Justice League to be unveiled at ATEI 09

Shaggy January 17, 2009 0




Global VR has announced that they will be showcasing their latest title, Justice League: Heroes United at the upcoming ATEI 2009 show. With the press release they also have included some pictures of the cabinet, jl26_cabpic_lftwhich comes in two flavors, standard and deluxe but pricing and availability are currently unavailable but should be revealed soon. We also should have some hands-on information about it straight from the show so if you’ve been wanting to know more, stay tuned. It certainly is good to see someone trying out a brawler for arcades again, the last one I know of was Asian Dynamite in ’05. For more info on the game, check out the press release after the break and discuss it on the forums.


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SAN JOSE, Calif – (January 16, 2009) – GLOBAL VR is proud to announce that attendees of London’s upcoming ATEi Tradeshow will get the industry’s first peek at the company’s new comic book adventure game, Justice League: Heroes United. Based on the DC Comics Justice League series, Heroes United provides players with non-stop action and an opportunity to save the world from a host of DC Comics villains.

“As huge DC Comic Book fans, developing this game has been a dream come true for many of us,” stated Mike Kruse, the game’s lead producer.  He went on to comment, “Players will be able to use all of the heroes’ super-moves such as heat vision, freeze breath, lasso, tiara, and more, to conquer evil that threatens the world.   Our designers have taken their time to ensure that all the familiar elements of an exciting action/adventure arcade game are there—as well as a few surprises.”

The appeal of Justice League’s ensemble of super-heroes resonates through many generations of gamers and comic book fans. GLOBAL VR has designed the game so that it is easy for first time and younger players while entertaining for older, more experienced fans. Designed exclusively for the coin-op market, this yellow-label game is appropriate for all operator locations.  GLOBAL VR expects to ship sample games in February with production units of both standard and deluxe cabinets available in March.

Please visit GLOBAL VR at ATEi booth #2340.  For information about other GLOBAL VR products, please visit www.globalvr.com or contact your local GLOBAL VR distributor or sales representative.


About GLOBAL VR: Founded in 1998 and headquartered in San Jose,  California, GLOBAL VR® is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of coin-operated video games based on home gaming technology.  Through the development of proprietary technology, GLOBAL VR is able to leverage the massive investment in development of PC and console games by third party developers by making them suitable for play in out-of-home locations. Development agreements are in place with some of the world’s leading game publishers including Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:ERTS), Ubisoft, and Atari (NASDAQ:ATAR).  These agreements provide GLOBAL VR rights to create coin-op versions of popular home games such as EA SPORTS™ PGA TOUR® GOLF, Need for Speed Carbon, NASCAR, Blazing Angels, Beach Head and Operation Blockade.  More information on GLOBAL VR can be found at www.globalvr.com.

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  1. orochi-x January 17, 2009 at 12:41 pm - Reply

    ENG: Seems cool cabinet except joysticks.
    TUR: Oyun hakkinda konusmak icin son derece erken olsada kabin hakkindaki ilk izlenimim oldukca guzel gorunuyor oldugu yönünde. Tabii Joystickleri saymassak.

  2. Paul January 17, 2009 at 10:48 pm - Reply

    I’d love to see a good brawler in the arcades again. Pleeeeze let the gameplay be better than those graphics.

  3. onichi January 18, 2009 at 10:11 am - Reply

    Are those the actual graphics or have they been photo shopped into the image?

  4. Shaggy January 19, 2009 at 4:01 pm - Reply

    yes those are actual gfx, the game uses cel-shading for it’s effects

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