Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Published by EA, Developed by EA

Genres: Action / Fighting (1 players)

US release date: Mar 20th, 2007 | EU release date: Mar 30th, 2007

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Turtles are back! Based on the all-new CGI TMNT movie, Ubisoft's TMNT video game takes place in New York City, a city plagued with fast-moving shadows and attacks from strange creatures. Could the wealthy and mysterious Max Winters be involved? New York City needs the Turtles now more than ever but they face their most trying time both as heroes and as brothers. With the fate of the City and their family at stake, it's up to Leonardo with Zen Master Splinter to restore unity and ninja discipline to the Turtles. Join the Ninja Turtles team and experience unique acrobatic navigation, collaborative combat and powerful fighting moves. Engage in over-the-top Ninja action to reunite the Turtles and save New York City.

Embody All Four Famous Turtles
Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo are playable, each with unique acrobatic moves, weapons and combat skills, such as Michelangelo's fast nunchuk face slap and Raphael's powerful Sai throw.

Extends the TMNT Movie Experience
The video game uses the same dark and dangerous environments and same themes in the new TMNT movie. Will the Turtles be able to unite against the odds or will sibling rivalries create an unstoppable rift between the brothers? Only the player's abilities can determine the outcome for the family.

Intense Ninja Fighting
By harnessing the power of Ninjitsu, the four Turtles have become masters of combat. Leonardo shows a calm discipline when he faces his foes, attacking carefully and masterfully. Donatello's bow staff can be used to reach distant enemies and as a pivot for him to swing himself around the arena. Michelangelo is a fast, flamboyant, energetic fighter, good for quick slashes with nearby enemies but for powerful direct attacks nothing beats the intensity of Raphael's powerful Sai punches.

Unique Acrobatic Navigation
The Turtles jump from rooftop to rooftop, scale tall buildings, dive into sewers and race through every corner of the city to confront their enemies. Using the Jade Engine (Prince of Persia franchise), Ubisoft's acclaimed Montreal development team brings a unique fast-paced navigation element to the Turtles gameplay.

Powerful Tag Team Moves
Together the Turtles can team up to reach locations unattainable alone, or use their unique individual abilities to find alternate routes and secret areas of New York City. By pairing up in combat, the Turtles can leverage their combined powers to create a multitude of devastating attacks to cripple the enemy.

Diverse Enemies and Bosses
Characters from the movie and the original comic book series creep out of the shadows to face the Turtles. From the Purple Dragon Street Gang to the infamous Foot Clan, a new group of enemies lurks in the sewers. Find out what their plan is and how the Turtles can stop them.

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Someone said:

Sweet the Turtles ROCK!

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DarkVic said:

The last turtle game was a flop, let's hope with the Wii features this one will be better.

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Cammac said:

It's based on the new movie. Games based off movies tend to be rushed to match up to the movie release date as close as possible. I'm guessing it will be short and buggy.

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DarkVic said:

When they try to base a game on a movie, they try too hard.

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Captain Jamesman said:

I didn't know they were gonna have a new TMNT movie.

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DarkVic said:

It looks awesome! The turtles are going to be computerized instead of having people dress up in some crappy costume.

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Captain Jamesman said:

The costumes they usually wore were not crappy!

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Sonic Fan said:

Have ya'll seen the new series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward? You know, where they are in the year 2105?

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Wii Boy said:

I like the old TMNT games for super Nintendo.

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O_0 said:

I want it. I love turtles that are mutated.

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Box said:

Aren't they to old to fight stuff in the year 2105?

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Sonic Fan said:

Actually, they got transported to that year because of Michael Angelo. He pressed a button on the remote trying to change back to his Sci fi shows, but instead of that he and the other turtles including Master Splinter got transported to that year a hundred years from now.

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O_0 said:

Are you dissing the ninja turtle movies DarkVic? There wouldn't be this game if they hadn't made the movie so shut it! Those movies are sweet. I have all three!

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Ekaj185 said:

That must be a cool TV. How big was it? Widescreen? LCD or Plasma? HD? 70" or bigger? If it's all of those I'll buy it.

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wii-mote dude said:

Those turtle games for the GBA were horrible! I hope they don't try to imitate any other games like last time. They should make their own style! The turtles have so much potential, but no one's harnessing it.

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Crimson Demon said:

The game sounds good. I'll have to try it.

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Scooby!_Jew said:

Oh boy. The turtles return. Again.

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Iza said:

The movies sucked except the first one. I mean, turtles in time? Cmon! And the movies didn't start anything! There wouldn't be any movies if it wasn't for the comics and extreme popularity of the action figures and the old old games.

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dotdot said:

Cowabunga!

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DarkVic said:

I'm not a big fan of the TMNT games, nor the show. The movies are ok. I do want to see the new movie. But the movie tie-in will probably be a bust. The past TMNT games had the most repetitive gameplay ever, and it wasn't much fun. Hopefully they'll change the gameplay mechanics on this game.

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Wiimaster said:

Okay addition to the Wii. I want no more heroes damnit!

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Captain Jamesman said:

What's your problem Wiimaster? Heroes are the peanut butter & Jelly on the sandwich of video games! Saying such crap would mean you don't want video games!

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Wii Freak said:

I don't like peanut butter and jelly sandwhiches.

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Captain Jamesman said:

Well, whatever kind of sandwich you like. Anyway, video games can't live without heroes! (Anti-Heroes like Shadow & Laharl are acceptable). Games would bring doom to us all if it was all about villains!

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c-man said:

This game might have fast forward. Think of it, the first ninja turtle game for gamecube and such had the first season. The second game had the battle nexus second season, and mutant nightmare had the third season. So of course this game will have fast forward.

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Coryd10 said:

The show sucks now with Fast Forward (Lets jack bodies and copy halo). I don't like the games but I liked the old show and the really old show. Don't forget the movies, they're pro.

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cman said:

This game does not have fast forward, it is based off the new movie. The movie is in CGI, there won't be any people in costumes.

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B. Darius said:

Yo, I just found out that the very first "Ninja Turtle" game is coming to the VC.

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Ian C. said:

Cool I want it.

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DarkVic said:

PP&J sandwhitches sound good right now. *Daydreams* anyways, this game, by the looks of those videos, looks quite impressive. The graphics are quite nice for a movie game.

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Captain Jamesman said:

This game looks good by the movies. I should get this.

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claire said:

Does anyone know whether the Turtles game will have a mini game section or whether it is purely just a story based single player game? Thanks.

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Captain Jamesman said:

That depends, did the other games have mini-games?

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Yoshi-1up said:

I heard this game isn't that great. But I'll buy it it anyways used. It looks cool!

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That Guy said:

I've got this game and yeah it has mini games which you have to earn by getting the rank of B or above in each mission (relatively easy). All in all its a good game. Good graphics.

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wiiplay said:

I love this game. My favorite level is ninja tag.

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mugen senshi valis said:

I prefer turtles in time on super nes. Now that's a real game. Got to love the 90's.

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totalpimp said:

What teenager doesn't love crime fighting turtles?

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Lay-Z Boy said:

I want this, I have Battle Nexxus.

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