Ghost Rider Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: The Ghost Rider feature film follows superstar motorcycle stunt rider Johnny Blaze as he strikes a deal with the vile Mephistopheles for the most precious of commodities - his immortal soul. Now Johnny Blaze is forever destined to ride night after night as the host to the powerful supernatural entity known as the Ghost Rider. The video game continues the storyline, dropping players into the role of Blaze as he is transformed into a super hero with powers to avenge any evil he encounters. Featuring many of the characters and motorcycles from the comic book and movie, Ghost Rider engages gamers in an immersive, supernatural third person world with a seamless blend of hand-to-hand combat and high-speed motorcycle action. Expand
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  1. Ghost Rider for the GBA is a visually intense, fun beat-'em-up that totally gets what the character is all about.
  2. Good battles, tough bosses, cool upgrades, and exciting motorcycle assaults round out this interactive comic book adaptation.
  3. 50
    Given how much potential this character and his weapons have for 2D gameplay, it's a little depressing just how lame the final game's turned out.
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  1. Thomas
    Mar 22, 2007
    9
    This game is much better than it's console counterpart. The game brings sharp graphics and intense gameplay in a 2D world. It proves that the Gameboy Advance still has some kick in it and isn't dead yet. Expand
  2. BrandonK.
    Jul 15, 2007
    7
    A really fun beat 'em up platformer game. I would've gave this 9 out of 10 if the bosses weren't so ridiculously easy and the mini bosses were different and had different attacks. There also isn't a lot of enemy variety either. Although its fun it will only last you a while before you get bored of it, it is also still easy on the harder difficulties. Overall a short and sweet game thats worth a go. Expand