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Old 10-11-2012, 06:12 PM
TheMerc TheMerc is offline
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Wow, this looked good because it's the Justice league after all but after reading all these bad reviews I'm wondering if it's even worth a buck. Real shame.

Arguably the best superhero game on iOS has to be Batman Arkham city lockdown.
I don't know if I'd agree with that. Sure, Arkham City Lockdown is a great game, but there's a lot of competiton for that top spot (Spider-Man Total Mayhem, The Dark Knight Rises, and Avengers Initiative as well, a game which shows a lot of promise by featuring free episodic updates featuring different Avengers). Of course, everything is subjective, so if that's your opinion, it's all good too!
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Old 10-11-2012, 06:20 PM
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Ok game, plays like Thor with a more cartoony feel. Was a little disappointed in the graphics on my new ipad. Liked Thor better than this game, but it's worth a buck during this sale.
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Old 10-11-2012, 10:50 PM
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do i need to pay extra bucks for flash and green lantern? or i can eventually unlock them if i grind enough?
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Old 10-13-2012, 07:53 PM
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do i need to pay extra bucks for flash and green lantern? or i can eventually unlock them if i grind enough?
I'd like to know that myself. How long of a grind is it to unlock those super heroes. This game is good for a buck and better than I expected.
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Old 10-13-2012, 09:31 PM
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I'd like to know that myself. How long of a grind is it to unlock those super heroes. This game is good for a buck and better than I expected.
It's friggin ridiculous, honestly. You gain the power points needed to buy them terribly slowly. With a maxed out Wonder Woman I was able to get about 80 a level IIRC. Without not maxed characters I was lucky to get 50. New characters cost 1,500. Costumes all costs thousands, too. So do the hero cards you can buy for buffs, and they also cost a lot of points to upgrade. At least they start you with about 1,000 to play around with, so if you want to buy another character save it for your favorite and don't give in to the temptation to buy a cool new costume or card the way I did.

This is a good game if you don't care so much about the extra stuff, but if you do it's set to almost force you to buy it via IAP.

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Old 12-21-2012, 07:18 PM
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Is this game comparable to Justice League Heroes? I LOVED that game, even though it was kinda short, lacked bonus/training missions, and--worst of all--FORCED players to play as certain characters for most of the game!

I've watched youtube vids of JL: EFD and it looks pretty fun. It seems fairly challenging (I watched players in vids die during easy mode pretty often: no matter how careful they were).

I LOVE games that let you play as Supes/Supergirl and fly around and blast enemies with heat vision, and I love ARPGs that let you level up characters. I also love a lot of beat-'em-ups. I also like the idea of the support cards and I have problem shelling out a few more bucks via IAPs.

I have played both X-men Legends and MUA games, and I even liked both versions of MUA2...including the psp version with the lag and bad loading times!

I heard the music and gameplay are repetitive, but as long as it's fairly challenging, I don't mind the repetition and I'm even willing to turn off all sound to bypass the music tracks (I HOPE it changes between chapters!).

Another issue I heard was that the controls are a bit wonky, but I heard it's relatively easy to adjust to them.

I REALLY want another dc ARPG because they're so few of them. I heard that flying characters might not be able to fly in Young Justice Legacy (comes out in February)! I hope that's not true or has been reconsidered.

It sounds like some ppl have already finished the game. The more opinions, the merrier! Thanks in advance for any additional comments!
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Old 12-21-2012, 07:39 PM
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Eh, this game's alright. Bought it for a buck, played a couple levels, then deleted. Pretty repetitive, not much to it.
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Old 12-23-2012, 06:27 PM
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Eh, this game's alright. Bought it for a buck, played a couple levels, then deleted. Pretty repetitive, not much to it.
Cool, thanks for the input!
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