Talk:Justice League Task Force (video game)

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Developer - Blizzard Entertainment[edit]

I removed all of the information regarding Blizzard as the game developer (except for staff listings). I've been unable to find any sources with this information. On the other hand, I've found several sources saying that Sunsoft was the developer (including the box art). [1] [2]. Also, the Wikipedia article for Blizzard North states that it was developed before they were purchased by Blizzard. The confusion behind the developer is why I did not replace Blizzard Entertainment with either Sunsoft or Condor. Jaded150 05:43, 12 December 2006 (UTC)

Holy crap, before editing out facts try doing a little research. All you'd even have to do was PLAY THE GAME (download the ROM and play on an emulator if you must) and you'll see it's got Blizzard's logo when you first start. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 75.41.6.23 (talk) 18:16, 19 September 2007 (UTC)