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Power Rangers: Super Legends was a Licensed Game for the Power Rangers franchise published by Disney Interactive Studios and released in 2007 on PC, PlayStation 2, and Nintendo DS. The console version was developed by Artificial Mind and Movement, with the DS version developed by Handheld Games.

Celebrating 15 years of Power Rangers, the game features playable Rangers from Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, Power Rangers Wild Force, Power Rangers Ninja Storm, Power Rangers S.P.D., and Power Rangers Operation Overdrive (with the addition of Power Rangers Time Force in the DS version) and allows the player to battle villains from the Rangers' respective series and engage in Megazord battles.

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  • Action Commands: In the console versions, the Megazord battles require the player to press buttons as they appear on the screen in order to successfully deal damage on their opponent and avoid getting hurt too much by their opponent's attacks.
  • And I Must Scream: At the end of the console version, Zedd attempts to escape through time, but loses the crystal he was using to do so, meaning he's stuck spiraling through the timestream for a very long time.
  • Big Bad: Lord Zedd is the main villain in the console versions, with Emperor Gruumm being the top villain in the DS version.
  • Boss Rush: In the Nintendo DS version, the player has to re-fight Gluto, Master Org, Lothor and Trakeena before they can fight the final boss.
  • Covers Always Lie: Zig-zagged. The game's cover depicts the Red Mighty Morphin' Ranger, the Crimson Thunder Ranger, the Yellow Wind Ranger, and the Blue Overdrive Ranger on the front, with the back depicting the Red Mighty Morphin' Ranger, the Navy Thunder Ranger, and the Black Overdrive Ranger. The Red Mighty Morphin' Ranger and the Black Overdrive Ranger are the only depicted Rangers who are playable in both the console version and the Nintendo DS version, while the Navy Thunder Ranger, the Blue Overdrive Ranger, and the Crimson Thunder Ranger are only playable in the console version and the Yellow Wind Ranger is a playable character exclusive to the DS version.
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  • Final Boss: In both versions, the final boss is Lord Zedd.
  • The Ghost: Lothor and Rita Repulsa are only mentioned in the console version.
  • Heel–Face Door-Slam: In the console version, Zedd returned to being evil thanks to his purified human self peering back into the past and the past Zedd corrupting him back to "normal".
  • Hijacked by Ganon: In the handheld version, Emperor Grumm is touted as the main foe and he is, but at the end of the SPD levels, Zedd gets fed up with Grumm's attitude and takes over, leaving him behind in SPD's' era.
  • Licensed Game: A video game based on the long-running Power Rangers franchise.
  • Limit Break: In the handheld version, Rangers can summon a different Sixth Ranger as they level up - Mighty Morphin' Green Ranger, Mighty Morphin' White Ranger, Gold Zeo Ranger, Silver Ranger, Titanium Ranger, Quantum Ranger, Lunar Wolf Ranger, Green Samurai Ranger,
  • Me's a Crowd: In the console version, both classic and Future Omega Rangers meet, leading to a lot of confusion between the two.
  • Original Generation: The Future Omega Ranger in the console versions and the Guardian of the Hall of Legends in the DS versions do not originate from any of the Power Rangers television shows and were created for their respective games. The DS version also has a new version of Serpentera that makes it look like a fusion of it and Zedd.
  • Secret Character: In the console version, you unlock the Blue and Yellow Mighty Morphin' Rangers, Blue Galaxy Ranger, Red Wild Force and Lunar Wolf Rangers (the only ones who do not have representatives in game), the Blue Wind and Green Samurai Rangers, Red and Yellow SPD Rangers and the Blue Overdrive Ranger by collecting "R-A-N-G-E-R" in each stage. In the handheld version, you can unlock the second Ranger from each era by getting gold medals in each era, unlock the Omega Ranger by getting all Omega Crystals and unlock the SPD Orange Ranger by getting all the gold medals.
  • Unexpected Gameplay Change: In the Nintendo DS version, the game is mainly a side-scrolling combination of a platformer and a beat-em-up, but some parts shift to a top-down perspective shoot-em-up where the player shoots at enemies while piloting a Flyer and many of the boss fights have a Megazord battle that uses three-dimensional graphics afterwards where the player must dodge missiles and use the touchscreen to damage their opponent.
  • The Unfought: The Nintendo DS version of the game has three notable villains featured who are never fought as bosses. Moltor and Emperor Grumm are both the main villains in the respective Operation Overdrive and SPD levels, but neither of them directly fight the player, instead standing on a platform high above the player will sending in regular enemies to attack the player. Rita Repulsa makes a physical appearance in the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers levels, but is only seen in cutscenes with Lord Zedd serving as the boss of this era.

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