Conclusion: Entirely average in all but the cutscenes (and even those are a little too plentiful for my tastes), Teen Titans just doesn't feel like the kind of game I know A2M can make, and it ends up feeling like salt in the wounds of fans of the cancelled show.
Conclusion: 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.
Pros: 36 playable characters from the Teen Titans universe, Plenty of diverse and useful moves for each of the five main characters, Lots of content for a budget game.
Cons: Sluggish frame rate, Fixed camera doesn't always provide a good view of the action, Constant button mashing gets repetitive, Master of games mode is shallow and boring.