There were WAY to many fights that happened every 2 seconds. It was so annoying! Though it happened way to much, the actual combat was fine. The gameplay itself is varied such as when would have to work together with your brothers for harder attacks or attack combos and for longer jumps. You could switch out between the characters Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo. There were a few bosses every now and then. There are also collectible coins in almost each level. It had a few memorable backgrounds that you can relate to from the movie. Unlike some games, it also strictly follows the story line of the movie. It was pretty good if you like to see the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in action. It has extras like movies, art, and other stuff you could view. It gets really frustrating during some parts if you get stuck, such as when you are doing some platforming and the controls get a bit wanky. Out of personal experience, I think this game is more fun for kids or TMNT fans than most of the general populace, though I may be wrong.
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