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: 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.…

TMNT AT THE MOVIES WEEK PART 3: TMNT (2007) (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

For their debut effort with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, Ubisoft tried something different that worked in one case (the console game) but not in another (the criminally bad DS game). Though it was wise for Ubisoft to differentiate their take on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise from what came before, there was still a lot of…

NEXT WEEK IS TMNT AT THE MOVIES WEEK

Next Friday the sequel to 2014’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, arrives and will interpret characters like Krang, Baxter Stockman, Bebop and Rocksteady for the first time in a movie as well as introduce a new Casey Jones played by Arrow’s Stephen Amell. Like this year’s Batman V. Superman, Prelude to Civil…

RANKING THE FANTASTIC FOUR VIDEO GAMES

Through the month of July, I’ve looked at all the Fantastic Four games across several generations of consoles and handhelds. While of the seven games I’ve looked at I would only really recommended you at least try two of them, some are definitely better than the rest. To close out Fantastic Four month, here’s the…

REVIEW: FANTASTIC FOUR (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

It’s easy to be pessimistic about playing a handheld version of a console game on far superior hardware, as most of the time the handheld game will fail to reach anywhere near the quality of its console counterpart. That’s not always the case though: X2: Wolverine’s Revenge, Thor: God of Thunder and Batman: The Brave and the Bold are easily…