Hippo Penny Game Score

teenage mutant ninja turtles arcade wrath of the
Average, with Some Flaws
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I'm gonna cut to the chase: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade: Wrath of the Mutants is a solid addition to the TMNT franchise. It won't blow your mind with innovative gameplay or deep storytelling, but it's a fun ride for fans and casual players alike.

The IGN critic seemed to enjoy it for what it was - a lighthearted, easy-to-play beat-em-up perfect for playing with friends over some pizza (New York-style, of course). And let's be real, sometimes you just want something that hits the spot without requiring too much brain power. You know, like a two-dollar slice from the corner store.

On the other hand, our friend at TheSixthAxis was having none of it. They deemed it an "insult" to side-scrolling beat-em-ups and even called it overpriced compared to last year's Shredder's Revenge. Ouch! That's like calling your favorite pizza topping a disappointment.

Now, where do I fit in? Well, as a groovy reviewer, I'll just say that Wrath of the Mutants is what it is - a fun, if unremarkable, romp through Turtle-land. It won't win any awards for innovation or depth, but it's a harmless way to pass the time. And hey, at least it doesn't try to be something it's not!

In the end, TMNT Arcade: Wrath of the Mutants is a decent addition to the franchise, even if it's no Streets of Rage 4 (which, let's be real, is already an impossible standard). If you're looking for a mindless good time with your friends or just want something easy to play, give it a try. Just don't expect too much more from it than that.

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