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Heroes (and Zeroes) in a Half Shell: The Best and Worst of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Games

Posted on Saturday, August 9 @ 13:01:00 Eastern by ryanbates

Provided Michael Bay hasn't blown it up yet, the newest cinematic iteration of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles premiered in movie theaters this past Friday. Leo, Raph, Donnie and Mikey are no strangers to the silver screen, with three movies borne of their original smash cartoon in the late '80s, and a CGI flick in 2007. In addition to those, the later 2003 series, the current run on Nickelodeon, and yes, not one but two rap songs, and more toys than Donatello can shake a bo staff at, the Turtles have also been featured in several video games – nineteen, to be exact. Some of them were classics, while some of them were about as endearing to fans as Venus de Milo. (Yes, I brought her up.)

So, in honor of the return of the Heroes in a Half Shell and/or to rid your mind of the foul stain (if it's terrible – I mean, Michael Bay is involved), GameRevolution looks back at the best and the worst games starring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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