I went into this game with an open mind, and I really didn't get something to fill it. TMNT is a straightforward and simple game. You run in one direction until you reach the end. Now, mind you, there are certain parts when your race against time is interrupted for a short lesson or to simply fight off some bad guys. However, the only time you fight people are after it subtly tells you to. It does this by having the word fight flash on the screen. Am I starting to sound redundant yet? Also, the camera views are both frustrating and annoyingly bad. Flying through the air in a certain direction, only to have the camera shift on you, and find yourself flying through the air in the wrong direction. On the other hand, if you simply want a game that takes little or no thought or want a quick & easy 1000 achievement points, definately pick up TMNT. Because of the easy 1000 points I will give it a 6.5.
TMNT seems to be that sort-of game that kids will just love. It can be a great experience for anyone but the designs of some levels lead to frustration. There are sixteen levels to complete. Some of the very first levels... Read Full Review
I wasn't going to buy this game but after watching the clerks play the game in the EB Game store it drew a crowd including me. I was there to buy Virtua Tennis, but they didn't have it in yet and on my way out of the st... Read Full Review