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Teen Titans is right on the money as a budget brawler for the waning GameCube. Excellent multiplayer support and a package that will make fans of the series giddy are offset with marginal production values (please, just stop interrupting the gameplay to load that next bit of the level) and repetitive gameplay. A good buy for the price, especially if you are looking for some new multiplayer action on your GameCube. More importantly, it is the foundation for a great sequel.
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Ultimately Teen Titans won't keep you interested forever. A2M got enough elements right to make it an engaging romp that fans of the series and comic book will enjoy for X amount of time. The budget price is definitely a deal-maker especially if you and your friends plan on playing it quite a bit. The game is a mindless, simplistic punching bag that will either be music to your eyes, ears and thumbs or a crushing disappointment for those looking for more depth (note to self: lower your expectations of superhero games, dude). A rental would certainly suffice for anyone but the most diehard of Titans fans.
Unlike its titular heroes, Teen Titans is anything but remarkable. However, it's simple and it uses the license well, making it a solid purchase for younger players or those who are especially fond of the cartoon. The fact that it's a budget game makes it easier to excuse some of its more apparent technical flaws, but the gameplay still wears thin after a short while. Still, if you're looking for some cheap, mindless fun with lots of immature, wisecracking super heroes, Teen Titans is about as good as it gets.
While straightforward and uninspired, Teen Titans still provides enough content for young fans of the show. It's not terrible by any means, but there's a good chance seasoned gamers simply won't find much to keep their attention. As a title aimed at kids, though, it's not half bad.
In the end the game does have its pluses, and its minuses. It is a budget game, so you cannot expect too much from it. What it does provide though is a solid storyline that links up with the cartoon. Overall it is a solid game, but nothing special. It will keep you entertained for a few hours, but after that you will move on to other games. This will also be said for the hardcore fans of Teen Titans. All and all the game gives you an average experience, and so Captain Gordon gives it a C.
Calqué sur le modèle d'un X-Men Legends ou d'un Marvel Ultimate Alliance, Teen Titans est un beat'em all peu inspiré qui ne fait qu'appliquer les règles du genre en misant sur l'aspect convivial des parties pour attiser l'intérêt du joueur. Très ennuyeux en solo, ce titre n'interpellera au final que ceux qui connaissent et apprécient la série originale, mais ils seront sans doute rebutés par le manque de pertinence du titre et sa faible durée de vie.
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.