Justice League coming next week

Midway Games Inc. announced today that Justice League: Injustice for All, based on the DC comic book franchise, will ship for GBA on Monday, Nov. 18, 2002. The popular super hero characters will also be featured in videogames currently in development for PS2, Xbox and GameCube.
Midway Delivers the Greatest Super Heroes of All Time to Game Boy Advance With Justice League: Injustice for All When Global Catastrophe Strikes, the Justice League Bands Together to Fight for Truth, Justice and Freedom CHICAGO - Nov. 15, 2002 - Midway Games Inc. (NYSE:MWY - News), a leading software industry publisher and developer, announced today that Justice League: Injustice for All, based on the DC comic book franchise and hit animated Cartoon Network television series, will ship for the Game Boy® Advance on Monday, Nov. 18, 2002. The popular super hero characters will also be featured in videogames currently in development for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox(TM) video game system from Microsoft and Nintendo GameCube(TM). In Justice League: Injustice for All, the greatest super heroes of all time must band together to fight the Injustice League. Gamers can choose from the seven core members of the Justice League team including Batman, Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Hawkgirl and Martian Manhunter. Fighting for truth, justice and freedom, the Justice League's mission is to protect the world from infamous evildoers The Joker, Lex Luthor, Mongul, Cheetah, Solomon Grundy, The Shade, Star Sapphire and Felix Faust. "Gamers and comic book fans alike will now be able to unleash the powers of these hugely popular super heroes on the Game Boy Advance," said Helene Sheeler, vice president of marketing, Midway. Justice League: Injustice for All allows players to battle the Injustice League through 12 levels, where they can switch between super heroes to continue the action and stay out of danger. Each member of the Justice League can utilize their own special powers such as The Flash's Super Speed, Superman's Heat Vision or Green Lantern's Power Ring. Justice League: Injustice for All Game Boy Advance Key Features: Classic Super Heroes -- Play as one of the seven members of the Justice League: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Hawkgirl, Green Lantern or Martian Manhunter Non-stop Action -- If one hero is in danger, gamers can immediately switch to another member of the Justice League to continue the action Unique Powers -- Utilize special powers including The Flash's Super Speed, Superman's Heat Vision and Green Lantern's Power Ring as the battle between good and evil takes place on the ground or in the air -- with certain characters having the power to fly Extended Life Span -- Accumulate power-ups throughout the game that restore health and provide extra lives to extend gameplay Multiple Game Levels -- Fight through 12 levels in a face-off with the powerful Injustice League The Justice League's adventures began in 1940 when DC Comics' All-Star Comics introduced the first-ever group of super heroes in a comic book series, entitled Justice Society of America, which ran until 1951. DC Comics revived the concept in March 1960, renaming it Justice League of America. The League became the longest-running television cartoon based on a comic book when Hanna-Barbera Studios produced it as Super Friends (1973), The All-New Super Friends (1977), Challenge of the Super Friends (1978), The World's Greatest Super Friends (1979) and The Super Friends Hour (1980) for Saturday mornings, each with new characters added and each produced for ABC Television. Justice League of America, a monthly comic book, continues to be one of DC Comics' best-selling titles, consistently ranking among the top ten in industry sales. The Warner Bros. Animation-produced series, Justice League, premiered on Cartoon Network on Nov. 17, 2001, and quickly became an audience favorite with children and adults alike, ranking consistently in the network's top ten performers. Issue #1 of the animated series tie-in comic book, entitled Justice League Adventures, debuted in Nov. 2001 and is one of the industry's top sellers. The console version of Justice League of America has not been officially proposed to Sony Computer Entertainment America.