Reviews and Problems with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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Can we get Lego Ninja Turtles already?
1 week ago
Summary: Ok, so the new Ninja Turtles series on Nickelodeon turned out to be really good, but I have to say the game doesn't match the quality of the show. It's extremely repetitive, combat has no depth, and while the turtles themselves look good, the rest of the game looks really bland and generic. When "Collect and eat pizza to increase your Turtle's health!" is actually listed as a feature on Amazon's product page, you know there's trouble ahead.
Summary: I bought this for my right year old son for Christmas. He and his dad ended up beating the game in a matter of a few hours. Don't feel like we got our money's worth but sometimes you never know.
Summary: Bought this game for my 5 year old who has been watching the new reboot of TMNT on Nick (which is fantastic). Unfortunately, this game is not on par with the tv series quality. If you get this on sale or buying it for a child, it will be worth it - easy contols and basically some mindless button mashing. For an adult, it can get boring and annoying quick. I enjoy playing with my son but this games really makes it a chore for me to do.
Summary: I am a huge TMNT fan. Epically when it comes to the Nickelodeon series. I bought this game when it first came out and I easily beat it in about 2-3 hours. The gameplay is good for an action/fighting game but every level is the same mission and very repetitive. All you do is fight foot solders, bash Krang bots, and pummel mousers. The graphics are ok and has all the voice actors from the TV show (except for Leonardo. But younger players might not notice).
TMNT is a game that's clearly aimed at kids. If you're a fan of the original Turtles, you may want to skip this one...
Jessie P. Matte "Jessie P. Matte", Amazon
16 November 2013
Summary: First of all, this is a kid's game. The game is definitely aimed at kids that watch the "new" Turtles television show, and not the classic series. If you're an adult and you're looking for old school, Turtles, then, move on. And, if you do, you'll be better off playing the first TMNT released on the Xbox 360. You should steer clear of the newest Turtles XBLA title (which is horrible and nearly unplayable).
Summary: I purchased this for my little boy. Picked it up the day it released. You should wait until it drops in price. If you purchase it for no more than $15... it should be ok. I was very disappointed in this game. TMNT that was released by UBISOFT a few years back was way better. I am just surprised with the advances in game tech that this game could have such poor quality.
Summary: This is a decent platformer than can be beat in a couple of days. Has nice cartoon graphics and the platforming is enjoyable. The fighting system is weak and there is little challenge until the final boss. Rent don't buy.