I like most of the characters, but some of them were done too terribly for words. So if you want to rent it go ahead but if you rent it love it! However, there is a special twist at the end that I won't reveal, suffice it to say it involves a really powerful enemy with a large head. The graphics are pretty good considering that this. I'd never even heard of her until now, I guess she's from a bunch of comics or something, but she just felt a little overly arrogant and out of place with all these really famous superheroes and before you start going on about the Flash, just leave him out of it. The levels looked pretty good, but after a while, it just felt like a tedious 1-2-3 process with little variety, so it's not too replayable. Players battle through famous locations such as Metropolis, S.
Green Arrow looked good, but they guy who voiced him sounded like a cross between Ian McShane and Columbo, when he's supposed to have a proper English voice. It is better that spi. I mean, sure, it was actiony, the level designs were good, and the graphics are actually really good for that era, but everything that was going on just felt all-over-the-place. Still, this is a pretty small game, so if you're interested in it, I'd say it's only worth a rent, because you'll have done about all you can or want to do by the time you return it. Luckily Justice League Heroes is definetely diffe. In Finland, genetically-engineered creatures take over the top secret Deep Space Communications Array. So what's my opinion on this game from a complete standpoint? I mean, the Justice League pretty much just kept splitting up and dealing with crises as they sprung up; all they knew for sure is that Brainiac was somehow involved, slightly.
Players can allocate their orbs and boosts to customize heroes to best suit their playing style. Try taking Aquaman's body, make it as pale as a baby's and then put a baby's head on it. Special shield icons placed throughout the game can be collected and spent to unlock characters and alternate costumes which affect the heroes' abilities as well their appearances. However, something inside me about the game prevents me from saying that it's bad, because it feels like it was a hearty, honest attempt at a good game about the Justice League, and to a great degree, it was! Like for example, who on Earth is Zatanna? First, this game has an original new story, but classic characteristic of each character. Engaging in one-to-two player cooperative combat, gamers are be able to customize and master these superpowers as they travel through interactive and destructible environments spanning the farthest corners of the universe. A team of super powered criminals, having never worked together before, seize a Nevada missile base.
Justice League Heroes is an action adventure game with role-playing customization featuring Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Zatanna and other unlockable Justice League super heroes. Each hero possesses an array of character-specific, upgradeable superpowers resulting in unique controls and fighting-styles. Really fun game to play with espec. The story is very good accordin. The boosts range from enhanced damage, efficiency, attack range, luck, speed, and super power duration.
I really liked the ability to go in and play as some of the Justice League characters who I knew and loved growing up, and still do. The environment is huge and sometimes we get confused that on which way should we go. This is a reasonably enjoyable game, I think. Often developers get lazy on the story and just use a good license, but ruin all its potential. . Except when it comes to some of the less important ones.
However, Huntress and Hawkgirl were done pretty well. Anyway, the character designs on a few of the unlockable characters were terrible. One thing you gotta give this game is that they really did a good job from the hero standpoint. Multiple boosts can combine into a single, more powerful boost. It has good graphics, lot of characters, good voices, and good and unique game.
DescriptionMilitary robots cause havoc in a high tech Metropolis research facility. Like I said before, the levels themselves were pretty good, but you only played in teams of two every time, and the process was almost universally the same: run through the level, find where you need to go, and do what you need to do. Boss battles are furious and unique, with no two defeated the same way. As of late, many gamers have begun to notice the definite loss of this very important element to gaming. The thing is, they didn't really put it together more and more as time went on, and the game should have had a bit more of a cohesive feel to it.
It is the best game i ever played in superheroes. One pretty iffish thing about this game is the story. If you're going to get this game, you're going to have to be one of those people who likes to do one thing repeatedly. The combat moves were something great; they really lent a unique feel to the characters in that they weren't simply melee attacks although believe me, there were plenty , but also special moves, like Batman's batarangs, Superman's laser eyes and ice breath, and Green Lantern's light hammer. That's literally what he looked like. The story mode is a little easy and short but it's still highly addictive and super fun, especially when someone else joins you. It just sort of felt bland, and uninteresting; there was no pizzaz that made me overjoyed to play through the level.
I'd say the game's biggest flaw is the gameplay. . . . . .