This past Sunday, Optimus Grind, GtVSlayer, WarioMCP, & Afro Dave took a trip down Ninja Turtle Lane.
What kind of plot does Shredder have in store for Turtles in Time?
Every intersecting avenue has members of the Foot Clan getting the boot. Find out in our detailed analysis in the video below where we play through the Sunday Funday featured game, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles In Time
WarioMCP gives insight into the finer aspects of Turtles in Time while everyone fulfills their role to mash buttons. This 1991 coin-op is the greatest selling Konami arcade machine ever. To find out why–grab a pizza, don your bandanna, and arm yourself with some ancient stabbing or flailing device.
It’s turtle time!
We had a ton of fun jamming Turtles in Time on Sunday. The ability to play a four player smash fest warranted playing this game with friends. Make sure to grab three of your favorite classic gamers as that is where all the real fun is at. There are quite a few people trying to work on world records for this game as WarioMCP informs us.
You can pick it up for the SNES, so you don’t have to find an old and outdated arcade cabinet. The plot was kinda funny as you basically get sent to the past, fight on a pirate ship, end up in the future, and then eventually meet shredder. The graphics were fine and it had very little slow down when multiple characters and enemies are fighting in the same place. There are some projectiles but they were fairly limited. The exploding bombs were a neat touch even though it seemed we were running right into them. Shredder was fun but kinda broken as his stun lock was effective.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time
3.5 out of 5
by The Classic Gamer