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Daredevil: The Man Without Fear [Game Boy Advance]

by Encore
Game Boy Advance
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews) 50 / 100

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  • Be the Man Without Fear for the first time!
  • Explore 23 levels set throughout NYC.
  • Challenge 21 enemies including Elektra, Kingpin & Bullseye.
  • Knock villains out with DD's signature Billy Club.
  • Use unique radar sense to 'see' the world via DD's 4 other super-keen senses.

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B00005CFC4
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 1 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,120 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Use unique radar sense to 'see' the world via DD's 4 other super-keen senses.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I Dare you not to buy this Game - fun stuff! February 4, 2003
This game was a blast from start to finish. It showed cool pictures that had to be unlocked. You get to see scenes from the movie as well as old comic book covers that give you a history and a background. Playing the familiar characters was fun and there were many interesting enemies to battle. I recommend this game for anyone that has a gameboy as it is a good superhero game with many challenges and cool features and secrets to find.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars This is what a Daredevil game should be February 5, 2003
The new movie looks great, the toy is very cool, and the first Daredevil video game is also quite fun. This game has very good graphics, with vibrant colors and detailed backgrounds depicting the street's of Hell's Kitchen. Play as Daredevil, utilizing his super senses, radar, acrobatic ability, billy club, and fighting skill to take down enemies ranging from your common thug to Bullseye, or the Kingpin himself. The game will lead player's through what is a loose adaptation of the movie story, implenting some comic book elements as well. The controls are good and the game is fun. A worthy preview of the movie. I don't know if you're willing ot ...on it, though. It's a somewhat short ride, and probably suited more to fans of the movie or of Daredevil. It's a fun game, but think before you buy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Average side scroller comic beat 'em up fare February 20, 2003
No doubt there will be more Daredevil fans worldwide with the release of the mega budgeted film starring Ben Affleck, so let the marketing ploys begin. When playing Daredevil for the GBA, one will wonder how much more great this game could have been had DD's abilities (namely his super radar senses) been better implemented. Aside from that, the game is standard side scrolling beat 'em up fare that was seen so much in the 16-bit era (thanks Acclaim) with look alike enemies and backgrounds. However, Daredevil does have some good going for it. If you beat the game (it doesn't take long to get through the 23 levels), you can play again to collect all the DD icons throughout the game which will allow you to view images from the film, comic illustrations, alternate costumes, and a level select among a bombardment of other secrets. The movie versions of Elektra and Bullseye are here, as is the Kingpin, plus foes from the comic series such as Sewer King, Turk, and Echo. The graphics are really nothing spectacular and don't show off any of the GBA's capabilities like it could have. The cinematic-esque soundtrack is unusually good, and the controls are mindnumbingly simple. All in all, Daredevil isn't necessarily a bad game for the GBA, and fans of the comic or film should check it out, but it just annoys me a bit (and other long time Daredevil fans as well) of how great this game could have been if some more polish and thought went into it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Alex K
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is extremely underrated. I love it so much! The graphics are terrific(as far as Game Boy games go), your choice of what power Daredevil uses is wicked cool, and on top of it all, the best characters other than Daredevil are in it! I mean, Bullseye is my favorite Daredevil villain of all time! He's the second to last boss, and is usually as much of a challenge as he should be. As well as that, Kingpin is the second best villain next to Bullseye, and the way he swings his fists is awesome. Elektra is just as much of a hot babe as she always was(and is one of my favorite fighters in the Marvel Universe)and she really kicks butt till you beat her. The other bosses, like Echo and Kirigi, are quite worth fighting. Daredevil is a terrific game, and it is especially nice to see DD and Elektra be friends and both be after Kingpin and of course Bullseye. And the many thugs you face are hilarious! You want a good game? Get this one, by all means!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dare the Devil March 25, 2003
One of the best games for the GBA. The control is great, and the action is unstoppable. Unlike THE SUM OF ALL FEARS it has the same style as the movie. The graphics, the light, the enemies, the dialogues, even the music( though it is not from the movie) will remind you that awesome film!
And after the 23 levels are over, the fun isn't over! You have a lot of things to unlock( if you want to). I have finished this game once, and I have only unlocked half of those. Reminds SPIDER-MAN: THE MOVIE, huh? Only this is more difficult.
So, even you hated the movie( I can't see how could anyone hate this movie, but anyway...), you'll enjoy it. What? You don't have it? Run like the wind right now, and buy it!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Defendent of Davedevil February 25, 2014
I first happened upon this game when my friend found it while cleaning out his room. He hadn't played it in a long time and so got rid of it by giving it to me. It took me a long time to get used to it, but by now, I happen to love it. While I'm not saying that this game is perfect in any way, I will say that some of the reviews on here are a bit harsh. I, for one, happen to love this game. After having played hundreds of games from the classics on the NES up to modern Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 games and, while I have enjoyed most of them, I tend to have more fun while playing the more simpler games.
Daredevil happens to be a simpler, more old-school styled games, for a more relatively modern time. It's possible to beat the game all in one sitting and the play time is probably an hour at the most. While the lack of a saving feature can be annoying at times, there are ways around it (such as writing the code that unlocks everything code on the top of the game cartridge where it can be read and imput while in use, something I have done). Even if that doesn't sound appealing, the game doesn't take long to play through beginning to end. And the unlockables are worth finding, as they hold movie clips, images form the Daredevil film, comic book artwork and new costumes for Daredevil and certain enemy characters.
The graphics are pretty spectacular for a Game Boy Advance game, especially for 2003. The background truly have a life of their own, with a lot of detail put into the buildings and vehicles during the city stages and the boats sailing in the water during the fight with Elektra on the harbor.
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