TMNT: Out of the Shadows - Recap Review

What's good

- Some character designs are fairly well done

What's bad

- Technical issues
- Redundant, monotone and extremely basic gameplay
- As good as no strategy involved in fighting
- Stupid enemy A.I.
- Stupid ally A.I.
- Bad, frustrating camera
- Easy to get lost due to shallow direction markers
- Unreliable, broken stealth mechanics
- Gets pretty difficult towards the end for all the wrong reasons


- The completely useless high-five and dancing moves.

The Verdict

Remember the days of the NES/SNES era when Turtles games kicked ass? Yeah, those days are definitely gone and TMNT: Out of the Shadows is by far one of the (if not THE) biggest reminder of that fact.
Aside from numerous technical issues, the game is broken on a basic level, in which redundant beat em' up gameplay without any real strategy, very dumb overall A.I., frustrating camera angles and a general lack of actual fun make you regret every second you waste on this game.
With the only positive aspect being the fairly well done character designs (though they definitely don't appeal to everybody) there's nothing substantial or noteworthy to recommend about TMNT: Out of the Shadows. What started with pretty promising trailers, in the end became a horrendous mutation of a bad game.
Don't waste any money or time on this horrible game and watch the original animated series instead.     

Final Verdict: 2 out of 10

Status: Horrible!

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