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Publisher: Konami of America, Inc.

Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Studios

Release Date: October 2003

Platform(s): PlayStation® 2, Nintendo GameCube™, Xbox™ Nintendo GameBoy® Advance and PC CD-ROM

ESRB Rating: RP

Genre: Action

Game URL:

Hint & Tip Line: 1.900.896.4468 ($0.95/minute; $1.25 game counselor support)

Multiplayer: Yes; 2-person multiplayer (PlayStation® 2, Nintendo GameCube™, Xbox™ and PC CD-ROM)
No (Nintendo GameBoy® Advance)

Short Game Description:
It's a whole new shell game! Players take on the role of their favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. Roam city streets, scour underground sewers and fight your way across rooftops on a collision course with The Shredder and his vile pack of Foot Ninjas.

o Brings the world of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles home for the first time on next generation video game systems
o Action-based gameplay where players must master ninja butt-kickin' abilities and hand-to-hand fighting skills
o 2 Modes -Story Mode (2 player co-operative) and VS Mode (2 player competitive)
o 6 stages with over 35 levels
o Players are equipped with basic attack moves and each Turtle has a special attack that can be activated by a combination of buttons
o A collection element where players discover scrolls to unlock moves and special effects
o Interact with unforgettable characters, including Splinter, Casey Jones, April O'Neal, Baxter Stockman and The Shredder
o Faithful representation of the action packed universe of the FoxBox's TMNT animated series based on the original TMNT comic books
o A VS mode for 2 players where you can take on the role of one of the turtles or one of their adversaries

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