Summary: Got this to play with my oldest son who is a huge fan of the show. I'm not sure if we got a defective game or not but all the lip syncing in the cut scenes is waaaaay off and the sound is super low (throughout the game) and has pops/hisses.
Summary: After some years I have picked thi game up in my shelves for it's historically easy 1000GS... now I rebember, the horrible graphics, bugged gameplay and awful controls of the game. This game is of a past generation quality (PS2, etc.
Summary: When I got the game , I instantly started to play it . After 7 mins into the game , the game just stops and You always have to restart . It does this everytime I play it. I have no other problems with any of my other games but this one smh , a waste of money .
Summary: I loved some of the older TMNT games, but this one is really sad. The graphics are alright, but that's the only good thing to say about it. There is no multiplayer or co-op of any kind, which is unforgiveable. The really sad thing about this game is the near absence of fighting! Yes, its true.
Summary: Save your Microsoft points for an Arcade game that you might actually play more than once. Does not feel nostalgic just boring and repetitive. Would seriously recommend something else for a scrolling beat um-up (Double Dragon, Golden Axe ect, ect( although not great themselves) would be better ets).
Summary: TMNT is a passable action/adventure game geared more towards kids and inexperienced gamers. The main content of the game has you as the members of the Turtles performing ninja acrobatics to cross the city of New York to get to a rare fight with a couple baddies or a boss.
Summary: TMNT is the latest of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games and is the companion to the recent movie of the same title. You fight as each of the turtles, and sometimes can switch between them, through several stages (I think there were 14 or 16) that more or less (often less) accompany the plot of...