As fans make their peace with the cancellation of Cartoon Network's DC Nation block standby, Young Justice, Little Orbit is carrying on promoting its upcoming tie-in video game and its canonical storyline bridging the show's first and second seasons. Now due out on September 10 following a delay, Young Justice: Legacy will put players in control of squad
Zatanna and Beast Boy have finally come out swinging/backwards-spell-saying/shapeshifting in Little Orbit's new Young Justice: Legacy video game teaser trailer. The heroes join ten other titanic teens including Superboy, Nightwing, Artemis, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Tempest, Cheshire, Miss Martian and Robin - meaning the only hero left to catch in action is Rocket. The gameplay footage in the trailer is pretty brief, and seems to revisit territory we've seen in the game's E3 build and even recent screen shots, but it's nice to see some new faces smashing purple bug-like robots in jungle ruins.
With Young Justice currently on hiatus as part of Cartoon Network's DC Nation programming block, fans are jonesing for some kind of sign of life from the animated series (besides, of course, its current McDonald's Happy Meal toy tie-in). Since its story will officially serve as a bridge between the show's first and second seasons, the latest batch of scree
Things have been mostly quiet on the Young Justice: Legacy front lately, much to the dismay of those currently catching the show's second season on Cartoon Network. CA's Andy Yen wasn't totally in love with the early build of the game he played at E3, but like most fans
Cartoon Network's Emmy Award-winning Young Justice television series stars some of the DC Universe's youngest heroes, so it's not a stretch to see a video game tie-in in development. Relatively new publisher Little Orbit has the reins of the game, entitled Young Justice: Legacy. It's an action RPG title
ComicsAlliance made its first trek to the Electronic Games Expo 2012 this past week, taking in a bevy of comic book and superhero related titles including The Avengers: Battle For Earth, the reimagined Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition for Nintendo's upcoming Wii U console, plus Injustice: Gods Among Us, Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes, The Amazing Spider-Man game, Young Justice: Legacy and many others. If you've never been to an E3 before, the closest comparison just mig
Cartoon Network's Young Justice has a new videogame on the horizon for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, plus Nintendo's Wii and DS from equally young game publisher Little Orbit. Slated for an early 2013, Youn