TMNT: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Greatest Hits)

Compatible with PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)

For US/Canada systems.
Version: US
USD 0.00

Item Description

Based on the all-new CGI TMNT movie, Ubisoft’s TMNT™ video game takes place in New York City, a city plagued with fast-moving shadows and attacks from strange creatures. Could the wealthy and mysterious Max Winters be involved? New York City needs the Turtles now more than ever but they face their most trying time both as heroes and as brothers. With the fate of the City and their family at stake, it’s up to Leonardo with Zen Master Splinter to restore unity and ninja discipline to the Turtles. In this highly immersive experience, join the Ninja Turtles team and experience intense acrobatic navigation, collaborative combat and powerful fighting moves. Engage in over-the-top Ninja action to reunite the Turtles and save New York City.

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Surprisingly playable TMNT game
I've got the PS2 version of this game and thought that it would not be as good as the versions for other consoles.

In fact, the PS2 game had reasonably good graphics and rather good gameplay. The narration is done through a comic book style (not like Max Payne, though) and each turtle has its own turn to fight.

Like the old NES games, the turtles in the game had a unique capability each, though it is more of a logistics advantage rather than a fighting one. For example, Raphael could use his sai to scale vertical walls, Michaelangelo could use his nunchuks as a helicopter to transport him a short distance to another building and Donatello could use his bo to leap across a great distance.

The fighting in the game is arcade stuff and is not very interesting. The puzzles and platform gaming is quite good as the interaction with the environment is crucial to progress.

This game is only for single player, however, and it would have been interesting if it was for two players like the 90s games.
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