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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash Up
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- Fight your way across a series of interactive, destructible environments, including a sinking ship, a moving train, a burning building and a whale's back
- Experience an exciting original single-player story mode written in collaboration with TMNT co-creator Peter Laird
- Complete side missions in Story mode to earn shells you can use to buy goodies or improve your mini game scores
- Use any of four different controllers to guide the action: the GameCube Controller, Wii Classic Controller, Wii Classic Controller Pro or Wii Remote with or without Nunchuk (controllers not included)
- Take the battle online for 16-player tournament modes, including Battle Royal, Winner Stays, Loser Stays and Spectator modes
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Platform: Nintendo Wii
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For one, the character movement, actions, response seems to be EXTREMELY slow, and often choppy at times.
The stage Variety 'kind-of' works, but the stages are not put together too well it seems.
The only thing this game managed to do what take a popular franchise and turn it into about 20 mins of fun. If youre looking for a game thats fun like this, Smash Bros is cheaper, and has more hours of gameplay.
I would suggest copying Power-Stone 2 OR Bleech... would make for an interesting game
Initially I was extremely disappointed, due to the poor character roster (which included no characters exclusive to the 80's cartoon), horrible story for single player mode, and UbiSoft's general refusal to acknowledge the disappointment among the fan base (they STILL haven't change the Smash Up website, which lists 7 question marks under the characters when only the 3 Rabbids are left).
However, several months later I've finally decided to write a review, having played the game a bit more and gotten over my initial frustrations. It's really not a bad fighting game, almost like Smash Bros' Lite. Sure, the 1-player story mode is horrendously lacking, and the character variety still isn't interesting. But the levels are mostly well designed, and online play is surprisingly smooth (a sad rarity for a Wii game).
If you have Smash Bros. Brawl already, there is no reason to buy this as that is superior in almost every way. But for the current price of $20, Ninja Turtles: Smash Up is a worthwhile purchase for anyone looking for a fighting game for their Wii.
So to sum up: Worth $20 if you don't own Smash Bros., not worth $50 under any circumstances (not nearly enough content).
EDIT: Just thought I'd add a quick additional note. The game is still fun, but sadly online play has been dead for several months. It's basically impossible to find anyone to play with unless you set it up in advance online. Still a decent game in its own right, but don't buy if you think you want to spend most of the time online fighting.
The problem with this game is content. It runs out of interesting stuff FAR too quickly. The roster is pathetic, and the stages are mostly annoying or out-of-place (a western town? What the...). There are a bunch of mini games, but that'd be like buying Street Fighter IV for the car smashing bonus round. Also, online is both broken and there's no community there anyway, so don't count on extending your replay value that way. Like most reviews stated, this definitely should've incorporated content from THROUGHOUT the 25-year history of the Turtles. How about characters like Bebop and Rocksteady? Or their "Secret of the Ooze" counterparts, Tokka and Razor? A giant Mouser? Baxter Stockman? None of them are here. It's really light on stuff. And the soundtrack blows. Considering the Turtles' have brought us such classics as Ninja Rap, T-U-R-T-L-E Power and Pizza Power, there is a NOTICEABLE lack of early 90's R&B/Hip Hop flavor to the soundtrack. It's not offensive or anything, it's just generic, unmemorable background music.
Still, it's on Amazon for, like, 8 bucks. It's definitely worth it at that price. It's a good game, just not the TMNT game you might be hoping for. Really wish Ubi Soft would've given it another shot with a sequel, but that'll never happen now. Maybe Nickelodeon's new Turtles stuff for 2011 and 2012 will re-energize the franchise, and whoever gets it next will produce the fighting game we all want. This was close, but ultimately misses the mark. And probably isn't worth it if you have Super Smash Bros. Melee or Brawl.
What is there is solid enough for a fun round of couch Turtle fighting. The graphics are polished and the Turtles specifically are nicely animated with great looking levels to play on. Overall it's a great concept for a game that loses it's mojo somewhere along the way. If all you need to have fun are Leo, Mike, Raph and Don then you'll get a fun package. For fans of the show, you might be wise to wait for the sequel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In 2009, the much-beloved and much-bizarre Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise celebrated its 25th Anniversary by inviting Super Smash Bros. to their birthday party. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev)
Little pricey other then that great look up havoc savage I rap and make beatsPublished 12 months ago by joshua fuchs