|Reviewer: Jedi Questmaster||Date: Oct 25, 2002|
|This dates back to 1993, the edge of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video games. Konami & Ultra did a good job with most, if not all, of the TMNT games. Making a leap from action to fighting was a great idea, it's just too bad it ended there. TMNT: Tournament Fighters can easily be compared to Street Fighter 2, having many similar aspects. Tournament Fighters for the SNES is different from the Sega version, just so people know.
If you're having trouble finding out some players' moves, then keep trying, every move is worth the effort. If you still have trouble, here are some:
|Reviewer: Death Motion||Date: Jul 8, 2001|
|Well, my problem with this game is, unfortunately, a problem that can be found in many games: the developer did an HORRIBLE job in making an adequate AI... What I mean by that is that the game is just impossible to beat! Even the ""easy"" mode is hard as hell!
Sorry if you liked the game, but I just can't stand it when I don't find a game easy when I play it on the ""easy"" mode! The only reason why I didn't gave a mark of 1 in gameplay is because the game still can be fun in a 2 player mode! That's too bad, coz other than the pathetic attemp to make a decent AI, it's got good graphics and lots of cool moves to perform! And as a fan of Marvel vs Capcom series, may I let you know that this game was one of the first to include a super meter bar that'd let you perform super moves!! (hehe! I just like 'em!)
Overall, nice game if not played alone, otherwise, keep your distances!