Reviews and Problems with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1989 Arcade
13 March 2014
Conclusion: The levels are fun, and are different each stage, Well worth the 400 MSP. Also great that it has 4 player co-op. Even better about that is that it can be played on xbox live or locally. Solo or with friends its a great way to spend an afternoon or a few hours. Sound: 4/5 Gameplay: 5/5 Achievement difficulty: 4/5 Overall: 5/5 An amazing classic title.
Excerpt: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) is the latest game in what is quite a long list inspired by the popular comic book and TV series, this time based on the Nickelodeon cartoons, and seems to trade more on the name and brand recognition than on quality.
Excerpt: Growing up, I spent countless hours watching the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) cartoons and playing the games on Nintendo. It was one of the few games that my brother and I could play that helped us stop fighting for two seconds and enjoy some time together. I was always fond of playing Leonardo while my brother relentlessly stepped into the orange bandana of Michelangelo.
Conclusion: OK, maybe I’m being a little harsh on TMNT , as it’s obviously aimed toward a younger demographic than something like Ninja Gaiden . However, there’s no denying that the game is just too easy, especially for all of the rabid Turtles fans out there. Worst of all, you can’t change the difficulty at all, something that would have been nice to give seasoned gamers more of a challenge. And what’s up with the complete lack of a co-op mode?
Conclusion: Ubisoft tried to get as creative as they could with the Achievements in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade , but the majority of them are as simple as this coin-op classic. It’s worth mentioning however, that Ubisoft has placed one secret Achievement in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade that may take a bit of work to uncover. Ninjitsu – Defeat three opponents with a direct attack.
Simple, unimaginative action brawler extends the TV show.
Common Sense Media
29 September 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this game is directly based on Nickelodeon's CGA-based show of the same name: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles . Although the four main heroes are noble and brave and fight against evil, they do use weapons and fists to defeat enemies. The fantasy, cartoon violence is quite tame compared to other video games, however. There's also some "comic mischief," including references to "puking" and sewage, as well as some belching.
Excerpt: TMNT, the game based on the recently released Ninja Turtles movie, falls strictly under the 'made for under 10s' heading. While some of us twenty-somethings have fond memories of the Turtles, the new movie wasn't made for us and neither was the game. Judged alongside great action platformers like Prince of Persia, TMNT comes up short, but as a game made strictly for kids, it's not a bad effort.
Conclusion: TMNT, bien qu’étant l’adaptation du film sorti le 11 avril sur nos écrans, celui-ci ne souffre pas des habituelles erreurs que l’on rencontre dans d’autres titres. La qualité graphique est de bon niveau ainsi que le scénario raconté tel une histoire. Le point faible est, comme vous l’aurez compris la durée de vie ainsi que la difficulté, mais permettra aux plus jeunes de s’amuser pendant des heures.
Pros: Des décors vastes, Une prise en main très facile, Des combats en équipe sympa
Cons: La durée de vie trop faible, La difficulté trop basse, Une caméra que l'on ne peut pas faire bouger