‘Young Justice: Legacy’ Video Game, The Show’s Last Hurrah, Out Today
After a troubled development, several delays and news of the show it's based on being canceled, the video game Young Justice: Legacy is finally out today.
The game, which was written in conjunction with the show's producers and fills in the gap between Young Justice's first and second seasons on Cartoon Network, explains why some of the characters changed rather drastically. It's likely the last fans will be seeing of these versions of the characters, barring another tie-in comic series (the initial series, which ran for 25 issues, ended in February) or something similar. Check out a handful of screenshots after the jump.
Young Justice: Legacy is available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Steam, and Nintendo 3DS. Developer Little Orbit was forced to cancel the Wii and Wii U versions of the game last month due to quality issues and lack of retailer interest.
The game was originally slated for release in February, but changes to the character lineup necessitated delays. Playable characters in the final version of the game include Superboy, Robin, Batgirl, Aqualad, Zatanna and Nightwing, among others.