(GBA; Encore; Everyone) Justice isn’t blind, at least not in videogames. While Spider-Man’s film got a superhero’s treatment on each and every platform, Daredevil’s big-screen debut spawned this homely offering on the graphically primitive Game Boy Advance. But unlike the sight-challenged do-gooder, the game doesn’t rise above its handicap: It quickly devolves into an old-school side-scroller in which mashing one button constitutes hand-to-hand combat with Bullseye and Co. But don’t blame the hardware. With some imagination, this game could have packed Spidey-size POW!
Posted March 7 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
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