Excerpt: Justice League Heroes ... Gauntlet in the DC universe. Need I say more. Both the in-game action and cinematics of Heroes puts the JLA in a light the likes of which you have never seen before. While in the middle of the action, the heroes themselves come off very nicely and though you don't get a whole lot of detail from the very removed camera angle, the iconic suits and color schemes are all you really need.
Excerpt: I honestly don't know why, but it seems impossible to make a decent game based on a character from DC Comics. Honestly, even Marvel super heroes manage to appear in decent games every now and then, the most recent being the rather fun Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, a natural evolution of the X-Men Legends games. Meanwhile, the most recent DC Comics game, Superman Returns, is anything but super.
Excerpt: The primary goal for Snowblind Studios' Justice League Heroes this holiday season is to be better than Raven Software's Marvel Ultimate Alliance. In that respect, it fails. Justice League Heroes is simply too clunky, too short, too ragged around the edges and too small in scope to really compete. It isn't a complete wash, though.
Excerpt: A few years ago, Marvel’s X-Men team made a name for itself in RPGs with the release of X-Men Legends . With the success of X-Men Legends , it was only a matter of time before the most popular comic book team in the DC Universe, The Justice League, made their appearance in RPG form. This came with the release of Justice League Heroes in October 2006. In the beginning of Justice League Heroes , a meteor comes crashing down to the Earth's surface.
Conclusion: move through a number of diverse, and well-designed, environments including the streets of Metropolis, the planet Mars, and a giant beehive. In each of these environments there are unique objects for your heroes to interact with, and to use against their enemies as weapons. Human strength characters like Batman and the Flash can pick up boxes, desks, and parking meters to bash over their enemies heads.