Dotemu and Tribute games go together to sell dreams to players who have known Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: Turtles in Time. So a show Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge was born on the consoles of Sony Interactive Entertainmentof Microsoftof nintendo and on PC, and is very inspired by the title of Konami dates from 1991. A colorful and pixelated universe, all in 2D, which is clearly something that teases the old timers. We’ve finished this new adventure, it’s time to give you our impressions.
The animations are fun and funny.
As we have just said, the visual part exhibits sparkling 2D pixels and is tempting. The modeling of Ninja Turtles and enemies are truly flawless, and the animations are crazy and funny. The sets are varied and there is always something going on around here, often refers to the cartoon from the 90s. Moreover, the introduction made us vibrate and resume past music with a slightly old-fashioned image. A little negative in all this? We would not have objected to adding filters to push “the antique side of video games”By delivering scan lines or even different colors (a little duller).
On the soundtrack page, we have electro and dynamic themes that make you want to move your booty on the couch. The music also fills some familiar tones to amuse the series’ aficionados. The songs fit the levels perfectly, it is well thought out and entertaining. Additionally, we are entitled to a few American votes to complete it all, but we would have appreciated a French dubbing to amuse our esgourdes.
Get started with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is super simplified and accessible. So we have fun with one look them up boosted where we can achieve more or less destructive sequences. Just press the “attack” button to launch explosive combinations that do not give opponents respite. Well, we can dodge an assault and start a rear offensive.
Too bad only to offer superfluous moments.
In addition to all this, by pressing two precise buttons it is possible to trigger a destructive charge. Additionally, a power meter is lying around allowing you to explode all your rage to crush the surrounding pests. During our adventures, we earn points that boost our hero’s abilities. Thus, we unlock new abilities that greatly serve our progress. that gameplay is entertaining and therefore evolves a bit to avoid monotony.
In this production, we move forward, beating and destroying bosses to achieve our goals. However, there are certain stages where we get on a kind of flying skateboard where we have to dodge obstacles while getting into the pile of enemies. And ? That’s all… We would not have objected to taking control of the vehiclesas Turtle Van, and start into crazy sequences. Too bad only to offer superfluous moments.
Something to consider, each character has their own abilities. Some are more resilient, others stronger or even faster; we are spoiled for choice to satisfy ourselves. Of course, the most interesting thing about this title is being able to play it with friends. So definitely when we are “too much” in the picture, it is not very readable, but the game is ultra entertaining and the games get furious after a few minutes.
The story is basic. That the statue of Liberty is once again under attack, the clan of Football seeking to reform krangand Shredder wants revenge. We’re making progress in a small world map with reference to the game Ninja Turtle of NES. To reach the end of the tunnel, count a little less than … 3 hours.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is really a great tribute to 90s productions, but lacks little things on the right, on the left for it to be perfect. Despite the short lifespan, you will feel good, alone or with others. Special mention for the Switch version, which allows you to play it anywhere, anytime.
You can purchase Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge on Amazon for $ 39.99.
- Visually appealing
- Completely crazy about more
- A popping intro
- A beautiful tribute to the games of the past
- Efficient and accessible handling
- On the Switch, a pleasure
The smaller ones
- A short life
- A little (too) easy
- It lacks different phases
- No visual filters to bring an old-fashioned look
- A little unreadable for many