Reviews and Problems with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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They don't make games like these anymore...
78ino , GameStop
31 October 2011
Summary: To start off, this game is wonderful! It shows a great storyline & even though this was created when I was about 5 & I got it at Circuit City, the graphics are insane! A game made in 2003ish & graphics looking like this? Besides how it looks, the whole gangs there! Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, Michaelangelo, Casey, Master Splinter, & Shredder in 2 different forms!
Summary: the game is very fun,but it can get repetitive at times there are new enemies to keep the gameplay fresh. the story can be played with 2 players chosing any turtle, or u can play casey or splinter mode. they use cutscenes from the show, and the cellshaded ( did i spell that right?) graphics are nice. each turtle has special attributes leo: balanced fighter, don: longest attack range, Raph: strongest attacks, and mikey: fastest attacks.
Summary: This game is SWEET! I wasn't that into Ninja Turtles when I got this game, I only got it because my little cousin was a SUPER HUGE fan of them. This game got me starting to like Ninja Turltes a little so I got the sequel and then the third one. The game has a pretty good length, if you take breaks it could last about seven or eight months (that is if you take as long of breaks as I do since I have a TRILLION video games).
Summary: This game was the beginning of me loving video games. It has good graphics for a game cube game. Lots of action for a E game. So parents if you have a young kid this is perfect i guarantee it. You get to play as all four turtles which is cool. There isn't really a story to it but that is ok. The controls couldn't be better it is easy to learn. The sound is awesome too. The game is like a comic book.
For Turtles fans to rent and the rest of us to ignore...
Tom Robinson, amazon.co.uk
23 June 2004
Summary: The TV show was good. The films were good...sort of. But more importantly, the games were brill (particularly 'Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles IV: Turtles In Time' on the SNES). So the idea of a second coming from Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo in a shell-shaded (gettit?) format certainly got me excited. I was expecting carnage on a huge scale. No tactics. No plot. Just pure slaughter from start to finish.
Summary: Ok it should be pretty obvious that this game was never going to melt anyone's brain or anything, afterall the turtles are hardly known for their mental prowers (teenage mutant genius turtles?) so it should be pretty obvious what to expect from the game! Its basically an old school sideways scrolling beat em up, you kick the poop out of a load of baddies, go round a corner, beat the poop out of loads of baddies etc etc until you get to the mega level boss which in this...
Summary: This game is quite good at first but gets quite boring after a while. although the graphics are great and cel shading i cool but what really annoys me about the game is that the turtles comments after about the 100 th time of hearng anyone for stickball i'll be the stick you be the ball or slice and dice. this game is definetly not worth buying. rent only.