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ONM: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash Up Preview

Official Nintendo Magazine writes: "Well, here's a surprise. There have been many Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games over the years, and the vast majority of them have been absolutely rancid. Indeed, last year's movie tie-in was so inconceivably craptastic that it wasn't fit to shred for terrapin litter. So imagine our surprise when we sat down for our first hands-on session with Smash Up and the shocking realisation began to dawn on us that... no, surely not... it can't be... yup, it's actually really rather good. Believe.

Here's the deal. It's the Turtles' 25th anniversary this year, so to celebrate, Ubisoft called up Japanese developer Game Arts with the idea of creating a Wii-exclusive brawler to mark the occasion. So, why should you care? Because Game Arts count ex-members of the Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Dead Or Alive (the much-loved busty arcade beat 'em up) teams among their ranks. Clearly, when it comes to fighting games, this lot know their onions." (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Smash-Up, Wii)

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