DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power
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Get ready for DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power. This third-person superhero action game has an all-female team of heroes trying to keep metropolis safe from a selection of sinister toys and robots. This game is fun and cute, and that’s all its really trying to be. It steers well clear of the typical darker themes surrounding the DC universe and opts for something that is suitable for all ages. Join in the fun and take the fight back to the villains while doing your part to rebuild the damage done. IF you’re after something a bit cozier from DC, this is definitely the choice for you. Let’s get into it.
A third-person action game, this game allows you to pick from a selection of 6 superheroes and gives you free reign of the city of metropolis. You can run, jump and fly around to get from place to place and help out civilians. The game functions a lot like Lego Marvel Super Heroes and a little like that older Superman Returns game. You travel around and help people, maybe you’ll fight some evil toys, maybe you’ll help an old lady across a road or find a chubby hamster somewhere as a collectible.
While that’s happening, for some reason, the girls are also given the ability to choose how to rebuild a section of the city named Hob’s Bay. They can choose what goes where, which clothing stores and whatnot are available. This provides an interesting gameplay diversity, but the game doesn’t reach out any further than that.
The characters all play sufficiently differently, and there is something very satisfying about using their ultimate attacks to dispense of multiple enemies when you become overwhelmed. For what it is, the game is a serviceable action game and manages to stay fun and clean for its full 6 hours runtime.
The story follows the hero girls as teenagers as they are trying to balance their daily lives with moonlighting as superheroes. The group realize that the Toyman, a supervillain, has begun releasing toys to destroy parts of the city and generally cause mayhem. Its up to the girls to put a stop to that nonsense and slap some sense into the man. There is a lot of humor and heart that runs in this game and its clear early on. Somehow you find yourself rooting for the characters, even if they are a little too obsessed with hunky boys. At first, you’ll think that you don’t care about hunky boys or plush hamsters, but, over time, this game may convince you otherwise.
The visuals of this game are actually very cute. With an interesting cell-shaded look, the characters are all adorable and the world is detailed enough in its own style that it blends well together. There is something soft and cartoony about it all, which lends well to the younger audiences, making this the perfect game to get for a child.
A brilliant game that doesn’t try to be something its not. It’s a funny and sweet game that is great to snuggle up on the couch and play.
- Great visuals and art style
- Excellent gameplay
- Amusing writing
- Could have done with a bit more gameplay depth