Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade: Wrath of the Mutants Review


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Wrath of the Mutants is a great choice for those who like beat-them-up games. Stop listening if you’ve heard this before. The Turtles are almost always connected to this type of game, as seen in Turtles in Time and Shredder’s Revenge.

They are a strong group of bad guys and their style of ninjutsu is bright and bold. This makes it easy for them to start a fight in any situation. It’s too bad that Wrath of the Mutants didn’t stay in the caves and instead came back to life on platforms.

I switched between the Turtles for a little more than an hour and beat waves of Foot Soldiers, Kraangdroids, Mousers, and other enemy stooges without thinking about it. I started writing this report after that. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Wrath of the Mutants doesn’t show a lot more.

That could be a record for me. There isn’t much to the fight; it’s pretty simple. A licensed game that isn’t very good and doesn’t live up to the sources. It’s not fun at all, even with a four-player co-op, which is a must for any arcade-style TMNT game. Also, don’t waste time trying to be number one on the leaderboards or play on the hardest level.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade: Wrath of the Mutants Gameplay

But Wrath of the Mutants doesn’t seem like a Turtles game at all. It looks like any other beat ’em up, but there’s a bright scarf on top of it. You play as one of the four Turtle brothers and hit enemies with simple one-button combos, power-ups, and weapons that have different skins that you can find all over the world. You have more “Turtle Power” and the combo lasts longer if you hit more moves.

This is a strong move that hits a lot of people when it’s used. Clean up. Say it again. There may be small differences in how each Turtle looks, but these don’t really make them different. The brothers only have one special move that looks different but does the same thing. Their sounds are done by the cast of the show. They do pick different tools, though.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade: Wrath of the Mutants Review

The place where the game takes place is pretty much the same. Another show that looks and feels a lot like Wrath of the Mutants is the Nickelodeon show from 2012. It’s not quite as finished, though. Wrath of the Mutants is based on the 2017 video game of the same name. It takes them from the rough streets of New York City to the bright future Dimension X. The new one has three more levels and six more bosses than the old one.

The game looks very old, especially for a PS5 game. Some other things can also help you figure out who Leo, Don, Mikey, and Raph are. They do look a little rough when you get close to some of the molds. That doesn’t really matter in the big picture. Keep in mind that the game wasn’t made with home consoles and the close attention that comes with them in mind when it was first made. Many of its flaws bother me, and I’m sorry. Lastly, the moves are too hard, too slow, and too disorganized to make the game more fun.

Special Turtle Power

You can still use most of the same Turtle kits, but some new items make the fights more fun. The first power is your Turtle Power, a strong move that you can only use. To fully charge your Turtle Power, you must kill enough enemies with your sword, nunchuck, sai, or bo staff. Then, you can use it to kill all normal enemies or do a lot of damage to bosses. It’s cool that when you let go, you won’t get hurt.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade: Wrath of the Mutants Review

The Turtles are the kind of people who like this more than anything else. He cuts up a pizza with his nunchucks while he’s in the air and says, “We got pizza!” I see a pie!” Weirdly, the slices pop when they hit enemies, but I shouldn’t think about it too much.

They look like Mikey a lot. Raphael, the most angry turtle in the world, just hits the ground a lot of the time. He changes into Raiden from Mortal Kombat and uses his staff to make a lightning storm that hits everyone nearby. Leonardo spins around so quickly that he turns into a tornado that catches his enemies. It’s good and fun.


Soon, the series will be 40 years old. There is a great new movie, several well-reviewed comic book runs, and, most importantly for this talk, some great video games that are all about T.N.T. Too bad Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Wrath of the Mutants is only an hour long and costs £24.99, which is way too much. It seems like a risky way to make money.

This game isn’t good enough or even fun enough, but you might want to play it if you like the books or the TMNT name. If you need to see the Turtles again, you should watch the show again. It was wrong to forget about the 2012 season.

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