Summary: I bought this game I while ago, completed it, and put it away for a while. I've recently started replaying the game and I must say this game is great. The characters that are already in the game are really fun, and the missions are set up in a great way. You have 2 justice leaguers on your team, so batman and superman or flash and green lantern. Most levels you can't choose who you have, but there's always at least one fun character in each combination.
Summary: Purchase this for my son so far he can't seem to put it down and he said mom I love it so much, it give him some sense of what is right and what is wrong, not your average batman and robin but I can't complain
Summary: The grafics are awesome and the gameplay is fun. I love being able to actually fly with my characters even if it's more of a hover. I haven't yet finished the game but I have already played as many of the available characters and each one has an assortment of their powers to choose from to defeat enemies with. After defeating so many enemies you can then upgrade your skills or buy new ones.
Excellent Snowblind/Diablo type game with the DC Universe characters
10 February 2011
Summary: This won't be much of a review, but I saw this on my product page and thought I'd comment. I bought the PSP version when it originally came out, and personally think it's worth full price, let alone what Amazon's charging! The game was developed by Snowblind, who previously made a number of excellent "Diablo" or "Dungeon Siege" style games-stuff like Champions of Norath and Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance. I personally like their games better than Diablo actually.
Summary: I didn't like this game at first, but once i got further into the game and developed my heroes more it became enjoyable. I liked the xmen legends series and this one is similiar. Superman and Green Lantern are probably the most fun to play with. I actually considered picking this up on ps2 just to play it on a bigger screen. If you like DC characters and the xmen legends style, give this one a try.
Summary: While it's no Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, Justice League Heroes does offer up the chance to play as the best that the DCU has to offer. The graphics are good as is the rock-em sock-em simplistic approach to gameplay. The only real downside is the lack of characters to choose from and the lack of a whole lot of wardrobe changes. All in all, though, a good game for anybody who likes Action/Adventure games.