REVIEW: MEN IN BLACK 2: THE SERIES (GAME BOY COLOR)

Despite benefitting graphically from the upgrade to Game Boy Color hardware, everything else about Men in Black: The Series was utterly forgettable: The game and level design was boring; the play time was short as well as unchallenging and the controls were simple but at the same time weirdly convoluted. The weirdly titled Men in Black 2: The…

REVIEW: TUROK 3: SHADOW OF OBLIVION (GAME BOY COLOR)

Something I don’t do very often when it comes to writing reviews is to look on what other people have written, a trend I broke with Turok 3: Shadows of Oblivion. I personally really loved the first Turok Game Boy outing, and while disappointed by the simplicity in its sequel, I still enjoyed it much more than…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 2: THE SINISTER SIX (GAME BOY COLOR)

Spider-Mania was developing early in the new millenium as the release date inched ever so closer to Sony’s first Spider-Man film and 2001 saw two different sequels starring the character released to capitalize on that: Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro from Vicarious Visions for the PSOne and Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six on Game Boy Color from Torus…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN (GAME BOY COLOR)

When it launched in the fall of 2000, Activision’s Spider-Man would eventually be playable on every platform on the market: PSOne, PS2 (via backwards compatability), N64, PC, DC and even the Game Boy Color. As the game goes, one of those games are not like the other, I’m of course referring to the Game Boy Color port…