DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power Review

DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power reviewed on Nintendo Switch by Sarah LeBoeuf. Narration by Max Scoville.

Even if it doesn’t do anything new or exciting, DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power has its charms. The heroes and villains of Metropolis High School are endearing and expertly brought to life by their voice actors, though I could do with a bit less obsessing over men and more stories about themselves and each other. There are also plenty of activities to pad out the relatively short campaign, even if those quests get repetitive after a few hours. It’s an enjoyable game that’s well-suited for kids, new gamers, and DC Super Hero Girl superfans. Those looking for a DC game with more of an edge are better off waiting for Suicide Squad.

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