Summary: kind of fun but very similar to other games ,like Marvel Ultimate Alliance, except with smaller mission teams(with less controller change options) and NO team member choice options, which is the biggest game flaw.
Summary: This game sucks. They don't feel like the heroes that they are. The only real difference between any of these superheroes is what they can and can't lift and their costumes. I don't quite think the gameplay works all that well for the Justice League. It works very well in the X-Men Dimension games and the Marvel Ultimate Alliance game, but in this game, it just feels dull. Quite possibly because almost all of the superheroes in DC are just very powerful.
Summary: My wife and I were thrilled when JLH came out and got it immediately. We're both big Justice League fans (mostly from tv) but could not help but be very dissapointed with the game. We played two-players and enjoyed the different abilities of the characters. However the overhead view (much like the X-Men games but not as good) often obscured the action and lots of tight spaces made running in tandem difficult more often than it needed to.
Excerpt: Theres only one thing better than a superhero and that's an entire gang of superheroes. Justice league were formed in the 60's and theyve been saving the world ever since, thwarting the nefarous plans of countless villians including time-bending alien braniac and the ruler of planet Apokolips, Darkseid, both of whom appear in the game.
Pros: Loads of classic DC heroes
Cons: Drab slog through a series of boring corridors