Fans of DC Comics' exotic fictional locales won't be disappointed either. "The Snowblind team is using their fourth generation game engine to create locations from the streets of Metropolis, to the far side of the universe - and beyond," said the scribe. "From the League's Watchtower headquarters on the surface of the moon, to bizarre extradimensional realms created especially for this game."
Though McDuffie is definitely a skilled writer, when it comes to gaming, he's ready to admit some shortcomings. "I've had a chance to goof around with the game a bit, but I'm a terrible player," he admits. "I'm really impressed with how well the story is integrated with the action, which is non-stop. All of the exposition is in the game play, so you're fighting but you'd better be thinking, too. And the heroes look fantastic using their powers."
Enough about the heroes- what about the villains? With such a great group of heroes, there are a lot of great villains who can be included in the game, and McDuffie revealed a few of the big players. "The scheme is something you'll have to work out for yourself, as it's part of your job while playing the game. The villains you know about include Gorilla Grodd, Queen Bee, Killer Frost and Brainiac, there's also a villain or two behind the scenes and if you don't figure out who before you get to their level, you're as good as dead."
Dead, huh? Guess it's time to look for some cheat codes. "Justice League Heroes" is set to hit stores this fall, but stay tuned to CBR News for more on this anticipated release.
CBR Staff Writer Arune Singh Contributed To This Story.