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Justice League Heroes - PlayStation Portable

by Eidos
Platform : Sony PSP
Rated: Teen

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  • Use the destructible environment against your enemies at will and experience firsthand the awesome force of your superpowers in battle
  • Customize your team as much or as little as you see fit, learn new combination powers and make the heroes your own by forging specialized boosts for their superpowers
  • Play in cooperative team and single-player modes
  • Story voiced by renowned talent like Ron Perlman, Michael Jai White, Chris Edgerly, Ralph Garman and more
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • ESRB Rating: Teen Teen
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

Platform for Display: Sony PSP
  • ASIN: B000H1R0D2
  • Product Dimensions: 18.4 x 10.8 x 2.5 cm
  • Release Date: Nov. 22 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,155 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

Product Description

Platform for Display: Sony PSP

In Justice League: Heroes, Brainiac and his villain cronies have developed a master plan to conquer the world and eliminate the Justice League forever. Using the extraordinary super powers and expert fighting techniques of the Justice League, players must save humanity from Brainiac's destruction -- and the even darker forces that are lurking behind the scenes. Unite Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Wonder Woman and other extraordinary characters to form the most powerful force

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By Silverpepsiguy on Jan. 22 2009
Platform for Display: Sony PSP
Not as good as X-Men Legends 2 and Marvel Ultimate Alliance, but still a fun game, the only down is the fact that you only play with two characters at a time and most of the times, the second character doesn't do much to help you in the game (he just copies what you do, which sometime is not helpful.)
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Amazon.com: 42 reviews
23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Really good--A DC fan's dream game... Jan. 6 2007
By Major Tom - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Sony PSP Fun:   
This game came out against Marvel's "Ultimate Alliance", and I heard it wasn't as good. I now have both games, and while it's not the same animal as M:UA, it's a great game in it's own way. As others have noted, it's probably closer to the X-Men: Legends games. But historically, games featuring Batman and Superman have really sucked. This is probably the best game featuring the DC Characters EVER: Bats, Supes, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, John Stewart Green Lantern (Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner GL's also unlockable), Flash, and Zatanna (who quickly became my favorite) are the main playable characters. Green Arrow and others are able to be bought as you play through the game. This may the game's weakest point, that you only get to play with 2 characters at once, and only have character selection at certain points in the game.

The game's other strong points: graphics (the cut scenes look weird at first but actually get even more awesome as you progress), sound, music, characterization and story (by comic/JLA cartoon writer Dwayne McDuffie) are also almost perfect. The game also has replay value--as you progress you power up your characters more and more, and can replay through the game with your powers on a different skill level.

In short, JL:H has been overshadowed by other games, but is highly Recommended.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Very Good Game Oct. 12 2010
By new to ds lite - Published on Amazon.com
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After reading some of the other reviews I was hesitant to order this game for my son. But since he is a Batman and Superman enthusiast I figured I could not go wrong. I am soo glad I ignored the other reviews. My son LOVES this game. My husband also said that the game is very good and equal to or possibly better than Ultimate Alliance. So if you have a superhero lover in your family I would recommend this game.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Justice League Heroes Aug. 27 2007
By Albert Hayat - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display: Sony PSP Fun:   
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.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Worthwhile buy... March 1 2011
By Kal-el - Published on Amazon.com
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Game is fun and nostalgic. Enough long levels to keep you busy. Customization is cool. I also reccomend the PS2 version of this game. Can play each JLA member and customize powers. Very involving, sad when the game story finally ended. But I just had to repeat it, it was fun. Wish they released a new version for PS3.
Excellent Snowblind/Diablo type game with the DC Universe characters Feb. 10 2011
By WolfPup - Published on Amazon.com
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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. This game was probably commissioned in response to Raven's X-Men Legends and Marvel Ultimate Alliance games. Superficially those are similar-overhead view, basically an action RPG-but while I love Raven as a developer, I've hated all their games done in that style-they're too spastic for me to enjoy.

Justice League Heroes on the other hand has a more deliberate pacing that like Snowblind's earlier games just feels perfect.

Obviously any time you put characters with vastly different levels of power in a game, you're going to have to bend the rules a bit so that it's somehow plausible that Batman and Superman can be fighting the same enemies. Snowblind actually did a really great job though making some of the characters feel much more powerful. They also managed to do a good job representing powers and abilities in this, and you get to play a large number of characters. They also managed to give it the same kind of fun progression system that their fantasy RPGs have, even though you're not equipping armor and weapons like you would in those, where instead you're powering up various powers. (I remember I put a lot of power into Superman's heat vision, so it could kind of just tear through everything as you'd expect from the books.)

Anyway, I'd highly recommend this for DC fans, or even if you don't care at all about them, for fans of dungeon hack type games. The PSP has a large number of games in that genre, but Justice League Heroes is actually by far the best that I've played...probably because Snowblind is easily one of the best developers of this type of games I've ever seen.

The only bad thing about this game is it never got a follow up, and Snowblind hasn't published anything until their Lord of the Rings game later this year (which, given their track record, I'm really looking forward to!)

Also I should note, Justice League Heroes is the same game on the PSP, PS2, and Xbox 1. I'd personally get the PSP version since all things being equal, I'd rather have a portable version, but the other two versions should be excellent as well.

A game with the same name was also published on Nintendo's Gameboy Advance, and on their DS, but those two versions are completely separate from this, and from each other, by two different developers. I actually would also recommend the Gameboy version, which is a side scrolling fighter where you're controlling The Flash, developed by WayForward (who also did the recent Batman: The Brave and the Bold for the Wii that's somewhat similar). The DS version though got terrible reviews, and is by a...well...not as good of a developer, so skip that one.

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