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(out of 7 reviews)
AGE
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Adult Written bymkv12162 April 9, 2008
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Adult Written byTrami Nguyen March 30, 2012
AGE
10
QUALITY
 

TMNT

I like saw Sailor Moon games I ever have.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Too much consumerism
Parent of a 9 year old Written bySnow mom July 31, 2011
AGE
9
QUALITY
 

TMNT Cool game

Kids would think some characters are funny. You can do back flips and cool moves. There are location bombs and you fight some guys with guns. Even though it had a lot of violence it was fun figuring out how to defeat different foes. I think the game is really cool. Some of the puzzls are kind of hard, so I don't think kids younger than 9 can do them. Other than that, the game is ok.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Adult Written byTwilight April 9, 2008
AGENot rated for age
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Ugh...

Absolutely one of the worst games ever. Extremely repetive, Glitches, and dull environments are what this game is about. I don't even recommend watching a gameplay video of this....
Adult Written bypjandlori April 9, 2008
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Game is ok, but only in the short term.

This game was fun for my son (6) and I at first. After a short time, it is too repetitive. With no multi-player, the game just seems to be the same over and over with different backgrounds. The controls are easy enough for a five year old with fighting themes one would think would be for a ten year old. The fighting takes no effort, just shake the controller and jump a few times and you will win on the main fighting scenes. The mission bosses are tougher, but you get enough chances that most kids can get through it. I think they missed the mark a bit. If they had intended to make the game for five year olds, then do so. If you want to challenge the tweens, then give them a challenge and let them work through it.