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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare

by Konami
GameCube
Everyone 10+
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews) 57 / 100

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  • 4-player Story Mode with wide range of moves and combos
  • Power-up/customize your character as you progress through the game
  • Great variety in gameplay including vehicle, fight and exploration stages
  • Inclusion of retro TMNT arcade game to appeal to fans!

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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009Z3KBW
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches ; 6.1 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 15, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,229 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare (TMNT3) is the most in-depth TMNT game to date. TMNT3 introduces a wealth of unique features, including characters that evolve, a new experience point system, improved fighting control, and more advanced multiplayer capabilities. As a special bonus, old-school Turtle fans will be able to unlock one of the original TMNT arcade games.

TMNT3 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Nintendo GameCube puts more of a focus on teamwork, character development, and control than any other console Turtles game to date. Gamers can play as their favorite Turtle alone or with up to three friends, earning experience points along the way as they slash and bash Foot Ninjas and powerful, well-known bosses from the TMNT universe. These experience points allow players to improve and evolve their Turtles’ traits and abilities for more varied, powerful attacks and moves. The Ninja Scroll system is another new feature on TMMT3. Being able to select which ninja scrolls to use allows the Turtles to use various special abilities strategically. Cooperative play lies at the heart of TMNT3 and gamers who team up with friends for multiplayer action are rewarded with exclusive features such as Cooperative Attack for even more shell shocking damage to enemies. The effect of this attack changes depending on the number of players working together (between two to four players).

For even greater control, TMNT3 features a new combat system called the Target Attack system that lets gamers play more instinctively and strategically. With the Target Attack system, players are able to lock onto specific enemies and block, dodge, or counter attack accordingly for smoother and more maneuverable combat. Story mode can be played with one to four players. Even when you have less than four players to play, the other Turtles will be at your side, controlled through AI. All the Turtles can participate in Cooperative Attack to beat enemies and players can give commands to the AI.

Features:

  • Play as your favorite Turtle and power up to customize your character as you progress through the game
  • Co-op four-player mode with wide range of combo moves
  • Special multiplayer features such as "Hyper Combo" and "Cooperative Attack" add to the excitement of four-player action
  • Gameplay variety including vehicle, fight, and exploration stages
  • Retro TMNT arcade game included as unlockable content

Product Description

In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Nightmare you'll get to join the TMNT in their latest set of adventures. Whether they're battling the Foot Ninja on the streets of NYC or infiltrating the Triceraton base, they're always out looking for action - or perhaps action is looking for them!


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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Season 3 and more November 28, 2005
By Simon
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I didn't pick up the first two Ninja Turtles games on account of bad reviews, but I took a gamble on Mutant Nightmare and I'm glad I did. Those who have been holding out for a decent, button-mashing brawler like the old school arcades will finally have something to cheer about. This isn't a perfect game, but it's close enough that fans can finally be nostalgic again.

Presentation-wise, Mutant Nightmare comes loaded. A cool new CG intro, loads of cutscenes ripped from the tv series, the original VAs, and graphics and levels modelled after the show. The game basically recaps the major season 3 plotlines, including the Triceraton invasion, Bishop's experiments, and Shredder's exodus. Plus there are special bonus levels based on a certain time-traveling mini-arc that fans will appreciate.

Gameplay-wise, Mutant Nightmare also does pretty well. All four turtles will always be onscreen now, and those not controlled by players will be taken over by the CPU. It does make the game somewhat easier, but it's also great to see the Turtles fighting together. The AI does its share of the fighting, so players don't feel like it's still all up to them. Basic combos are responsive, and the game finds a nice balance between the number of enemies and how hard it is to clobber them.

A few nitpicks: More enemy variety could've been included, as well as cooler interactive environments. All 3D brawlers seem to suffer from this, moreso than the old 2D ones. The game also tries to recreate those old psuedo-3D levels where characters are in shooting galleries or on vehicles. Honestly it's a nice idea, but the execution feels laughable and simplistic.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great game, Too High Expectations January 30, 2007
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I bought this game and now have all three Ninja Turtles games for my gamecube. The first were good, the second one being extremely good, but the third is a great game and unlike the 1st and 2nd games, Mutant Nightmare has a variety of stages from the traditional scroller to rail levels and even target shooting!!! I've played this game with my little sister and she loves it!! Now, when I bought this I have to confess that my expectations for it was very high and have been let down a bit.

What I don't like about this game is that all four turtles are with you througout the whole game and it's not like one or two turtles according to how many people are playing, but all four are there regardless. It can be irritating if you're trying to go off someplace and waiting for the other turtles to follow you; what I don't mind though, is that, unlike part 2, each turtle has their own health. That part is good, since you don't have to worry about dying and get a game over just for one turtle dying. lol. Also, a con is that the missions tend to be shorter than all three present games; just as soon as you get into the levels, it's over before you know it. While this can be a blessing (cause some levels you're lost like crazy) this can also be a disappointment because it keeps the excitement of the game to a very rare minimal to where you really don't get charged to play and even bordem. But, nevertheless, when you consider how many missons you have to go through, it's no wonder things are the way they are (and believe me, it's a long game even for the levels being a bit short). But the best thing about this is that you get to unlock Turtles in Time, the arcade version of the game, but like the last game the arcade version copies the 3rd NT game, so forget about what you heard in the arcade.
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4.0 out of 5 stars TO FAST April 24, 2014
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This game is too short. I was able to beat the game + the arcade in 10 hours. I like the story and everything. THe gameplay was funny too. But overall, I was able to beat the game way too fast and the story was too short.
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3.0 out of 5 stars MEH! May 22, 2012
By Matt
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I only bought this game for the classic arcade beatem up, Teenage mutant ninja turtles, Turtles in Time, the music from the orginal game was not there, but the music replaced in the game was OK for the most part. The game itself is pretty Repetitive, boring and pretty short, but like I said I was just focus on the arcade classic, only wish they re release a better version of the arcade classic and I don't mean Turtles in time reshelled.
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