Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3DS Game Review

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In this new 3DS game, called, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.” It is set in the same world as Paramount Pictures’ new film of the same name, this single-player, third-person action video game features an original story starring Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, and  Raphael. 
A mad mastermind, Baxter Stock has united with Shredder and the shadowy ranks of the Foot Clan to unleash a legion of assassins, mutant and robotic drones on the subways, sewers and streets of New York in this exciting new adventure/action game. 
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3DS game has a brisk energetic hack-and-slash combat system keeps the momentum flowing in the heat of battle, letting you swap quickly and freely between the four Turtles whenever you choose. 
Each half-shelled hero has a distinct and varied play style, complete with unique stats and punishing powers. You can also craft new weapons in the Turtle’s sewer lake with raw materials you find while exploring the hidden spaces of New York City. 
This game has some awesome features too. Such as:
Time To Shell Up
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles allows players to easily swap between any of the four Turtles on the fly. Each brother has his own distinct strengths. Leo is a balanced fighter in close combat while Mikey’s speed, chained weapons, and projectiles are better for ranged attackers. Raphael dishes out heavy single-target damage and takes it in return, unlike the more thoughtful,Donnie, who can hack electronics while juggling groups of enemies  at a distance with his staff.
Turtle Attack
Earning experience points I’m the game and leveling up, unlocks she’ll-shocking skill that players can apply to their Turtle with each newly gained stat point. New weapons can also be found,around the city or you can find raw materials and craft your own. 
Protect the Big Apple
Hordes of evil doers have emerged from every shadow to spread chaos and terror across New York City in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Players must navigate through the streets, subways, and sewers to fight against the evils of the world. You can discover hidden paths that allow for light exploration and collectible hunting, some of which can only be opened with each Turtle’s unique abilities. 
My son just adores Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, he saw the new movie and loved it, and now he has the game  and he loves it even more! He thinks it’s so cool how you can switch between different turtles for different tasks and combat. Leonardo has the ability to slice his enemies faster. And Donatello slams down his combat staff and it creates an electric circle that attacks all the enemies in the area. Michelangelo can throw ninja stars that do more damage. And lastly Raphael is known for his temper and when he gets really angry he goes on rampage and has more damage against his enemies. 
He loves the awesome action and combat his favorite turtles can do, and the enemies can’t stand a chance when he has the turtles do their cool powers and use the new weapons that are made with the materials found around the city.   
The graphics in this game are awesome for the 3DS, boys and girls will love it! 
Publisher: Activision Publishing, Inc
Developer: Magic Pockets
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E 10+ (Everyone 10+)
Release Date: August 5, 2014
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