In an alternative universe where Superman establishes a new world order under his iron fist, Batman and other heroes must fight back against Superman and those that have pledged their allegiance to his dictatorship.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Arrow (voice)
Sinestro / Nightwing (Dick Grayson) / Atlantean Soldier (voice)
Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) / Lex Luthor's Exo-Suit (voice)
Batgirl (voice)
Announcer (voice) (as Amy Carle)
Batman (voice)
Debra Doetzer ...
Endings Narrator (voice)
Wonder Woman / Radio Host 1 (voice)
The Joker / Radio Host 2 (voice)
Deathstroke / Ares (voice)
The Flash / Nightwing (Damian Wayne) / Regime Soldier #2 (voice)
Shazam / Black Adam / Reporter (voice)


In an alternate world Superman has not only mistakenly killed his wife Lois Lane and their unborn son, but destroyed Metropolis with a nuclear bomb. When it was discovered by Superman that Batman's enemy: The Joker was the mastermind behind Superman's mistake by drugging him. In retribution Superman kills The Joker. In the real world The Justice League fights the Injustice League in metropolis and the Justice League Watchtower. As The Joker and his girlfriend Harley Quinn set a nuclear bomb in Metropolis, most of the Justice League members and The Joker were teleported to the alternate world where Superman is the oppressive ruler of the Planet Earth and where that world's Batman is a rebel trying to topple the empire. The real world's Justice League must team up with the alternate world's Batman and end the alternate Superman's empire. Written by John Wiggins

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16 April 2013 (USA)  »

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The plot of the game is similar to the two-part episode of the animated series Justice League (2001) called "A Better World", where the Justice League are sent to an alternate reality where Superman has become a tyrant and the Justice League have taken control of the world. The only difference is this version also has a separate faction led by Batman that opposes Superman's regime. See more »


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For the fans of fighting games
6 July 2014 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

I picked up this fighting game because I thought "Okay, I enjoyed the Arkham series even though the third one was glitchy, how about I pick this up". To be honest in terms of game-play I do prefer Marvel Vs Capcom 3 but if you're a fan of both comic book companies then this is worth checking out as well as Marvel Vs Capcom. The story involves an accident that transports some of the DC Heroes and Joker to an alternate world wherein Superman goes crazy after their reality's Joker made him kill Lois and Superboy, he rounds up all the heroes and villains of that reality to scare people into following him. The heroes must go along with the help of their reality's Batman, Lex Luthor and Deathstroke among others to stop Superman's reign. The game-play is okay as is the character selection. I'd say if you're a fan - go buy it.

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