As if TMNT hasn’t made a big enough splash on TV and the silver screen, our lovable Turtle siblings have also starred in several video games. In 1989, an action/adventure over world/side-scrolling hybrid game (think Grand Theft Auto-type gameplay, but in pre-3D days of 8-bit gaming) was released on the NES. The same year also saw the release of a an arcade side-scrolling fighting game, which followed gameplay made popular by the Double Dragon series. 25 years later, we have been graced with several TMNT video games that span multiple platforms. Some of the more popular of which have been Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan.
While most of the early games were based on the 1987 TV series, many of the subsequent TMNT games would be based on the 2003 series. 2013 saw the release of TMNT: Out of the Shadows (many people found the following review helpful). The upcoming TMNT movie will likely inspire more TMNT video games, which we will be sure to review.
“Since TMNT is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year… now seemed like the perfect time to…create another TMNT tribute.” –Ryan Fitzpatrick, a.k.a. PlantiumFungi With the 30th anniversary of TMNT upon us, fan support has hit new highs. Those with
With Nintendo now facing serious competition in their quest to remain on top of the console heap, it was only a matter of time before franchises started branching out to reach a larger consumer base. So when the Sega Genesis
Yes, another few weeks has gone by and there is yet another Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game to talk about. While the previous title we discussed was only available on the 3DS, this title is available on the app store
When Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles proved to be an arcade smash hit for Konami, there was no choice but to follow it up with another four-player side-scrolling adventure. Released in 1991, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time brought the
Following the success of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game in arcades and on the Nintendo Entertainment System, Konami sought to capitalize on the home gaming system market once again. So, in 1992, the next NES chapter of the