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Thursday, 1 August 2013

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2007 PC Game

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2007 PC Game

Fighting/Action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2007 Game Review: Consider Ubisoft's first try at a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie game as Prince of Persia for children. The plot is based upon the CGI Turtles movie, TMNT 2007 game gets this descriptor as it plays a whole lot like Ubisoft Montreal's most recent Prince of Persia game series, relying mostly on platforming over combat. Here, Montreal has decreased the difficulty levels of the various jump puzzles that Price of Persia is known for (perhaps to make it playable for the younger ones),but the game is far more tiring than it should be, due to a not-so-good camera system and sometimes unresponsive controls. Along with that the combat is only slightly more advanced than the legal-aged TMNT arcade beat-them-up Ubisoft & Konami rereleased on the Xbox Live Arcade and what we get is a game that does not properly suit any specific audience. If you're more used to Konami's last few tries at the Turtles license, you're in for a surprise with TMNT. In a few ways, it's an awakening, in the sense that this title isn't altogether boring and actually has its moments of fun. The moments come from the happy platforming sequences that make up roughly 2-3rd's of the course of the gameplay. Each level is laid out in such a way so as to force you into double jumping,obstacle jumping,wall jumping, wall running, flipping and performing monkey bar your way through. Few levels are more elaborate, depending more on quickly timed movements and jump tricks that remind us of what the recent Prince of Persia titles have been all about. Some regions have been created for specific Turtles to navigate, like walls that Raphael can mount through his sai and longer jumping ability that require Michelangelo to apply his nunchakus like chopper blades to float over head. All told, there's a curious amount of intricacy to the stage designs in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Of course, the relative challenge of these stages has been pulled back significantly, and none of the levels take more than ten-fifteen minutes to clear your way through.To conclude we can say that this Nina Turtles title has some extremely neat platforming sequences, but at the same time it's more exhausting than a kids game ought to be, and the combat is totally pointless and not an interesting feature here. 

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2007 System Requirements:
Win XP OR Vista
Intel 1.86 GHz Processor
Hard Disk 30 GB
Graphics Card 256 MB Graphics Memory
Sound Card Direct X 9 Compatible
Direct X Version 9.0c

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2007 Recommended System Requirements:

Win 7 OR Vista
2.8 GHz Intel Processor
Hard Disk 80 GB
Graphics Card 512 MB Graphics Memory
Sound Card Direct X 9 Compatible
Direct X Version 9.0c
Joysticks Controller
Broadband Internet Connection 1Mbps

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