Teen Titans review

  • Four-player co-op
  • Faithful TV presentation
  • Lots of characters, combos
  • Very repetitive
  • Choppy visuals
  • Versus mode blows

It's hard to argue that Teen Titans should appeal to older gamers, given that the target audience skews pretty young. There is something to be said for grinding through waves of dummies with three of your friends, even if there are much better games that can boast the same (namely, the two X-Men Legends titles, this game's clear, vastly superior inspiration). Teen Titans is a short and unspectacular diversion for an audience that might be too young for more mature fare, and the price is certainly right, but those more discerning with their beat 'em-up dollars should hunt super-villains elsewhere.

More Info

Release date: Apr 03 2006 - Xbox
May 26 2006 - GameCube, PS2 (US)
Apr 03 2006 - Xbox
May 26 2006 - GameCube, PS2 (UK)
Available Platforms: Xbox, GameCube, PS2
Genre: Action
Published by: Majesco
Developed by: Artificial Mind & Movement
ESRB Rating:
Everyone: Cartoon Violence


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