It's hard to think of many Nintendo releases that have had a lower profile than DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power. Revealed during the February Nintendo Direct, it is published globally by Nintendo, yet it's drifted into its release today without much fanfare despite that first-party status.

However, it's all relative based on the game's target audience. DC Super Hero Girls began as a web series among other things, but is now a full animated series on Cartoon Network; the game is a logical step as it continues to earn young fans.

The game itself blends activities with the characters as teens, with more action-oriented segments in their superhero roles. It doesn't look particularly impressive on a technical level, so convincing parents to splash out the full retail price may be a tough sell.

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In any case, it's a Nintendo-published retail title that launches today, let us know if you plan to add it to your collection!