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2.44 stars 2.44/5 Stars Average score of 9 user reviews spread across 10 releases and 0 DLC

Great platforming but horrible combat 0

TMNT for Xbox 360 is based on the feature film that was released in 2007. It features all 4 of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; Leonardo, Raphael, Michaelangelo and Donatello. Splinter will serve as your guide throughout the game. All of the characters are voiced, but I'm not sure if they are the voice actors from the movie, or from the current cartoon on Kids WB. Either way they sound quite good. TMNT is a 3D platformer/adventure game developed by Ubisoft Montreal. The game is divided up into ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Boring 0

TMNT offers some interesting platforming elements, but repetitive and brain dead combat result in a mediocre game. The story is basically told as a flashback, while the turtles look back at how they became close brothers and a team that works together. Unfourtuanitly the story doesn't ever really explain well on why your doing what your doing at the moment. On the flip side the game treats the player to very well done voice acting. But your out of luck, if you came here for a well told turtle ta...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

COWABUNGA! Or not.... 0

TMNT is not the worst movie-tie-in ever, but certainly not one of the best. You take control of either 1 or all 4 of the turtles and follow a course on a decent amount of levels taking out wave of bad guys and jumping over obstacles in order to complete the level, nothing new here then, and to top it of, it is extremely repetitive, you just do the same thing all the time on every level. Climb walls and jump on platforms, fight, climb walls and jump on platforms, fight, climb walls and you get th...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

No multipalyer!? 0

TMNT is not the worst movie-tie-in ever, but certainly not one of the best. You take control of either 1 or all 4 of the turtles and follow a course on a decent amount of levels taking out wave of bad guys and jumping over obstacles in order to complete the level, nothing new here then, and to top it of, it is extremely repetitive, you just do the same thing all the time on every level. Climb walls and jump on platforms, fight, climb walls and jump on platforms, fight, climb walls and you get th...

0 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A disgrace to teenagers, mutants, ninjas and turtles alike 0

TMNT is not the worst movie-tie-in ever, but certainly not one of the best. You take control of either 1 or all 4 of the turtles and follow a course on a decent amount of levels taking out wave of bad guys and jumping over obstacles in order to complete the level, nothing new here then, and to top it of, it is extremely repetitive, you just do the same thing all the time on every level. Climb walls and jump on platforms, fight, climb walls and jump on platforms, fight, climb walls and you get th...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Shell-shockily bad! 0

TMNT is not the worst movie-tie-in ever, but certainly not one of the best. You take control of either 1 or all 4 of the turtles and follow a course on a decent amount of levels taking out wave of bad guys and jumping over obstacles in order to complete the level, nothing new here then, and to top it of, it is extremely repetitive, you just do the same thing all the time on every level. Climb walls and jump on platforms, fight, climb walls and jump on platforms, fight, climb walls and you get th...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Best Version of the Game 0

Usually, it is the licensed games that are on the bottom of the video game food chain, but on the Game Boy Advance, it seems to be the exact opposite.  The console version of the game felt shallow and empty, but this version is action packed with a classic feel that will satisfy older, younger, hardcore, and casual gamers alike.  The game plays very similar to the older Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle games to appeal to the older hardcore players, and the linear gameplay will appeal to younger and c...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

TMNT is the definition of crap 0

Going into TMNT, I do not think anyone would be expecting much from this game. It's a licensed game from the most recent movie that bears the same name. GameplayTMNT is a platformer at its core. When you begin the game you only get a choice of one of the turtles, but as you progress, you play as the others and can seamlessly switch off between them at any time. There are also combat sections spread throughout each level. Most of the platforming works pretty well, but after the first few levels i...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

One for the Kiddies 0

I would dare say that there is a lot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fans out there. The cartoons as well as some of the earlier movies were some of the most popular cartoons in when I was growing up. Often I found myself waking every morning to be glued to the T.V. set for a new episode in the turtle’s chapter. As time moved on the turtles evolved and followed a new drawing style which reminds us of some Pokemon cartoon which didn't please older fans.   Gameplay Well first off lets just say th...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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