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1UP: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Smash Up Review

The core game is still pretty solid, offering plenty of times where you can artfully dodge attacks, zip around a stage and pound opponents with ease. Of course, like Brawl, you'll get a lot more mileage out of it in multiplayer, and if you can't find anybody locally, the online play is thankfully more reliable than Brawl's (you still have to wait a while to get going, though). Despite the faults in character variety, you get a good Ninja Turtle fighter using a proven engine, but maybe Ubisoft will do one better than the Konami of 1994 and produce a sequel worth wishing for.

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