Justice League Task Force (video game)

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Justice League Task Force
Cover art
Developer(s) Sunsoft
SNES: Blizzard Entertainment
MD: Condor, Inc.
Publisher(s) Acclaim Entertainment
Composer(s) Matt Uelmen (MD)
Glenn Stafford (SNES)
Platform(s) Genesis, SNES
Release date(s) MD: SNES:
  • JP October 27, 1995
  • NA 1995
  • EU 1995
Genre(s) Versus fighting game
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

Justice League Task Force (ジャスティス・リーグ?) is a SNES and Sega MegaDrive/Genesis tournament fighting game developed by Sunsoft and published by Acclaim in 1995. The SNES version was co-developed by Blizzard Entertainment and the Mega Drive version by Condor, Inc. (later known as Blizzard North).

It involves characters from DC Comics' Justice League. For this game, the characters include Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow, The Flash, and Aquaman.

The game style is the versus fighting game genre, akin to the Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat series.





Screen capture of a typical round of the game.

The intro starts off with the exact words coming from Darkseid: You will never defeat me. I control technology. I have the power to DESTROY YOUR MIND!Darkseid attacks the planet Earth, destroying a military base in the process. A member of the Justice League (that the player chooses to play as) tracks down the other members for information and aid only to be attacked by those heroes in their related locations.

As the hero defeats the other Justice League members, they deduce that the others aren't the real leaguers, but rather android clones. Coming to this conclusion, the hero battles Cheetah and then Despero for more information.

They both lead the hero to Darkseid, who then forces the hero to fight their android clone. Upon defeating the clone, the hero must face Darkseid himself.

After the hero defeats him, the other League members are freed, and the military base is restored.


Stages Corresponding characters


The graphics in this game are very similar to The Death and Return of Superman, as both games share development teams.[citation needed]


This game was number 9 on ScrewAttack's Top 10 Worst Fighting Games.[2]


  1. ^ Sega. "Sega of Japan Hardware Archive: Mega Drive: Third-Party Master List". Table, under 1995: "ジャスティスリーグ". Retrieved 29 April 2011. 
  2. ^ GameTrailers. "ScrewAttack's Top Ten: Top Ten Worst Fighting Games". GameTrailers.com. Retrieved 30 July 2012. 

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