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I have been dreading this review for some time now. Young Justice Legacy on the Nintendo 3DS is one of the worst turn based strategy video games I have ever played. We follow a mundane story of a scientist being kidnapped. Except she is being handed off from super villain to super villain. The only reason is so we can fight them along the way.

When our characters attack in Young Justice Legacy the game shows their attack animation. Then five seconds later it shows the effect on the character being attacked. Playing Young Justice Legacy feels like trudging through a swamp on foot. It is slow, painful, and anger inducing.

Young Justice Legacy does not allow us to move the camera around. Which means obstacles will block your view. I could not see where to place characters in certain screens. So I had to go the long way around the obstacles (like boxes) to get to the enemies. The enemies use this to their advantage.

We play the same levels multiple times in each area. There is always a three on three battle. Sometimes after beating a few of the enemies another one or two appears to replace them. It always keeps them at three or less. Boss characters will join in later battles. They are not very interesting to fight.

There is enticement to lust, and violence issues in Young Justice Legacy. I also noticed bad attitudes from characters as I trudged through the text. Almost everything about Young Justice Legacy put me to sleep. The story, battles, animations, and pace. The strategy is simplistic, and leveling up produced few benefits. Outside of the more attack and health points.

Players are given a set team to fight with in each region. Their attacks will grow with levels. Nothing of note however.
- Paul


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 50%
Replay/Extras: 30%
Gameplay: 10%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Little Orbit
Farsight Studio
Rating: 'E10+' - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Mild Fantasy Violence}

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