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  • Superman (1999 video game)
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  • Superman: The New Adventures, often referred to as Superman 64, is a 1999 adventure video game developed and published by Titus Software for the Nintendo 64 video game console. The game is based on the television series Superman: The Animated Series. Superman was first released in North America on May 31, 1999 and in Europe on July 23, 1999.
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GI
  • 1.250000
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GameRev
  • F
GSpot
  • 1.300000
Platforms
  • Nintendo 64
Num
  • 198862
Producer
  • Eric Caen
  • J.C. Methiaz
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  • yes
Name
  • Superman
Genre
  • Action-adventure
Type
  • /console/n64
Caption
  • North American cover art
N
  • 14.0
Title
  • Superman
Media
  • 64
IGN
  • 3.400000
GR
  • 22.9
State
  • expanded
np
  • 4.700000
Modes
  • Single-player, multiplayer
ID
  • /n64/superman__
Released
  • --05-31
EGM
  • 2
Developer
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  • yes
abstract
  • Superman: The New Adventures, often referred to as Superman 64, is a 1999 adventure video game developed and published by Titus Software for the Nintendo 64 video game console. The game is based on the television series Superman: The Animated Series. Superman was first released in North America on May 31, 1999 and in Europe on July 23, 1999. In this game, Lex Luthor has created a virtual version of Metropolis, and Superman enters Lex's interdimensional portal, where Luthor explains to Superman that he must fly through his maze of rings scattered across virtual Metropolis in order to save his friends. It is infamous for the negative reception it received from critics and is considered one of the worst games of all time. Despite its critical reception, NPD Group data shows that Superman was a top seller in North America during the month of June 1999. Following the overwhelming negative reception the N64 version received, Titus completely redesigned Superman for the PlayStation. However, due to the expiration of its Warner Bros. license, Titus was unable to release the PlayStation version, resulting in its cancellation in 2000.