- Platform: Xbox 360
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This Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game is based on the CG animated movie produced by Imagi Animation Studios and based on Mirage Studios' Foot Clan-kicking Turtle heroes. The game takes place in a New York City plagued by secretive villains and strange, otherworldly creatures. Faced with these perils, the Turtles will experience their most trying time as heroes and as a family, as Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo lose their focus and struggle to maintain their unity and ninja discipline. It's up to Leonardo and the faithful father figure Splinter to reunite the band of brothers and save New York City from a monstrous evil that lurks around every corner. Players engage in over-the-top acrobatic navigation, collaborative combat and powerful fighting moves.
In the new TMNT world the Ninja Turtles are no longer confined to sewer system and are now both above and below ground in the world. Strange events have been occurring in New York City fast-moving shadows, strange star alignments, and creatures attacking the city. Is the wealthy and mysterious industrialist Max Wintersinvolved? The city needs the Turtles now more that ever, but they are in their most trying time as heroes and as a family.
While Leonardo was away on a special training mission his brothers Michelangelo, Donatello and Raphael became lost and directionless. With the city and family at stake, it's up to Leonardo with Zen Master Splinter to restore unity and ninja discipline to the Turtles.
Son has always enjoyed Ninja Turtles and like the game.Published 12 days ago by Elizabeth Kontoyannis
Most boring game I've ever played easy for achievements, awful platforming, repetitive combat, mediocre story, and awful voice acting, played this for 6 and half hours and I... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Richard Macleod
Not a bad game my son played the game then he got bored of it .Published 13 months ago by Chris omerou
I'm sick of some people slagging of 360 games saying halo 3 is crap or gears of war is too short and on and on. Read morePublished on 2 Nov. 2007 by Neil Wood