REVIEW: FANTASTIC FOUR: FLAME ON (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

The first Fantastic Four game for the Game Boy Advance that launched alongside the 2005 film of the same name was one of the more forgettable tie-in games, but its poor quality didn’t stop publisher Activision from enlisting that games developer from trying again later in the year. The second Fantastic Four GBA game of…

REVIEW: FANTASTIC FOUR (GAME BOY ADVANCE)

It’s easy to be pessimistic about playing a handheld version of a console game on far superior hardware, as most of the time the handheld game will fail to reach anywhere near the quality of its console counterpart. That’s not always the case though: X2: Wolverine’s Revenge, Thor: God of Thunder and Batman: The Brave and the Bold are easily…

REVIEW: SPIDER-MAN 2: THE SINISTER SIX (GAME BOY COLOR)

Spider-Mania was developing early in the new millenium as the release date inched ever so closer to Sony’s first Spider-Man film and 2001 saw two different sequels starring the character released to capitalize on that: Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro from Vicarious Visions for the PSOne and Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six on Game Boy Color from Torus…