Having a Young Justice video game that bridges the gap between the two seasons was a good one. The problem is that the series has been off the air for a while, and the series ended with a fitting conclusion, so the game makers may have been visiting subject matter that didn't need visiting.
Easy-to-use controls and story levels that are easy to navigate, even when trying to find in-game extras. However, a limited ally AI, some challenge modes that can not be won as a single player, glitches during loading sequences, and an online mode so easily discarded that by day four after release, nobody was using it limit the experience.
Beautiful level design. Great animations. Nice cut scenes. However, the fact that they stayed true to the animated origins of the game in relation to the character models is a knock in this category.
This felt like something you would have seen on Young Justice if they hadn't just skipped five years so they could bring in The Reach. Of course, it was still somewhat convoluted and outlandish - even for a show involving aliens - so it isn't perfect.
Fitting, but a little repetitive at times, and downright annoying at others.