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Justice League Injustice for all 


Midway has not been known for good video games for quite some time. Even longer since they have been known for creating family friendly titles. Justice League Injustice for all on the Gameboy Advance (GBA) is based on the super heroes from the Justice League cartoon before it became Justice League Unlimited. The major seven characters are playable, and after the super villain Lex Luthor. Two of the super heroes are playable in a level, and can be swapped around at any time. Different missions will have different playable characters. Their super powers are generally reproduced.

The graphics in Justice League Injustice for all are a big disappointment. Yes this is a GBA game, but the WMG expected a lot more. The little cut scene pictures are nice, but nowhere near the level of the cartoon. The details are bland, as are most the of the areas. There is quite a bit of mindless punching and kicking of enemies that look exactly the same in a level. The end bosses do look a wee bit different. Thankfully Midway no longer has this license.

The sounds in Justice League Injustice for all are just a little below average. The music does not do a lot for the WMG, however the special effects sounds are nicely done. There is no voice acting, which means the dialogue has to be read. The WMG did not hear any offensive sounds while playing this game.

The only replay that can be gotten from Justice League Injustice for all comes in replaying a level since the ultra powerful DC super heroes can get their life drained so easily. It is ridiculous how small the life bar is for the different playable characters. There is also no differential between say Superman, and Batman. They have the same life bar, and take the same damage. There are few secrets to unearth. Only one player can play this game at the same time. In the WMG’s opinion this game is not worth your extremely hard earned dollars.

The controls in Justice League Injustice for all work nicely, with a few exceptions. Batman does not have his grappling hook to climb out of deep pits, instead he does a wall jump. This wall jump does not work very well. Superman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern all fly nicely. The layout of the controls is done extremely well. The WMG did not have fun playing Justice League Injustice for all. The designs of the levels are bland, and uninteresting.

Super heroes are a part of fantasy that a lot of men have about saving those in need. The WMG wishes more men were worried about the lost souls. Eternal souls are way more important than lives. Most of this game is about getting the bad guy, and using a ton of violence to achieve that goal. No sequels please.
- Working Man Gamer


Graphics: 61%
Sound: 69%
Replay/Extras: 56%
Gameplay: 67%
Family Friendly Factor: 64%
System: Gameboy Advance
Publisher: Midway
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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