Now I'll go over the character creation process of DCUO.
The character creation is fairly impressive. The only things you pretty much can't edit are the proportions of your characters. For instance:
If you want to play a female character, you can only have huge boobs. What if I wanted massive boobs? How am I suppose to role play a super hero who had radioactive goo spilt all over her breasts? Whatever.
Next you pick a Morality:
This will decide your faction. Think of Horde vs. Alliance in WoW.
Then you pick your Mentor. A hero can pick Superman, Batman or Wonder Woman, while a villian can choose The Joker, Lex Luther or Circe. These don't affect combat. From all I can see they decide your starting area and the type of quest loot you might get.
Now is probably one of the more important decisions. You super powers. Your super power will decide you roll. This will be your class. The super powers are broken down into three catagories: Tank, Healer and Controller. Mind you every super power has the option to be a damage dealer.
If you're anything like me, at this point you'd go only and see what power cry about the most. Alot of the tears seemed to flow towards fire. And appearently they failed to extinguish fire's OPness.
From here you get to select the way your super hero will get around. Movement modes come in three flavors: Flight, Acrobatics and Super Speed. Super Speed makes you look the most rediculous so naturally I selected it.
Weapon type is the next thing you get to choose, and they is alot to pick from. I'm not going to go over all of them.
And now comes the best part of the character creation process: Making yourself look as slutty/rediculous as possible.
Nice. There's enough slut... But it needs a little more redic.
So all in all the game is pretty fun. It's a lot different from your standard WoW clone you might play. The combat system is fun. When you get stunned it's because you made a mistake, not because of RNG.