REVIEW: TEEN TITANS 2 (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

A2M was pretty busy making Teen Titans at one point, releasing three over the course of a year starting with Teen Titans on the Game Boy Advance in October 2005, followed by a console game with the same name in May of the following year and concluding with a sequel to their first GBA game in Teen Titans 2 released in…

REVIEW: TEEN TITANS (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

There were a few DC Animated Series to video game adaptations that got their start on a handheld: Titus’ Superman came out on the Game Boy years before Superman 64; Batman: The Animated Series, also for the Game Boy, from Konami arrived before either their SNES version of The Adventures of Batman and Robin or Sega’s multiple titles of the same name and there was no…

REVIEW: MEN IN BLACK: THE SERIES (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

Now defunct publisher Crave was the first company to release a Men in Black game based on the animated series, doing so on Nintendo’s Game Boy Color. Although there were two other games based on the Men in Black animated series for the Game Boy Color, the third and final game released by Crave before they…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 3 (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

When you look at the time line of the Spider-Man movie handheld tie-in games, it’s a pretty interesting one. When Spider-Man (2002) came out, there was only the Game Boy Advance, and it was initially that way for Spider-Man 2 until later in 2004 and into early 2005 when the Nintendo DS, N-Gage and PSP launched to stores. In…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 2 (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

Spider-Man 2 on the sixth generation of consoles was one of the most important comic book games of all time, radically changing how we thought about how the character of Spider-Man works in a three-dimensional space by giving players the freedom to more or less swing around and do whatever they pleased in an open-world environment.…