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TMNT - PlayStation 2

by Ubisoft
PlayStation2
 Everyone 10+
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Does well to make you feel like a Ninja Turtle. June 26 2010
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
TMNT follows the plot of the 2007 animated movie. It's told from the perspective of the Turtles looking back on the events and telling their parts of the story. Some of the scenes were altered for the game, and plots points were of course added to lengthen the time-line. No complaints there, although neither April O'Neil or Casey Jones (two main characters) make an appearance.
The voice acting is limited in terms of number of characters that have dialogue but where the Turtles and Splinter are concerned it's the same actors as in the movie, and they did a great job. Quality of the voices aside, the one-liners that are thrown about during combat don't take long to get repetitive.

The developers did a good job with recreating the look of the movie in respect to both environment and characters. The Turtles are well modeled and their movements look fluid and swift. Unfortunately the controls don't always seem to be as up to speed as the characters. I find in some cases the Turtles are meant to move faster than the controls can respond. The controls also seem to be simplified for game-play, which isn't a bad thing considering the target audience; I would have preferred the developers to have taken advantage of more of the buttons however, as little things tend to get in the way. For example, wall running is automatic. So you're trying to make a precision jump but are too close to a wall, your Turtle will take off running along it and you could end up falling into a pit. It would have been nice if you had to hold down R1 to run along the wall instead. Also the Square button is used to change characters, pull off team attack moves, and pull off a move where a brother helps throw you long distances to complete big jumps.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Probably one of the best TMNT games yet! March 27 2007
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This TMNT game is probably one of the best yet! It has awesome features including unlockables, challenge map levels, and great gameplay.

This is what I liked about it: First off, I loved how you could use cool ninja moves such as running across the walls and jumping from wall to wall to get to a higher area. I also liked how you could use the collaborative moves with the other turtles.

What I didn't like about it was: sometimes, the controller would be a bit unresponsive. I also didn't like the challenge map levels. They look like something that would come out of "TRON".

To conclude, I do like this game, but it is a little bit tricky to play. Even though I beat it quickly, it was a little frustrating at times. Other than that, it was GREAT!
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Where's the multi-player aspect to this game??? March 21 2007
By JRW - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
My son (7 yrs old) owns many of the recent TMNT games they've put out over the last few years (Battle Nexus, Mutant Nightmare). One of the best features of those games was that it supported multiple players so I was able to go in and team with my son and help him through the harder spots in the game. Plus, it was just a great vehicle to get together and do something fun. The new game, while fun for my son, is only a one player game. Now I just watch him play and he hands me the controller when he gets into trouble. The game still appears fun and he loves it...but I miss the multi-player format of the past. I can't comment much more than that since we've only played it for a short time, but if you are looking for a good TMNT game that can support multiple players...go get Battle Nexus.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great game Feb. 28 2008
By david reyes - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
i bought this game for my 9 year old, he loves it. i thought it sucked. but i starded to play it and its very fun i couldn't stop playing it. i got 20% of it passed in about 2 hours. some missions are very easy others kinda hard. the special moves are pretty cool. great game for 20 dollars. the only thing that it lacks is multiplayer i wish i could play with my son.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best TMNT games ever June 6 2009
By J. B. Leggett - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Really Great Graphics , straight foward gameplay , cute characters , fun setup and story , and a almost cartoon like look too it. Ninja Turtles is simply and fun enough for us old schoolers and modern enough for today's gamers. The controls are fairly easy and simple enough like any Ninja Turtles game , to allow anyone to have hrs. of fun. Jungle's , sewer's , running and jumping over the top of New York City . . . So Many different & creative level's make this a fun must have for your entire family and a Jem for your Playstation.

Warning: This Game might be addictive.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Movie Tie-in April 9 2007
By tvtv3 - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
TMNT is a tie-in to the film by the same name and is part of the marketing campaign to relaunch the TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES franchise. The basic storyline of the game attempts to explain what each of the turtles were doing before the events in the TMNT movie began. Somewhere between halfway and two-thirds of the way through the game, events in the game begin to simulate scenes and events from the movie, though with a slightly different twist. For example, when Leonardo is captured the brothers have to fight through Max Winters huge office complex, but instead of being in a giant cylinder container, Leo is found locked up in a cell in the basement. Also, unlike the film, Casey Jones and April O'Neil do not appear and are barely mentioned.

The overall graphics of the game is impressive. The game is definitely patterned after the film and captures many of the beautiful images of the movie, but in more detail. Also impressive with this game are some of the moves the Turtles are capable of performing. For instance, all of the Turtles can climb across walls. Also, after an initial level for each of the brothers, most of the levels allow the player to switch back and forth between brothers. They each have a special move that they use in combination with one of their brothers that is quite powerful. Using these moves are important in unlocking many of the extras of the games because the player receives shell points based upon grades they receive at the end of each level for fighting, speed, coin retrieval, and teamwork.

That's the positive stuff. The game also has some negatives that cancel out the overall playing experience. The main complaint is the overall control of the characters. TMNT involves a great deal of jumping, climbing, leaping, etc. There were many, many times during the game that the characters did not perform the action they were supposed to. Usually this was a nuisance, but at other times it became critical. For instance, there are a couple instances in the game where the only way to continue forward is when the Turtle (usually either Leo or Raphael) have to leap between buildings in a narrow space resembling a chimney in order to reach the top of a rough or ledge. This doesn't seem difficult, but it is because the characters on the screen fail to follow the moves of the controller. Ordinary I would say this is a because of a lack of skills of the player, but my brother and his roommates had just as much difficulty with these levels as I did. Instead of jumping from left to right as the Turtles should do (and do do most of the game) they end up jumping backwards and leaping of the edge. It is quite frustrating and makes it very difficult to get through the level in a short amount of time. TMNT is also pretty much a platform game broken up by bits of fighting. I didn't mind it so much because I like platform games, but some people might get the impression that this is largely a fighting/action game. Finally, the game is only available for one person play. There are scenes in the game and battles that would be quite fun to play against another player if the option was available.

Overall, TMNT isn't a bad game. The graphics are great and the overall storyline isn't bad. Just be aware that there are a few kinks here and there that might be frustrating to get through. It's not a bad game in the relaunch of a franchise, but here's hoping that the next game will be even better.
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