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The game is value priced at 400 MP ($5), which was meant to tie in with the marketing efforts of the 2007 animated film and game release. I really enjoyed TMNT, it brought back a ton of memories for me. I would highly recommend this game to anyone looking for a fun coop experience, beat-em-up, or a nostalgic road trip. The price point only secures this decision as a must buy.
Anyone in their early 20s has to have fond memories of playing this classic arcade title at bowling alleys and skating rinks. Now it’s been ported to the Xbox Live Arcade, playing exactly as you remember it. Play it by yourself and you’ll get bored fairly quickly. Play with one to three friends and it’s an absolute retro blast.
Lançado na febre pelo desenho, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" foi, no bom sentido, um verdadeiro caça-níquel que causou filas em fliperamas. Jogadores da nova geração devem torcer o nariz para os gráficos datados e ação simplória. De fato, opção de visual melhorado seria bem vinda, mas antes de se esconder dentro do casco, vale a pena dar uma chance para o quarteto - como todos os jogos disponíveis na Xbox Live Árcade, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" tem uma versão demo. Se o modo single-player não oferece muitos atrativos, terminar o cooperativo com 20 vidas não é desafio para qualquer tartaruga e por si só vale os 400 Microsoft Points (US$ 5) cobrados pelo game. Custa menos que uma pizza.
Minor qualms aside, TMNT: Arcade actually lived up to my fond memories. It turns out I didn't just play crap back in the day. For those who haven't downloaded it yet – what are you waiting for? It's the perfect arcade title for 360 owners looking for a blast from the past, and it proves that the Wii hasn't quite corned the market on classic gaming just yet. And for those of you wondering, yes, Donatello is still the best Turtle.
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These are the types of games that will simply live on, burned permanently into every gamer’s memory. As for now, 13 years later, TMNT stills holds it's own against the most recent games in this dying genre. To those who have kids, this is a great way to introduce them to the hobby, especially since the Turtles have recently made a comeback to Saturday mornings and theaters.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ist ein Automatenklassiker, der sicherlich auch heute noch seine Fans hat. Wer es früher mochte, wird auch heute noch seinen Spaß daran haben, ebenso wie Freunde der Turtles. Wer jedoch einfach nur das Feeling früherer Tage erleben will, sollte eher zu einigen wesentlich besseren Alternativen greifen.
There's no denying how many people want to revisit their youth and play this game, but outside of nostalgia the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game is short and shallow. Then again, it's also an exciting action game full of great characters and cool levels. The fact that this version of the game allows you to play online makes this a must own for anybody who loved the turtles.
Knock a point off the score if you're not a fan. This brawler exemplifies what arcade games used to be about: getting four smelly guys together to ninja flip generic grunts out the window of a burning building to rescue a news reporter with highly exaggerated breasts. Everything is still there but the body odor and the fresh pizza smell hanging in the air. At $5, this baby is definitely worth a purchase for fans, and even worth it for non-fans just to see what all the fuss was about.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game is een echte klassieke beat em up die heerlijk weg speelt en vooral in co-op multiplayer erg veel fun zal bieden. Het is wel bijzonder jammer dat er geen limiet zit op het aantal credits dat je mag verspillen om door alle afwisselende stages te geraken. Gelukkig zijn er dan nog altijd de interessante achievements om enige uitdaging uit te halen.
De turtles hebben niet veel van hun oude charme verloren en deze goede port van de Konami game zal jong en oud kunnen boeien. Niet voor lang, want je kunt door een oneindig aantal credits het spel in één avondje uitspelen. Daarna zullen achievements of andere spelers je moeten motiveren. Of ga je het spel keer op keer opnieuw uitspelen?
Turtles is about as shallow as gaming gets, with even less to offer than Renegade, a game already three years old by the time this hit the arcade. It's no surprise that not long after its release Capcom released the similar yet vastly superior Final Fight, forcing Konami to try that little bit harder with its later Simpsons and X-Men side-scrollers. Already outclassed by its peers in 1989, the shortcomings of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are laid horribly bare in 2007. Within an hour of downloading the thing I'd completed it twice - once on my own, once in multiplayer co-op - and see no reason to ever go back to it again. Even at 400 points, that's pretty shoddy value.