Justice League Task Force
Justice League is an average fighting game. The graphics are only average, and the sounds are below. Comic books fans (like the HERO guys) should love it. The moves are fairly easy to perform, but there is a delay after you do them. Each fighter needs more moves and maybe a bit of consistency to the characters from which they're based. Overall, I think I'd have you rent it to see if you like it. Personally, I don't think it'll generate lonq-standinq interest.
Well, it's got a cool intro with Darkseid talking to you about taking over the world or something. Seriously, Justice League would be a cool game if, of course, the control was tweaked. Many of the moves are just dam near impossible to get off. Save for some basic charge moves, everything else you do is too much work to be any fun. What about the music, you ask? Yikes. turn it down. If you do manage to perform any moves, you'll be disappointed at how few there are.
There isn't much to say about this game except that it is almost identical to the Super NES version in every respect. To reiterate my Super NES review, the controls are not what I would call precise and responsive. The special moves for each character are a chore to pull off, making the game a bit frustrating. The animations are choppy, killing the flow of the fight. Furthermore, no work was done on the story because each character had the same one. That's pretty lame.
For a fighting game, this is pretty sluggish. I love the concept of the DC heroes and villains slugging it out, but the animation and game play is a bit lagging. It does play and look a lot better than the Genesis version, but it is still far behind the tightness of SF. The one good point is the way they incorporated special moves for each character. They are creative and effective but not quite enough to cover the slow fighting style. However, fans of the heroes should definitely check it out.
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode