Summary: I know nothing about these games and do not play them. I can only review according to my grandson's interest. This seems to be one of his favorites. It is not too easy so it keeps his interest and he tells me when he gets to different levels. It, also, is not too difficult because he is not one to play if it is too challenging. He is 9 years old.
Two boys' review: Awkward gameplay spoils DC debut on DS
Jared Castle "Oregon writer", Amazon
28 November 2008
Summary: I have two sons, ages 6 and 4, who are die-hard superhero fans. I grabbed this game during a sale, thinking Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash...wow! All these superheroes in one game! Well, all of those superheroes don't really matter when the gameplay is monotonous beat-'em-up. I was hoping for something along the lines of the Fantastic Four title on the Game Boy Advance, where each superhero has distinct skills and abilities.
Summary: I've read the other reviews and it's not as bad as people have been writing. Each JLA superhero (you can choose from Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash and Batman) is specialized. Each has characteristics unique to the charachters (Superman and Wonder Woman can fly, Flash is fast, etc.). The regular henchman are not unique, but that's true of a lot of video games. The bosses are distinct enough to keep it interesting. The graphics are excellent and the storyline is engaging.
Summary: Justice League Heroes is a surprisingly good super hero smash on the consoles, but on the DS it's a different story. Justice League Heroes for the DS is the kind of generic, bland, lame, super hero beat 'em up that gives licensed games of this type such a bad name. Playing as Superman, Batman, the Flash, and Wonder Woman; you'd think that there'd be some differences between all the characters considering their powers.