Reviews and Problems with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash Up
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Ionia Martin "Ionia", Amazon
26 January 2013
Summary: The controls in this game are somewhat ridiculous. I actually think you might fare better if you just randomly push buttons and hope for the best. I thought the graphics were okay, and the overall story was expected, but the game controls just ruined it for me. After ten minutes I felt like I had arthritis. The kids have no idea what does what, but they enjoy trying to beat up the bad guys anyway. If you can get it really cheap it might be worth it.
Summary: I bought this game on the release day, full of anticipation as a life long Turtles fan, especially of the 80's cartoon series. Initially I was extremely disappointed, due to the poor character roster (which included no characters exclusive to the 80's cartoon), horrible story for single player mode, and UbiSoft's general refusal to acknowledge the disappointment among the fan base (they STILL haven't change the Smash Up website, which lists 7 question marks under the...
Summary: I just started gaming after a while. I was a big fan of the ATARI turtles game as a kid. Going by I'm a little disappointed in this game. The mission mode is interesting. But the other modes do not hold the interest for long.
Summary: I played this video game with may little brother, and it's like de old times, when we played the TMNT for nintendo. It is a good video game, a little more complicate than the others, but you will have a good time.
Summary: This game was a great idea. It is basically a take on the popular smash bros, but it managed to miss nearly all the elements that made Smash bros good. For one, the character movement, actions, response seems to be EXTREMELY slow, and often choppy at times. The stage Variety 'kind-of' works, but the stages are not put together too well it seems. The only thing this game managed to do what take a popular franchise and turn it into about 20 mins of fun.
Summary: Although the fighting mechanics are solid and the multiplayer modes are fun enough for some laid back action. The guts of TMNT is left under utilized. With such a rich history of characters, heroes and villains, TMNT only gives you the bare essentials. The roster is thin with little interest besides the titualr 4 turtles. You get Splinter, Shredder, April and Casey Jones. And a handful of unknowns who will seem alien to fans of the classic TV show.
Summary: I just pick this game up when it came out. My thoughts at first would be like that there's gonna be a lot of characters to choose from like super smash bros. brawl, but you start off with 7 characters(which doesn't bother me at all, but they should of put more characters in the game.) Also, I would of thought they would do a finisher like super smash bros. brawl, but I guess wrong. I guess they don't have the rights to do that, since nintendo thought of it first.
Summary: The seller I bought this from was great, shipped it out the door and condition of the game is exactly as stated. The game itself is pretty lame I think, but the audience in this case is a 6 year old boy who thinks this thing is the best since sliced bread. Just depends on who wants to play it...
Excerpt: Dopo tanta ricerca mi son trovato fra le mani un picchiaduro degno di questo nome ed ha come protagonisti le tartarughe ninja! Ricordo con piacere questi personaggi e i loro cartoni animati e questo gioco celebra i venticinque anni dall'uscita delle ninja turtles... mi son proprio fatto vecchio! E' il primo picchiaduro degno di nota ad aver provato su wii e ne sono rimasto globalmente soddisfatto.
Summary: TMNT: Smash-Up ist das erste Videospiel mit den Ninja-Schildkröten, das nicht direkt auf einem Film, der TV-Serie oder einem der Comics basiert und Prügel-Action der Marke Super Smash Bros. Brawl garantiert. Der Spieler kann sich für einen Lieblingscharakter entscheiden und entweder im Arcademodus die Geschichte nachspielen und neue Arenen und Charaktere freispielen oder im Turniermodus gegen bis zu drei Mitspielern bzw. gegen den Computer antreten.