Teen Titans 2 Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: The Brotherhood of Evil is back for revenge! Taking the Titans by surprise, the Brain abducts the five teen super heroes, holding them as his prisoners. When Robin manages to escape, he returns to Titan Tower to formulate a plan to rescue the other Titans and stop the takeover of Titan City!
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  1. If you're a fan of the Titans, looking for something to keep the kids busy or a decent side-scroller for yourself, Teen Titans 2 actually isn't a bad buy. You'll find yourself wanting to use the Titans' myriad moves over and over again (though more so in some cases than others), and the gameplay is solid.
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    Teen Titans 2 is stylish and uses the license well, but the game is undone by poor level design, loose combat and odd inconsistencies in gameplay.
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  1. ErickH.
    Dec 13, 2006
    Quite the challenge Teen Titans 2 is, even in the beginning its a real teeth grider staying alive, having the player replay the previous levers to find health, attack and team attack upgrades is a real plus. especally if you like getting everthing in the game. Unfortunately you can't choose the titan you want to play as on each level, however the team attacks tend to make up for that lacking in a sense and as far as i know i have not unlocked any extras in the game. Other than that, the game is a favorite for fans of the Cartoon (myself) and even for players who love a good challenge. Definitely give the game a chance, you won't be disappointed. Expand
  2. ConnorM.
    Jun 27, 2009
    Your standard side scrolling beat-um-up. Nothing overly great, yet challenging and provides at the very minimum 8 hours of game play. The characters are different in small ways and if played for too long, can easily grow old. If you are looking for something to play on your now obsolete Gameboy Advance and happen to see this little number in a bargain bin, I'd recommend it. Collapse