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- Play as Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy, Cyborg and Raven
- Search the city and help rescue the Titans, then choose your mission and available Titan to conquer each hero's greatest challenge
- Each Titan has his/her own unique moves, abilities and weapons that reflect the individual personality of each
- Battle notorious Teen Titans villains, including Monsieur Mallah, General Immortus and the Brain, mastermind of the Brotherhood of Evil
- Unleash killer team attacks & call in special Titans like Aqualad and Speedy to help in a crisis
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Teen Titans 2 is an all-new advanture with the teenage superheroes. 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! Multiple pathways through each level offer options to navigate the environment Upgrade the Teen Titans with more life, more energy, more weaponry and more Teen Titan Power
Top customer reviews
That's all gone here. Replacing it are specialized levels for each Titan. You are given far more fleshed out powers than before, but gone is the freedom of using those powers anywhere. You're also forced into several "leap of faith" situations where you have to memorize platform locations. The game will probably take you longer to finish, but mostly because you'll be forced to replay levels again and again.
The biggest tragedy is that Beastboy goes from being able to fly as a bird to being forced to climb as a monkey. His levels were by far the most annoying, made more so because he should be able to fly. He's weak and nearly worthless this time around. Guess which character you use for the final battle? Starfire suffers a related problem. She's powerful, but for several levels can only fly forward. The screen moves forward and you along with it. There was no logical reason for this other than to make it more difficult in a cheap way and it gets annoying very quickly.
It's too bad the game was done in this way. Had they improved the moves and retained the original ability to change characters at will, this would be a truly great game. As it stands, it's still pretty good. Raven alone is worth the price of admission. Here powers are incredible.
This is a must play for fans of the GBA and of the Beat Em Up genre. In comparison to the first gam - What comparison?! This game blows it out of the water. Also as the price shows above, this game really has held is value and is truly a hidden gem on the GBA. One reason this game gets over looked is bc it was released AFTER THE Nintendo DS! This is one of the last great games released for the GBA system! Truly a rare breed of game.