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Justice League Task Force

Justice League Task Force (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Genre: Fighting Action (Versus)
Developer: Condor

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
08/24/1995
EU
??/??/1995
JP
09/01/1995
AU
??/??/1995

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Justice League Task Force review

Reviewed May 12, 2006

Zack Little says: " The problem here is that, even though Task Force does some things right, it nullifies the good points by being flat-out boring."
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