Teen Titans: Gameboy Advance Video Game Review
Big, bad Brother Blood has a cunning plan to clone the Teen Titans and conquer the world! It's up to the super-powered team to stop him, with a little help from you, in their new Gameboy Advance video game. We review the superheroic action right here!
Teen Titan Teamwork on the GBAThe Teen Titans have a basic running, jumping, butt-kicking game with life bars, energy bars for special attacks and a few extras. You control all five Titans, Robin, Cyborg, Raven, Beast Boy and Starfire, and you can swap from one to the other instantly.
Bonus Super Powers for the Teen TitansSolid graphics, huge levels, lots of bad guys, and powering-up with pizza is awesome. But, the biggest bonus is that each Titan has their own superpowers and special moves. From flying and blasting energy bolts, to ground-pounding smashes, invulnerability and computer hacking. Their powers are a blast and you need to use 'em all to save the day!
Super Villains Badness in the Teen Titans GBA GameThe most annoying thing about this game is that the Titans feel clumsy. They can't duck, it's hard to dodge attacks, and their attacks are really short range. You need to be picking the bad guys' noses to be able to clobber them!
Do the Teen Titans Save the Day on the GBA?The Teen Titans have a rock solid action game with a whole lot of bad guy butt kicking with lots of levels and cool powers to unleash. If you dig the Titans, or just want a good game, check it out.
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