Young Justice: Legacy is an Action RPG video game where players can create a squad from 12 possible heroes to explore, fight, gather experience, and level up.
The game will feature both solo and multiplayer missions that follow an epic plotline spanning locations all across the world of Earth-16. Based on WB's animated series currently airing on Cartoon Network, the show's creators have collaborated on the storyline which takes place between Season 1 and Season 2 of the show.
The cast of revealed playable heroes so far include the core team members: Robin, Aqualad, Miss Martian, Superboy, Kid Flash, and Artemis. No surprises there for anyone who could pick them out from the silhouettes in the website's art. But each character will have signature moves and skills that make them unique to the player's squad.
And now the first six villains have now been posted on the game's Official website. Each of these characters will be featured in their own showdown at the end of a mission during the game.
Young Justice: Legacy has no review on Wii's World.
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