A playthrough of the arcade port, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time, included as an unlockable bonus in Konami’s 2005 beat ’em up for the Nintendo Gamecube, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare.
Played through as Raphael.
This is a pretty awesome for a bonus. It plays just like it should (the emulation is smoother than it was on the somewhat weaker PS2 hardware) and is a blast with full 4-player support. It seems wrong to gripe when this is the first home port of the game since the ’92 SNES port, but they eliminated the intro and ending cinematics, there is no adjustable difficulty setting nor score display, they replaced the music with lame remixes of tunes from one of the DS TMNT games, instead of the original cartoon theme they now use the reboot’s theme song, and the voices that haven’t been stripped put have been redubbed. It’s still the classic game (unlike Ubisoft’s abortion a few years later), but the presentation does take away from the experience. Like I said before though, it’s a good port gameplay wise, and it’s an unlocked item included in an entirely different game. So what if it’s not perfect? It’s damn good for a freebie.
No cheats were used during the recording of this video.
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