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Justice League Heroes for the DS lacks intense battles and super heroics of the console version but at least it gives us a game with a lot of cool characters and a lot to unlock. Sadly, this is just isn’t enough to make for a good portable action game even with Superman and Wonder Woman among the list of heroes. I recommend you skip this one and consider buying the console version instead.
Justice League Heroes on the DS is a disappointment, considering that the Xbox, PS2 and GBA versions are so much fun to blaze through. It would have been nice to see the game either follow the plot of the console versions or at least use more of the gameplay elements to keep the fun factor higher, but there's not a ton of super-stuff to love about this in the end. Unless of course you're a diehard DC fan who has to have every game that comes out featuring your favorite heroes, but even then you'll more likely than not consider this a guilty pleasure rather than a game you'll show off to friends as an example of the DS's prowess.
Justice League Heroes for the Nintendo DS is a prime example of why video games that are based on superheroes get such a bad rap. You may think you're bringing home a game that lets you play as your favorite Justice League characters. But in reality, all you're getting is a generic, mediocre beat-'em-up game that has been decorated with some logos and still-frame pictures to make the product seem legitimate.
Diesen Monat gibt es eine richtige Superhelden-Schwemme für den DS. Als Superman, Flash, Spider-Man oder Wonder Woman prügelt ihr euch einer 3D-Vogelperspektive mit allerlei Schurken und nutzt dabei die speziellen Fähigkeiten der Helden. Leider ist die Steuerung hakelig, oftmals geht durch die ungewöhnliche Perspektive die Übersicht verloren und der Charme der Comics wird nicht ansatzweise eingefangen. Hier wurde viel Potenzial verschenkt, denn die vielen Helden schreien förmlich nach einem guten Multiplayer-Modus. Den sucht der Marvel-Fan aber vergebens
Justice League Heroes is certainly not a game that can be recommended for the DS. All in all, this is just a watered down port of an already mediocre game that is nothing short of crappy. If there’s anybody out there who MUST buy a Justice League game, just get the slightly less awful console versions.
The console game wasn't exactly a classic production to begin with, but there's nothing truly of merit in the Nintendo DS version of the Justice League Heroes design. It's got the heroes, but none of their charm. And it's yet another example of the Justice League idea never reaching its potential as a game...at least on the handheld side of things.
The only way you'd really want to play this game is if you're a diehard fan of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and The Flash and you don't mind beating up stupid robots for hours on end in dull levels. There are better beat 'em-up games for the DS, but there aren't nearly as many superhero choices. Unless you're in dire need of a portable Justice League game (and the migraines that will ensue from playing this turd of a title) stay away from this one.
D'agréable surprise sur PS2, Heros De La Ligue Des Justiciers se transforme en petite souillon vidéoludique tout juste bonne à récupérer les restes de son aîné afin de les utiliser de manière plus ou moins convenable. Peine perdue. Le titre de Sensory Sweep Studios ne vous vaudra que quelques crises d'apoplexie aiguës sans parler du sentiment de culpabilité qui vous habitera une fois que votre compte aura été débité de 48 euros.
Unfortunately Justice League Heroes is one of those games that gives licensed properties a bad name by failing on almost every level and squandering an opportunity to create something that does this franchise the "justice" it deserves. It's a real shame but it's not all that surprising given the history of games based on comic books, television and films. If you're really hungry for something portable check out the GBA game or wait for the game to come out on the PSP -- or better yet play the excellent Xbox version of the game from the comfort of your living room sofa.
The only positive aspect of this disastrous DS port is the high quality video introduction and cartoon trailers. They offer more excitement and production values than every level of the game combined. It will require more than a few super powers to make it through this mess.
The long tradition of execrable license tie-ins continues with Justice League Heroes for DS. Most of the potential here is unrealized, and what we have in the end is a sup-par brawler with boring combat, frustrating controls and production values that don’t exploit the glamor of the TV show. Even a hardcore Justice League fan will be hard pressed to enjoy this one.