Superman: The New Superman Adventures

Global Total as of 11th Oct 2014 (units): 0.41m
Platform: Nintendo 64
Developer: Titus Software Genre: Action

Comments (23)


thewastedyouth (on 16 October 2012)
Titus Software

SO MUCH FAIL

they released Evil Zone for the PS1, awesome game but how the hell did they do this game

damn
Curby (on 10 February 2012)
I remember renting this game years ago in the late 90's at Blockbuster. I was so excited to try it out. Then....then.....good God almighty. Worst game design. Worst controls in a game...... -_-
zzamaro (on 16 March 2011)
haha, worst game ever sold a lot of copies, must be quite an honor to have it
spurgeonryan (on 24 February 2010)
at least ET looked like crap! other than game magazines, the company made this look fun. Maybe this is why titus's hercules game only sold 50 thousand copies! People saw the name titus again and ran away screaming.
zzyoshiman (on 02 November 2009)
410,000 people bought a piece of crap game
gameman87 (on 28 September 2009)
Hands down worst game of all time. ET was horribly bad, but this was even worse.
spurgeonryan (on 14 June 2009)
Damn those rings, and save points. controls aren't too bad. Graphics suck and those rings is why this got .5 from EGM when they were cool.
Sherlock99 (on 03 May 2009)
I hope this comes to VC
mjk45 (on 19 February 2009)
you may have bought it but you don't have to keep it that's deviant behavior,don't know any one stupid enough to buy it then go on a holy pilgrimage into the desert to bury it next to the million ET carts
mjk45 (on 19 February 2009)
sorry but i haven't the FOGGIEST notion if i own this ,yes it coming back i did indeed own it but being devious sold it to my local video store told him it was one of the best games ever made, i,m going to go to hell for that aren't i
16-bit gamer (on 12 October 2008)
Then Theres no time to waste!
16-bit gamer (on 12 October 2008)
i own this game but i'm not proud of it
Baddman (on 02 July 2008)
truly the worst game I have ever had the displeasure of playing
MontanaHatchet (on 25 June 2008)
You're better off playing Superman on the Genesis than this. And that's really saying something.
amp316 (on 22 June 2008)
I picked this up used for $3.99. It was worth every penny.
Red*Pokemon*Trainer (on 29 April 2008)
Sad yeah,but i bought it.
stof (on 13 January 2008)
Lex luthor's favourite game.
cAPSLOCK (on 08 December 2007)
A convoluted tour-de-force, this tale of murder and revenge is reflected in the shattered mirror of an amnesiac's memory. Superman lives in a cheap L.A. motel room, but drives a flashy Jaguar sedan; he's wearing expensive suits and seems to have a lot of cash, but he isn't working. And he's as much a mystery to himself as he is to the viewer: Superman lives in the moment and starts each day anew, not because he wants to, but because some act of catastrophic violence has destroyed his ability to form new memories. Despite this apparently insurmountable handicap, he's set himself the task of finding the man who raped and murdered his wife and avenging her brutal death. He takes Polaroids so he can identify people and places and scrawls reminders on the back so he knows what to think; he writes notes on index cards, makes charts, keeps huge files of information pertaining to his quest and has tattooed his flesh with the things he must under no circumstances forget. His only friends if indeed they are his friends are Lex Luthor and Lois Lane: His Polaroid warns that he can't be trusted, while hers says she'll help Superman out of pity. Bit by agonizing bit, Superman pieces together the truth of what he's discovered and what he's done, but it flows through his memory like water, and every time he goes to the well, what comes up is slightly changed. The viewer, by contrast, spots inconsistencies of behavior, acts of out-and-out cruelty and other behavioral clues that Superman can't keep in his grasp, and is put in the uncomfortable position of knowing more than he does, but not enough to know what he should be doing about it. How willing you are to surrender to its fragmented, repetitive rhythms will determine whether you find Eric Caen, co-founder of Titus Software's philosophical puzzle game, based on a short story by his brother Jonathan, enthralling or infuriating.
cAPSLOCK (on 08 December 2007)
Why wouldn't I want to admit owning the best game of the the last decade? Up until Chicken Shoot dethroned it. "I'm Superman! I can throw cars and stuff but it takes more than one punch to take out bad guys! RAWR!"
lightbleeder (on 30 November 2007)
At least MontanaHatchet, tarheel91 and me are brave anough to admit that we own this game, I know some of you own it but don't want to admit it.
tarheel91 (on 22 November 2007)
I wasn't even 10 when this game was released and even I could tell it was horrible.
MontanaHatchet (on 20 November 2007)
Nah, just kidding, this game is beyond awful.
MontanaHatchet (on 28 August 2007)
The best game of all time.

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thewastedyouth (on 16 October 2012)
Titus Software

SO MUCH FAIL

they
released Evil Zone for the PS1, awesome
game but how the hell did they do this
game

damn
Curby (on 10 February 2012)
I remember renting this game years ago
in the late 90's at Blockbuster. I was
so excited to try it out.
Then....then.....good God almighty.
Worst game design. Worst controls in a
game...... -_-
zzamaro (on 16 March 2011)
haha, worst game ever sold a lot of
copies, must be quite an honor to have
it
spurgeonryan (on 24 February 2010)
at least ET looked like crap! other than
game magazines, the company made this
look fun. Maybe this is why titus's
hercules game only sold 50 thousand
copies! People saw the name titus again
and ran away screaming.
zzyoshiman (on 02 November 2009)
410,000 people bought a piece of crap
game
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