This is the first time the spirit of being The Flash has truly been captured. Taking control of a superspeedster and literally running circles around enemies is a ton of fun, and players will be left with a sense of what it might be like to really wear the crimson tights.
In the end, Justice League Heroes The Flash is a decent arcade action game that really delivers the goods to Game Boy Advance players. It's a shame that the DS version isn't half as good as Flash's solo adventure.
Going very fast is that Flash's whole point, and luckily his standout game gets the idea right. The combat is designed around that premise and works well. Beneath the flashy exterior, however, this game is a typical beat-em-up, for better or worse.