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PAL region PC cover art
Developer(s)Ubisoft Montreal / Ubisoft Quebec
Composer(s)Cris Velasco
EngineJade engine
Platform(s)GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Xbox 360
Release date(s)NA March 20, 2007
EU March 23, 2007
AUS March 22, 2007
NA March 20, 2007
AUS March 22, 2007
Nintendo DS
NA March 20, 2007
EU March 23, 2007
AUS March 29, 2007
Rating(s)ESRB: E10+
PEGI: 12+
MediaDual-Layer DVD, Nintendo optical disc, Game cartridge
Input methodsGamepad
Wii Remote

TMNT is a single-player action-adventure multi-platform video game starring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It is based on the 2007 film of the same name. The game was released for the Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation 2, and Nintendo GameCube video game consoles, as well as for the PC on March 20, 2007. [1] Versions were also made for the PSP and Nintendo DS. The PlayStation 3 version of the game was canceled.



A screen from the Xbox 360 version.

The gameplay in TMNT contains many acrobatic segments in the vein of another Ubisoft game series, Prince of Persia. The game features sixteen levels, sixteen story and sixteen unlockable challenge levels. The game also features five playable characters, each with their own unique fighting style and abilities. The game encourages cooperative gameplay, as the player will have to use each turtles special abilities to navigate through their environment. Ubisoft has stated the focus within the game is "on the four turtle brothers finding out their differences and getting through family problems." They also have said that TMNT features "mostly Single-Player campaigns for each brother."[2]


Leonardo, training in the woods, is then given the mission to find a mystic amulet by Master Splinter's orders. After he finds the amulet, it is revealed that Splinter was telling the story of how they stopped the four Stone Generals, and asks Donatello and Michelangelo to continue it. Once, Raph infiltrated Max Winters' tower (as Nightwatcher), and eavesdropped on a conversation with Winters and Karai. Raph was then defeated by one of the Stone Generals. Later on, Leo found out that Raph was the Nightwatcher, and a chase ensued, ending up with Leo being ambushed and captured by the Foot. Raph, feeling guilty, decides to go after the Foot. He then encounters one of the Stone Generals, and defeats her, with the help of Don and Mikey. The turtles then head off to rescuue Leo, and they achieve this goal, right before the temple self-destructs. The turtles then go to Max Winter's tower, and Winters tells his story of being an immortal warrior named Yaoto. Yaoto was planning to activate a portal to another world, but it released 13 monsters into the earth. Yaoto became immortal, but it also turned his generals to stone. Yaoto then planned to stop his mistakes and his immortality by waiting for the portal to come again, and send all the monsters back to whence they came. He also made his generals come to life, but they remained in stone form. The Stone Generals wanted to live forever, so they turned on Yaoto. The turtles, however, managed to defeat the Generals, the portal opened, and the monsters returned to their dimension. Yaoto then thanks the turtles and dies happy and free from guilt. After the story, the turtles all realize the importance of family and grow closer as not only a family but also as a team.


Review scores
Game Informer7.5/10
Official Nintendo Magazine54% [3]
Official Xbox Magazine4.0/10

Critical reception of the games has been average at best, with IGN giving a score of 6.0 out of 10 for the GameCube, Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, and PC versions[citation needed]. The Wii version was criticized for using very little of the Wii Remote's unique capabilities, since one can only move the remote back and forth to use the turtles' weapons, with the weapons lacking free-direction attacks [4].

The PSP/Nintendo DS version didn't receive as much critical acclaim due to its game-play mechanics.[5] When reviewing the Nintendo DS and Wii versions of TMNT, the UK Nintendo magazine ONM commonly compared the two games to the 1989 arcade game of the same name, and even said in a hint guide that "Turtles games were once better".[citation needed]

As of April 26, 2007, TMNT has sold 1.1 million copies across eight platforms.[6]

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