Games Radar offers up a list of some games the makers probably wish we'd forget about; real stinkers, one and all.|
What the hell is this? Justice League: Task Force is a 2D one-on-one fighter that was released in 1995, three years after everyone was already sick of half-assed Street Fighter knockoffs.
Whose fault is it? Blizzard. They make multiplayer games about orcs and stuff.
JL: Task Force treats comic fans to ugly characters, stiff animation, unresponsive controls and some of the most boring combat you'll ever experience. Topping it all off is the atrocious gameplay balance. While we wouldn't expect a game like this to stay 100% accurate to the comic books in terms of superhero strength, it's a complete cinch to beat down Supes using Aquaman. Come on. An embarrassment to both Blizzard and the superheroes it's based upon, Justice League: Task Force should ideally be left to rot in a collector's closet amongst polybagged Youngblood#1s.