The Man of Steel returns from the extinct planet Kyrpton to his home Metropolis only to find himself protecting it once more from foes such as Metallo, Mongul and Bizarro.


Flint Dille (screenplay), Marv Wolfman (story)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brandon Routh ... Superman / Clark Kent (voice)
Kate Bosworth ... Lois Lane (voice)
Kevin Spacey ... Lex Luthor (voice)
Parker Posey ... Kitty Kowalski (voice)
Sam Huntington ... Jimmy Olsen (voice)
Doug Abrahams ... The Citizens of Metropolis (voice)
John DiMaggio ... Bizarro / The Citizens of Metropolis (voice)
Todd Williams ... Mongul / The Citizens of Metropolis (voice)
Judd Trichter Judd Trichter ... The Citizens of Metropolis (voice)
Peter Lurie ... Riot / The Citizens of Metropolis (voice)
John Wynn ... The Citizens of Metropolis (voice)
Holly Fields ... Reporter / The Citizens of Metropolis (voice)
Dwight Schultz ... Mr. Mxyzptlk / The Citizens of Metropolis (voice)
John Billingsley ... Metallo / The Citizens of Metropolis (voice)
Michael Gough ... The Citizens of Metropolis (voice)


Loosely modeled off of the feature film Superman Returns, the game ventures into a more intricate story. After stopping a meteor shower from destroying Metropolis, Superman ventures to the planet Krypton only to find it destroyed and undiscovered. Upon his return home he is stopped by the Warlord where he faces off against Mongul. Victory goes to Superman and upon returning home, he finds that it is overrun with robots and their leader Metallo. To make matters worse, Lex Luthor has broke into the Fortress of Solitutde and now has an evil plan to create his own continent of land with a kryptonite crust. Using the man of steel as well as his many talents and techniques, saving Metropolis is just one step in Superman Returns to saving the entire world. Written by commanderblue

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Master Your Super Powers To Save Metropolis


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14 November 2006 (USA) See more »

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Many elements of Metropolis coincide with elements in the comics, including the recurring fast-food franchise of "Big Belly Burger" and the Hob's Bay subsection, affectionately known as "Suicide Slum". See more »


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Just awful
22 June 2007 | by www-vas6590See all my reviews

I had such high expectations for this game when it came out.When i got it and started playing it wow it totally sucked.Stupid and pointless missions every 2 minutes,fighting robots the entire game was not what i wanted to do.So i thought when i beat the game i can just fly around the city and have a little fun, but no! The gay missions still pop up every 2 minutes and if u ignore them the city gets destroyed.Don't waste your money on this peace of crap,and if u wanna play a superhero game just buy spider-man.This game could of been one of the best superhero games ever but it turned out one of the worst.So far the only good superhero games are the hulk and spider-man.

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