Add cel=shaded screenshots to the Australian rating, achievements and cover art for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants In Manhattan. The still unannounced game has leaked so much I’m beginning to suspect Activision is trying out a new viral marketing technique.
Even though the NES Turtles game had its issues (something something underwater level), we didn’t really care as kids. And playing it on a Turtles-themed NES, similar to this custom one by Zoki64, would have been an awesome feeling.
What’s old is new again. Unfortunately, it’s also pricey.
Nice animated Ninja Turtles redesigns! Artist Alex Redfish geared them up and gave all four of them a pretty badass look. Raph with a cigar, Donatello with a tablet and goggles. It’s the exact opposite of the ones in the classic cartoons.
Not quite the villain I remember from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics.
Last year's TMNT movie had so many problems with it. Like hundreds of them, according to Cinema Sins. Many of them involve Skype.
The original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game for the NES was brutal. The 2014 movie reboot was horrible. CineFix's 8 Bit Cinema mixes together two bads to make a not bad at all.
From head-to-toe, the only way this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cosplay could have been any more authentic is if guimancreative had stacked on 30 pounds.
Confused by the newest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie? No, probably not. It was pretty dumb, wasn't it? But that doesn't mean you don't still have some questions, and luckily we still have answers. Spoilers ahead!
Arthur Doyle's video game-inspired graphics feature clever takes on The Wire, Twin Peaks, Rob Ford, True Detective, and more:
The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film is in theaters everywhere, already making at least $65 million. Here's a spoiler-friendly place where folks who've seen the movie and those who don't give a damn can talk about whether or not it deserved that many eyes.
It's not enough to say that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot is kind of a lousy movie. You want to be able to draw some kind of lesson from its crapness, or at least pick through the debris for some hint of what it could have been. To that end, here are all the ways that TMNT 2014 fails.
With the launch of the new movie just days away, chiptune artist Mega Ran revisits the catchy anthem from the very first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film, highlighting what a horrible piece of music it really was.
With Leonardo off on a character-building mission in another country, the remaining turtles are forced to get day jobs. Meanwhile, April O'Neil has made the jump from journalist to ninja archaeologist for hire. Cinema Sins has its hands full with this one.
While the latest live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film is drawing hate from fans for straying from the original concept, Nickelodeon's movie-based mobile game succeeds by sticking with what's worked so well in the past.