Justice League: Heroes

May 6, 2006: “Justice League: Heroes” Video Game Voice Talent

Key talent, including Ron Perlman, Michael Jai White, Ralph Garman and more, join forces in Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's JUSTICE LEAGUE: HEROES videogame, voicing the members of the legendary DC Comics' super hero team or feared super villains. JUSTICE LEAGUE: HEROES will be available on the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, Xbox video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PSP (PlayStation Portable) system in Fall 2006.

The slate of talent for JUSTICE LEAGUE: HEROES will include: Ron Perlman (Hellboy, Blade II, Justice League TV series) as Batman; Michael Jai White (Spawn, Spawn: The Animation) as Green Lantern; Crispin Freeman (Viewtiful Joe, Kingdom Hearts II) as Superman; Courtenay Taylor (God of War, Call of Duty 2: Big Red One) as Wonder Woman; Chris Edgerly (Drawn Together, Chicken Little) as The Flash; Kari Wahlgren (The Wild, Steamboy) as Zatanna; and Daniel Riordan (Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Star Trek: Enterprise) as Martian Manhunter. Portraying select villains will be Peter Jessop (Spawn: The Animation) as Brainiac and Carlos Alazraqui (Reno 911, Duck Dodgers) as The Key. Additionally, Ralph Garman (Family Guy, KROQ-FM Los Angeles' Kevin & Bean morning show, The Joe Schmo Show) will voice Green Arrow, one of the game's special unlockable super heroes.

Published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, distributed by Eidos Interactive and developed by Snowblind Studios, JUSTICE LEAGUE: HEROES is an action adventure game with role-playing customization featuring Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Zatanna and other unlockable Justice League super heroes. Award-winning comic and animation writer Dwayne McDuffie (Static Shock, Justice League, Damage Control, Deathlok) created the story for the game, in which each hero possesses an array of character-specific superpowers. Engaging in one-to-two player cooperative combat, gamers will be able to customize and master these superpowers as they travel through interactive and destructible environments spanning the farthest corners of the universe.

PS2 Controller Meanwhile, in other Video Game news, Naki has announced the up-coming release of a Superman Returns Wireless PS2 Controller. The controller will come in two different color schemes (shown right). The controller is scheduled for release on June 1st and should retail for around US$29.99.



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