Justice League Heroes Previews

A few different websites have written up previews for Snowblind Studios' Justice League Heroes, based on what is known about the comic book action RPG up to this point. The first is at UGO:
Gameplay-wise, Heroes is a very action-based RPG, insofar as you won't have to worry about taking turns or anything like that. Wanna punch and shoot lasers outta your eyes Do it, damn it! Of course, behind all the frantic action is a pretty hardcore RPG which fans of the genre can dig into up to their elbows . See, the game is created by the guys behind Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance, so they know a thing or two about making a sweet action RPG.

The second is at Buzzscope:
Developed by Snowblind Studios, the game employs the fourth generation of their renowned current generation console technology previously seen in Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance, Champions of Norrath, and Champions: Return to Arms. It also includes a detailed visual style, an intense cooperative combat system, customizable super powers unique to each character and an engaging storyline by Emmy Award-winning writer Dwayne McDuffie.

And the third is at BonusStage:
According to early information, Justice League Heroes will have seven initial members to play as, with more unlocked as the game progresses. The power-packed roster includes Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Zatanna and Martian Manhunter, an eclectic grouping of heroes with decidedly different powers and skills to use. Of course, the promise of plenty of villainous star power for the heroes to do battle against is a given, with Superman's nemesis Brainiac as the head of the opposition. In terms of gameplay, Snowblind is clearly taking back some of the territory Activision snatched away with its hugely popular X-Men Legends games, but on a grander scale. Given that the Justice League is comprised of some of the most classic comic icons ever, their combined powers certainly dwarf the skills of a bunch of angst-filled mutants.