the multiplayer though, where about one third of the characters are used(which is actually a good thing in a fighting game considering tournaments like eVo where people only choose from about 3 characters) and if you find a fun partner to play with, just stick with him, it is hard to find a good match.
Before I list some more faults, the reason I gave this game an 8 is because the fighting was fun, where you could have a great time, or a time ruined by zoners when they have host online.
Host is not much of a deal in this game, but when it comes down to it, if someone is zoneing you, you could almost never get the inputs to zone them back in time. The game was very buggy when DLC characters are released, where for the next three days you would have to delete your game update and play offline, which was no fun for this game. And what Nether Realms did to early adapters who bought the season pass was a joke. 90% of people bought it for Martian Manhunter, which was not released until after the season pass, while they gave us characters that we did not ask for or want, and almost no one plays as them. We also have to many Batman Characters, which I know he may be one of the most popular DC heroes, but 7 out of 24 characters are from Batman, which is too mu