Reviews and Problems with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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Teenage Mutant Turtles
2 March 2012
Summary: I bought this game for my son who loves it. However, it states on the product description that it is for 3 years and over and has the age blanked out on the photo. When received it states 12 yrs and over due to violence. This was the only downside as promised this game for reward chart my son worked so hard to get this, I couldn't then take it away!! Overall fairly happy with product and was despatched/sent on time.
Excerpt: "...of which of the four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles you would like to 'be'. Each turtle has his own weapons, and therefore has his own individual 'attack' moves and attributes. Each individual turtle also has his own little sayings and catchphrases. For example, if I selected to play as '''Donatello''' (the turtle with the purple headscarf) my weapon would be a ''''Bo stick'''' which I can control by swiping through the air and knocking my opponents ...
Summary: I used to watch the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles when I was younger and it's hard to imagine that they have been round for this long. The basic story is about Splinter who is the smart rat that like the turtle's mentor. He gets separated from his friends in the sewers by a bad guy and the Ninja Turtles must fight gang members and robots of all varieties in the sewers and on the streets to get him back.
Summary: ** Review is for X Box game, not X Box 360 ** My partner and I have become absolutely addicted to this game of late, mainly due to us making a recent purchase of a second controller for our (old and battered) X box, thus meaning that we can both now enjoy playing the two player mode on this game, rather than one of us being a spectator to the other. The single player game however, can be great fun too. The game contains various 'modes'.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Xbox): Heroes in a Half-Shell! Turtle Power for the New Generation! ...
4 May 2006
Summary: One of the most enduring franchises to emerge in my lifetime is easily that of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. First appearing as a series of cult-hit comic books in the late 1980s, before becoming a worldwide phenomena following a cartoon and 3 movies, the turtles unceremoniously vanished in the mid-1990s, and despite an attempt to bring them back with a live action series, titled The Next Mutation, it wasn’t until a few years ago when someone had the idea of bringing...
Pros: Graphics, Can be fun, controls are simple and reliable
Summary: This is one or two player platform game where you basically wander around killing bad guys like in the cartoon as you might expect. Graphics The graphics are pretty good. The characters are colourfuland clear making it friendly on the eye. Enjoyment I enjoyed this game as did my 3 children aged 11, 5 and 5. The game was completed mainly in two player mode after about 3 weeks a couple of months ago. My kids regularly go back to it as they like it so much.
Summary: I have played a demo on TMNT's on the X-box and this is truley an amazing game it sucks you down the sewer and fighting the Foot along with the evil Lord Sheader. Cartoon graphics are great and what I have seen so far the game play is top noch! The only pitty is that it is taking twice as long to come out on the X-Box! Over all ring this one on your calander its going to be one SHELL of a ride!