Pros Modest likenesses of the movie actors
Cons Imposssible opponents, excessively elaborate control combinations, CRAPPY game dimensional walls
Summary Aside from the fact that it's virtually impossible to beat Overcast no matter what the hell you do, this game was OBVIOUSLY rushed and delivered with gaping game holes and functional deficiencies. On literally every level, you find Superman standing/flying/moving halfway through walls and barriers and getting stuck. The navigation controls to locate villains/opponents works less than 1/4 of the time. The offensive control combinations are quirky and anything BUT intuitive, and the fact that there are TIME LIMITS on how long you have to defeat an opponent BLOWS!!! Overall, this piece of crap game gets a D+, and that's only because of the accuracy of the characters to the movie characters. Oh, and the convenient "if you press a control button out of sequence for key unlocks and easter eggs, you're screwed and can not return to the point in the game to retry - you have to go all the way back to the beginning of the game" limitation sucked worse than Steve Lombards's interviewing style.