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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 540d ago | review

TMNT: Out of the Shadows Review - The Digital Fix

Who said that cartoons weren’t educational back in the ‘80s? Despite its ridiculous title Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a massive success, introducing kids to four Renaissance artists for the price of one and giving you a damned good show to boot. Let’s face it, outside of an art history class, who had heard of Donatello? For all their moralising, alternatives such as He-Man simply didn’t come close to the impact of the reptile reprobates and twenty-six years after the cartoon was first aired, another game tie-in has appeared courtesy of Red Fly Studio whether we wanted it or not. (PS3, TMNT: Out of the Shadows, Xbox 360) 3/10

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