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Ok, so you are into games. Who isn’t? Stay updated with the latest TMNT video game releases right here. We have also provided insightful reviews in this section to help you decide on your next TMNT video game purchase.

It's been a long time coming, but fans can finally look forward to a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game based on Nickelodeon's TMNT! Image Source: Nickelodeon, Viacom.
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No, you’re not imagining anything. A brand new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game was just announced by the arcade cabinet company Raw Thrills. After decades of waiting for a follow up to titles like Turtles in Time, we finally

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Despite being released less than 12 months ago, Activision has decided to remove Mutants in Manhattan from pretty much every digital marketplace. Image Source: Activision, Platinum Games.
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In a move that has baffled fans and gamers alike, Activision has removed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan from digital platforms such as Steam, PSN and Xbox Live. They have yet to make a statement about this decision,

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The episode Trans-Dimensional Turtles was nominated for an Annie Award. Image Source: Nickelodeon.
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While Nickelodeon may be considering the eventual cancellation of their hit series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the cartoon continues to earn accolades left and right. In a decision that probably won’t surprise too many fans, an episode from Nick’s TMNT

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Logo and artwork for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan. Image Source: Activision, Platinum Games
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Although it was just released a few months ago, the latest TMNT game from Activision has already dropped to an incredibly low price. Many fans enjoyed this game, but others found it lacking the depth and gameplay features they were

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New TMNT NES games from Pacnsacdave. Source: Etsy.
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I know what you’re saying to yourself right now, and by all rights you aren’t wrong. Yes, the Nintendo Entertainment System has been a dead format for decades; No, there were no licenses issued for these games. Technically, these are

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