Milo Thatch is chosen to participate in an early 20th century
expedition in search of the lost city of Atlantis. A linguist
by trade, Milo is part of a party that includes a wisecracking
cook, a teenage mechanic, an explosives expert, a doctor and
The Mole - an expert on digging...
to feed of the expected success of the latest Disney movie,
Atlantis: The Lost Empire seems
a little lost on the Game Boy Advance (GBA). I know the GBA
console is still finding its feet, but this game would have
equally been at home on the Game Boy Color. The only thing
worthy of merit is that the linking scenes between the levels
are pretty impressive but these alone won't make many people
shell out the £35 asking price.
is also a little too hard for the casual gamer. I must be
getting old, but I couldn't get past the second level - and
I spent two weeks trying. Several games experts I know also
found the gameplay a little on the hard side. As this is a
game aimed at the younger generation I find this inexcusable.
is a game purely for fans of the movie or those wanting a
run-of-the-mill platform game for their GBA. Not a bad game
by any standards, just not very original. It's a shame this
wasn't released on the Game Boy Color as it would have faired
did enjoy playing this, but as mentioned earlier I found it
too hard, to expensive and not really designed for the GBA.