When compared to the arcade version this game was ok at best. I never really dug it because it was way too easy. It was a decent port over, but unless I have someone to play with. It will continue collecting dust. I will give it credit though, and admit it was nice seeing Slash take the place of that mud creature from the arcade.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time is not only the best TMNT game out there, it is SO much more! The 90's through the very early 2000's were the best years in gaming, and It definitely goes to show. The turtles were "da' bomb" back then and playing this as a kid blew my freaking socks off. I remember playing the original TMNT on the NES. Oh, how I remember that craptastic failure. There were very few good turtles games, but this struck green … more
Well I just talked about one classic SNES game, heres another one. Back when we still had those things called arcades, arcade to home transfers really didn't get any justice till the 16 bit era rolled around. Sure there were some decent ones like Atari 5200's Pac Man and NES's Gauntlet 2 were decent, there were plenty others that left a lot to be desired. SNES really helped get the ball rolling with they're conversions of Street Fighter 2 and … more
While on a news story, reporter April O'Neil witnesses the Statue of Liberty being stolen by Dimension-X ruler Krang. The Shredder wastes no time claiming the theft on TV. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles also witness the event and immediately spring to action with intentions on breaking into the Technodrome. The Shredder is obviously ready; but what exactly is his plan? -summary There was a time when I thought that the mindless fun, two player co-op, side … more
I loved this game! It was a little bit too easy, even on the hardest setting and with the lives code. I can't think of any other game or anything for that matter that made such clever and witty use of the word "shell". ie. Shell-shocked, let's kick shell, bury my shell at wounded knee.