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Uncredited cast:
Raphael (voice) (uncredited)
Greg Carey ...
Hun (voice) (uncredited)
Darren Dunstan ...
Splinter (voice) (uncredited)
Vinnie Penna ...
Michelangelo (voice) (uncredited)
Scott Rayow ...
The Shredder (voice) (uncredited)
Donatello (voice) (uncredited)
Leonardo (voice) (uncredited)
Eric Stuart ...
Harry 'The Shlub' Parker / Quarry (voice) (uncredited)
April O'Neil (voice) (uncredited)
Marc Thompson ...
Casey Jones (voice) (uncredited)
Scott Williams ...
Baxter Stockman (voice) (uncredited)


The Ninja Turtles finally get to go to the surface and try out their Ninja moves by defending the weak. When suddenly they run smack-dab into a street gang known as the Purple Dragons. Not only that, but they are ambushed by Foot Ninjas and small robots with sharp teeth called Mousers, built by that naive, semi-mad scientist Baxter Stockman. The turtles must defeat these enemies, shut down Stocktronics Labs, while making their way from the streets of New York to the Foot's hideout. The turtles must brave the streets, subway tunnels, subway cars, a bridge, the top of a truck, even the vast underground world where Foot scientists turned peaceful humans into bloodthirsty mutant monsters. When the turtles arrive at the Foot compound, they must go up against the leader of the Purple Dragons. 7'2, 500 pound Hun. Not to mention an array of Foot Elite Ninjas and invisible Foot Tech Ninjas, as well as the head of the Foot, as well as the entire criminal underground: The Shredder. Will our lean... Written by <robocoptng986127>

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31 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Cute and colorful but too childish
9 March 2005 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

From a graphics point of view this game is very impressive. Sadly from a gameplay angle it's kind of limited and every level is basically the same thing.

This could basically be described as a side-scrolling beat-em-up, though the uncontrollable camera POV becomes very annoying. And compared with old-school games of the same genre, it doesn't hold up. Pow, biff, bam, smack! It just goes on and on for the whole game.

There are some levels that could have been cool, like the rooftop or subway stages. How cool would it have been to chuck the bad guys off the roof or onto the subway tracks? Very, but an invisible wall prevents this from happening. It's so disappointed that a lot of exploration is cut short. In the subway level trains rocket past in the tunnels on either side of you, but in the middle tunnel (where you battle loads of bad guys) there's no trains at all. Most levels are this way, there's just no REAL interaction with the environment.

The Streets of Rage games on the Genesis were better. It's the same thing. The city is overrun with thugs headed by a big boss. You beat them up and kill the boss. TMNT does not improve on this concept. Cute graphics though.

It's also kind of easy. The game is totally aimed at kids. I've seen better, I've seen worse. But I would suggest renting the game as it's long-time appeal is drastically short.

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