Revenge of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Shredder: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video game that knocked fans down?

Game News Revenge of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Shredder: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video game that knocked fans down?

“Four turtles from hell in the city …” These few words likely rekindled the flame of fans growing up in the 90s. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are well and truly back to face their sworn enemies in a new Beat ’em All… Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge.


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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge tells of the shocking return of Shredder, one would have been suspected, on the streets of New York. The great evil of the saga and his henchmen attempted a modification of the Statue of Liberty, then attacked the Channel 6 area. Not one or two, our four teenage mutant ninja turtles jump in their Turtle Van, it can’t be invented, and go to the crime scene to save the day, Turtle style! This is the starting point of this new 100% new adventure envisioned by screenwriters and that took place in the universe of the ’87 animated series.


One thing is for sure, the Tribute Games artists were delighted and expressed their love of the franchise through this new adaptation of Ninja Turtles. The all-pixel direction of art is a model of its kind as well as for everything related to decorations as characters. And what about animations done entirely “by hand”, if not shouting a loud COWABUNGA ??? The attention to detail, the accuracy of the movements, the flashes sprinkled here and there on a fairly interactive level… Shredder’s Revenge gives us a 2D visual uppercut definitely from a nostalgic past, but oh so mastered. If you want to clean the streets of New York with retro sauce… Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is waiting for you. Especially since the game will run at 60 frames per second – dynamically depending on the machine – and will deliver a resolution of 1920 * 1080.


Even if it means a leap into the past, more precisely in 1987, you can recapture an increasingly popular and dominant video game genre in the late 80s and early 90s… Beat’em All. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge takes the formula and modernizes it to stick as much as possible in the fighting style of the turtles. The goal hasn’t changed in 30 years and is to go through multiple levels and eliminate the enemies that block our path. Simple, effective and above all hard to hit, the Tribute Games title relies on dynamic Team versus ALL combat and fast pace to stand out from other games in the genre, starting with the iconic Streets of Rage 4 which was released in April 2020.

Shredder’s Revenge looks poised to appeal to both franchise fans by being series-realistic and accessible while flirting with fight purists through many, often contextual, combos to learn and practice. This Beat’em All is especially thought to share. Fully playable from 1 to 4 players online, offline and a mix of the two, this version of TMNT 2022 puts cooperation at the center of a family multiplayer experience with attacks that are only available to many people and a very useful resuscitation mechanic. Walking the city streets in the skin of a turtle, but not only that, is never as fun and exciting.


This new Ninja Turtles adventure can easily be summed up as… “The shredder is back again, things aren’t going well, but don’t be afraid, the turtles are here!” And that’s enough to have a good time. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is packaged in a sober game, made in the manner of animated comics or Animated Comics. Tribute Games ‘Beat‘ em All is apparently inspired by the ’90s series and set in the same universe. This is in a way the spiritual continuation of the 10 seasons broadcast between 1987 and 1996 that is not accurately located in chronology. Simply put, this original story imagined by the scriptwriters of Tribute Games happens to be identical to the main series and is intended to be its canon.


The inside level, TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge regularly adds lots of risk -free ingredients (pizza) that won’t melt. The suggested experience focuses only on solo and cooperation via Arcade and Story modes. No versus mode to get your teeth in. The first takes the codes of the arcade terminals previously with a credit system and a ringing and stumbling Game Over. The second adds some elements taken from role -playing games to increase the adventure. So it’s possible and good to unlock new skills for each game character as you progress.

The fighters available to players are six in number. If this number seems low, note the care given to each of them and their awareness of full 2D. Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, Raphael, Master Splinter and April O’Neil all have specific abilities and gameplay. As fans, we regret the loss of troublemaker and hockey player Casey Jones. This noticeable loss despite being paid for by fifteen levels and the twenty bosses that graced the adventure didn’t forget the many cameos and other winks intended for fans of the turtles.

Little detail that changes everything, the game begins with an opening that will create the nostalgic chord of the kids we used to vibrate. This cover of cult credits from 1987 was composed by Mike Patton, the singer of the group Faith No More, touched the heart. Granted, the soundtrack will only be available in English, but the latter has little effect every time the game is launched. The original vocals are back as well, in english only, which reinforces the reality of a game that wants to be true to the spirit of the animated series. Francophones are sure to be disappointed before putting things in perspective.


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge may just be the long-awaited Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans of the game have been waiting for, as long as you go ahead and give the nunchak’s call completely!

By Hilom_JayJournalist


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