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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 (NES)
Name: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II (NES)
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    Description

    The Ninja Turtles are back in the thick of things thanks to their evil counterpart, Shredder, who is out for revenge. The titanium wearing evil warlord has joined forces with a host of beings from around the galaxy to help him destroy the turtles for good. He's also kidnapped the journalist April O'Neil once again, so it's up to the Turtles to destroy Shredder a second time, and save the galaxy from evil.

    Choose from any of the four turtles, Leonardo, Raphael, Michaelangdo & Donatello, and take on the 10 levels filled with foot soldiers and end of level bosses in this side-scroller based after the events of the first movie.



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    What a Game
    by Larry 12 Jul 2013

    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).

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    by Matheus 18 Jul 2012

    I've been loionkg for a post like this forever (and a day)