Reviews and Problems with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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It's an OK game
J. L. "JL", Amazon
13 November 2013
Summary: The graphics on the cover are much better than the graphics on the actual game. I'm a father who is COMPLETELY new to NES 3DS gaming and hadn't realized that this game was an older version of the TMNT when I purchased this for my 4yr old son. He seem ed to enjoy the fact that he had a TMNT video game but he didn't like the game play on it. He played it for about 5min and had me play it for additional 10min and then he lost all interest in it.
Summary: Received it quickly and it works great! I overlooked that it didn't come in a box or have the instructions. I think it was a little expensive since it was missing those things but my son still loves playing it!
Summary: Its a good game, but a little boring, kids were bored after an hour. I don't think I'll be purchasing anymore Ninja turtle games. The seller is good. Game was in good condition and got it on time, but the game itself nothing exciting.
Summary: This is an awesome game because you can adjust the level of difficulty here. Whether you want to easily get through the game, or you want to challenge your ninja skills, this is the game worth having.
Summary: I think the game is fun if you're not looking for something with a really involved story line - something you can pick up and play for a few minutes while in the waiting room at the doctor's office or something. (Which is exactly what I wanted, so it worked out perfectly.) The controls are simple but the game still manages to be challenging, despite the fact that it's repetitive. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for something to kill time.
Summary: This game is made especially for children. With that being said, as an adult I enjoyed this game. It is fast-paced and is the first TMNT game to develop a system that is NOT ALL FIGHTING. It mostly revolves around "Ninja Abilites" and speed. You have to time your buttons correctly and move through the rooftops of NYC. I had no problem with the graphics (This is no EBA but not bad either)and the storyline and gameplay were pretty smooth.
Summary: The DS has it's more than fair share of titles that really show what the system can do, and are quite good. However, the DS has it's fair share of titles that are absolutely terrible to boot. TMNT falls into the latter category, and is possibly the worst game ever made for Nintendo's smash hit dual screened handheld.
Summary: This game is terrible, waste of money. All they do is hop around. When you try to fight the enemy, its hard to even control the turtle to even face them, so you miss all the time. The game is so freakin easy to beat, i ordered it, waited five days, got it and played it, then within an hour, beat the game. You cant even choose what turtle you want to be, the missions already have the turtle chosen.