As a whole, I found DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power extremely enjoyable. I’d argue it to be fun for anyone who picks it up as it’s definitely something I haven’t got around to putting down yet. If you’re looking for something bursting with personality and something to enjoy for hours, this is definitely a game for you.
DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power succeeds in not feeling like a simple cash-grab. Much like its source material, it has genuine heart, plenty of activities to take part in, and a cast of characters who are simply adorable. Some of its more social open-world gameplay may feel a touch slapdash, but its colourful and explosive action more than makes up for it by being a blast of addictive and easy-to-grasp fun.
Потрясающая игра. Очень нравится мультсериал, удивлен, что по нему сделали игру. Отличная графика, боевая система, живой открытый мир. Но самое грандиозное это фотосъёмка. Как только достаешь фотоаппарат, всё вокруг специально для тебя начинает приходить в движение! А социальная сеть в игре позволяет чувствовать себя инстаблогером. Просидел в игре большое количество времени чисто на фотосьемке. Для фанатов мульта, да и фанов дс обязательно к покупке
I'm clearly not anywhere close to the target audience for this oddly Nintendo-published game, but despite that, I really enjoyed my time with it. DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power isn't perfect, with its reptitive missions and slightly over-the-top collectathon tendencies. But if I were a kid, and I was into this show or comics in general, and my parents had bought me a game like this to play, I'd have been absolutely over the moon. Judging it by my own standards wouldn't give a fair representation of what the game really is: a great little experience for the audience it's aimed at.
Impressively, this superhero action game isn’t just a cash-grab, shovelware release for kids. Batgirl, Supergirl, Wonder Woman, and friends are charming representations of their cartoon and comic-book counterparts with heaps of flair. The slice of life elements are decent, with humorous stories and meaningful drama peppered throughout, but not without superficial parts. Exploring the handful of open-world levels invites plenty of picture-taking and collect-a-thon fun, even if the rewards aren’t much more than levelling up, shopping for lacking clothing options, and a poorly implemented city-building mechanic. On the other hand, combat is addictive with notable scalability and satisfying skills to decimate an array of pesky robots and possessed toys across varied missions. Altogether, DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power is a surprisingly entertaining action and social game for the whole family.
DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power is a fun, simple, and accessible
animation-licensed game that will without a doubt appeal to its
target-audience. While veteran players will more likely be put off by
the game's simplicity, fans of the animated series will find a good
representation of the source material, an intuitive gameplay, and a very
fun - if not very challenging - combat system.
DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power is a bit of a mixed experience. The first impression is really good with nice graphics and fun battles, but the more we play the more cracks we see in the facade. The game does not nail the humor of the TV series, the battles are often overly messy, and some technical problems hampers experience. But despite all of the problems, we still have fun when we make our way around around Metropolis - even if the experience is more reminiscent of a licensed kid’s game than the giants of the genre.
Mister_Miracle you’re review is a joke literally all you talked about is how you don’t like a woman to show off her body in a way that’s sexy because it makes you uncomfortable lol. I got news for you men will be attracted to a womens body until the end of time and women will be attracting men using there body as well just the way it is. Anyway if you like beat em ups and dc comics I would say give this one a try especially if you have kids.
DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power
Not so super
DC Super Hero Girls: Teen power is a 6 and a half hour long mission based beat em up game where you can play as 6 different characters, Super girl, Wonder woman, and batgirl from the hero side, Harley Quinn, Cat Woman, and Star Saphhire
Youll unlock these characters as yopu progress htrough the game, as the heros and villians team up to take on the toys terrorizing the town.. In a way I was getting persona vibes here.. you can run around the 3 different mini locations as any of the girls in their civilian form any time youd like, go shopping, get smoothies..take pictures of stuff around town to get likes on social media you know… stuff teen girls do
or just stick to the mission, beat up some toys, defend buildings as you rebuild the town, complete hallenges to level up your characters.. coins to once again buy new outfits.. all of this on paper sounds great.. but dc super hero girls is ultimately a really empty and repetitive game.. combat and controls especially for the flying characters and catwoman feel loose rather than tight and controlled, making them just awkward to play as or complete their character focused missions, and combat in general aside from when you finally unlock star sapphire just isn’t fun… each charcter feels unique and you can unlock new moves for the girls to use, but enemies feel so spongy, that the combat never feels satisfying, and actually starts to get annoying toward the end… as enemies just get more and more annoying to deal with.. and mission wise, back to the repetitiveness… it all feels rinse and repeat, go to this location, defet enmeies or defend a building.. that’s the entire game.. going back to the same locations, rarely anything new… making the 6 hours or so game length feel just right.. it doesn’t over stay its welcome… it leaves right when it feels like it needs to…
Furthermore if you havnt seenthe tv show, don’t expect a coherent tory and world building.. it doesn’t exist here.. the game expects you to know the charatcers and their relationships.. this feels very much like a tv show tie in and not its own standalone thing for the female dc heroes and villians…
I didn’t refret my time spent with this game, but its not one I can recommend to those not buying soley on the face they want a game based on a show they love.
I give DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power
DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power is charming, but it has much more cons than pros, in general. The combat is extremely repetitive and lacks polish, the controls are clunky and the co-op gameplay is non-existent. Stick with the cartoon, it's probably a better idea.
SummarySuit up as the DC Super Hero Girls and save Metropolis. Join the fight as Wonder Woman, Supergirl, and Batgirl from the animated series DC Super Hero Girls, and save Metropolis from some of DC’s most notorious Super-Villains! Each hero can battle baddies with a unique set of abilities: Wonder Woman uses her warrior skills with the Lasso ...