Majesco tackles Teen Titans
Warner Bros. and Majesco team up to produce game based on popular cartoon series.
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The popular television show Teen Titans, based on the DC Comics property of the same name, will be coming to all three current-generation consoles and the Game Boy Advance, thanks to a newly inked deal between publisher Majesco Entertainment and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The GBA game should be available later this year, while the Xbox, PlayStation 2, and GameCube versions are slated for 2006.
"The Teen Titans superheroes lend themselves to being strong video game characters with their action- and humor-filled adventures," said Jason Hall, senior vice president of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
According to Majesco, the Teen Titans games will let you switch on the fly between the show's five main characters: Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy, Cyborg, and Raven. The five teens will be flanked by five archvillains: Slade, Overload, Jinx, Gizmo, and Mammoth.
Earlier this month, Majesco announced that it would be publishing the game version of another, decidedly more mature, cartoon: Aeon Flux.