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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game

4.4 out of 5 stars 77 customer reviews
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The second TMNT game for the NES is based on the classic arcade game. Choose from one of four Ninja Turtles-Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, or Raphael-and master their unique ninja weapons and abilities. The NES game ups the ante with new game sections added to the action.

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ASIN B000MFOOLY
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4.4 out of 5 stars 77 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 8 x 4 x 10 inches
Media: Video Game

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Ok, this was 20 times better than the first Ninja Turtles game. What was Ultra/Konami thinking when designing the first game!? I'm not goin' strike at them hard because of the graphics, but the unfair difficulty, lack of actual Ninja Turtle characters, different abilities of each Turtle (making two of the four useless), and lack of connection with the cartoon series made the first game less than mediocre. Although the first game was a hit, Ultra Soft and Konami knew the messed up and they promised that the sequels will have better gameplay and characters, designed for younger kids (main target audience of Ninja Turtle fan base).

Ok, I do admit that the graphics were far inferior from the original arcade release, but a 8-bit console has techinical limitations and the game had to be designed to fit in with the limits and it has. The NES version's graphics were advanced for its time and it followed other arcade gameplays with only a few, but better exceptions. Adding two new levels was innovative (along with advertising Pizza Hut - you get a free pan pizza coupon with the purchase of the game), and so was adding three new bosses. Some of the original levels were longer than in the arcade version, but it was fun and a bit easier than the quarter sucking machine. Best thing of all were the choice of ninja turtle characters from the cartoon, with a few made up mini characters and bosses like Torra and Shogun.
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In 1987, when arcades ruled the gaming world (aside from Nintendo), Konami developed and published Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Based on the popular comic book and cartoon franchise, players around the world enjoyed it so much especially with the 4 player co-op the game presented at the time and everyone wondered if it come for the NES. Instead, we got a different game altogether that garnered mixed reactions and opinions. Fast forward to 1989 when Ultra Games, a subsidiary of Konami, released the arcade port and aptly titled it "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game." Not only was this a GREAT game, it sold well and ensured that more games based on them would continue to be released. This truly was the arcade port everyone waited for.

TMNT II: TAG was based on the first TMNT arcade game. The turtles are chasing after Shredder and in the process, he kidnaps April and Master Splinter. You can choose from one of 4 characters (Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo and Raphel) and proceed through seven stages that are broken down into sections. You can strike an enemy with your turtle's weapon or jump kick to take them out. Each turtle has a special move which allows them to do a lot of damage and take out some enemies altogether. At the end of each stage, you face off against a boss character to beat up and move on until you reach Krang and Shredder at the very end of the game. You can earn extra lives after earning a certain amount of points and the game allows you three continues; if you use them up before you beat the game, you have to start over from the beginning. If you were well informed as far as cheat codes were concerned, you could have used a code that lets you start at any stage you wanted.
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We had some initial issues getting this to work but finally got it. Obviously since this is an older game we weren't expecting perfection. The seller was great and offer some suggestions that worked.
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I ordered a nintendo NES sytem for my children-they are younger so the xbox and playstation was difficult for them to use. This was great and they both enjoy it (I have a daughter and a son). This definitely fostered teamwork and fun.
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Literally the BEST experience with this game and much better with the people of this company. I will MOST definitely be looking put for other games by this person on my next game purchase. Alaska CC is the best!
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Fast shipping and arrived as described. Works perfectly in our NES gaming system. It really brought me back to my childhood days and was so glad to obtain an awesome copy at a fair price for this game!
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I BOUGHT THIS GAME BECAUSE I HDN'T PLAYED IT IN CLOSE TO 20 YEARS AND I NEEDED A BLAST FROM THE PAST, THIS GAME TOOK ME BACK TO THE EARLY 90'S, IF YOU HAVE KIDS, AND WANNA GIVE THEM CARTOON STYLE ACTION IN A GAME THIS I THE ONE TO GET, OR IF YOU ARE A VINTAGE GAME LOVER PICK THIS UP
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By Robert on August 28, 2009
This is one of the few games that you can still play without getting bored. It is a lot of fun and really challenging. As far as graphics it was one of the best for Nintendo. Buy it, it is one of the few worth playing.
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