Before Henry Cavill became the Man of Steel and Ben Affleck suited up as the Dark Knight, a Justice League film was in the works from the director of Mad Max, George Miller, that would have utilized technology similar to 2007’s Beowulf or The Polar Express. For numerous reasons the project was scrapped along with a tie-in video game from Double Helix, who if you’ll recall from my “Land of the Forgotten Comic Book Games” feature from last summer, were transferred to the Green Lantern movie game, Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters, following the cancellation.
Until now only screen shots from the game were seen, but YouTube channel PtoPonline has found the first ever footage from the Justice League game that never was. The game appeared to be a fighting game similar to the Capcom Dreamcast classic Power Stone, and in the below video you can see a bout between Batman and Superman demonstrating how the game would have played had it been released.
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