As much fun as it sounds, Project Justice does have a few bad marks. While there are a few extra characters to unlock (and yes, bouncy Tiffany is one of them), you can only watch the hilarious team up techniques over and over again for so long. Replay value is a bit lacking, especially since they took out the cool board game from the import version. While the game sports a Training mode, League Battle Mode, Tournament mode, and an Extra mode (gallery and music), it's not really enough to keep me coming back. There's also not a whole lot of depth to this game; the combo system is very simple and the timing to counters is very easy to learn. While I'm not exactly a fighting guru, even I was able to learn 20 plus hit combos in a matter of minutes. Still, if you're having a recess between a Dreamcast RPG or Phantasy Star Online, Project Justice delivers hilarious fighting action for those that never took high school too seriously.