For the second big addition to the game, the developers let us take a romp through a space station infested with White Martians. This stage showed off the game's emphasis on teamwork, using Martian Manhunter and Superman as guinea pigs. One particular area of this stage was blocked off by Kryptonite lined walls, which reduced the Man of Steel to the Man of Tin Foil. Martian Manhunter, on the other hand, was able to waltz on by and access a nearby control panel, clearing out the deadly crystals and letting Supes pass on through. More fun use of teamwork came when we used Superman's Ice Breath to freeze some of the White Martians, leaving Manhunter to shatter our newly crafted ice sculptures into a million pieces.
Based on what we've seen so far, Justice League Heroes is shaping up to be a solid experience for comic fans. Plus, the extra polish being added to the game helps to prove that there's still plenty of life left in the current generation of consoles. And with a huge number of unlockable characters and costumes, customizable superpowers, and over-the-top action, Justice League Heroes looks to have gamers busting out the old Batman Underoos for a long time to come.