If you’re a fan of pizza, turtles or pizza-eating turtles, rejoice!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan (pictured above) has emerged on the internet and is generating a ton of buzz.
From comics to movies and now video games, this band of amphibian brothers continue to ride their new wave of popularity. Although nothing is officially confirmed, Platinum Games (the studio behind the amazing hack-and-slash Bayonetta 1 and 2) looks ready to revamp the turtles (again), and give their own unique artstyle and touch to the famous quartet.
On an Australian ratings board, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan is listed and supposedly rated M for all audiences. Be aware that the M rating is different depending on the region. Also featured, which is cool, is some form of online gameplay. Not announced yet is the platform for which the game will be released on.
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If Platinum Games can copy and paste their hack-and-slash expertise onto the turtles franchise, add some new polish, throw in some next-gen pizza graphics then it’s hard not to get excited for a new addition to the series.
Sure, we have witnessed some pretty bad TMNT games in the past; I’m talking to you Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the NES. But, Platinum Games is a well known game studio and has a track record of success in this genre.
We have seen human-looking turtles, butchered-accent sounding turtles, but now, one has to admit that this sample artwork does looking amazing. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for an announced, and successful, new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game in the near future.