Shredder’s Revenge can learn a lot from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles classics –

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Like many Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans, I’m always looking for a way to inject more green, oozy nostalgia into my shell. When dressing up as Donatello for Halloween this year fell through, a new retro-styled video game became the perfect solution. As if answering the prayers of myself and many gamers who played through the glory that is the 8 and 16-bit TMNT generation, Shredder’s Revenge came in like a mutated miracle, a spiritual successor of sorts to the king of all licensed beat ’em ups: Turtles in Time. Developer Tribute Games hasn’t given much away beyond the reveal, so let’s instead talk about what this game, or even future titles like it, need to bring back from the golden era.

The Konami era for the turtle boys was as solid as their dance moves from the second movie. They aren’t all top of the pizza box pile for sure, but we can learn from the quirky offerings of each game. The TMNT games have found their greatest success in the beat ’em up genre, where they can flex those ninja muscles. It’s clear these games are best played co-op, and there is no reason not to allow the full four mutant machines in to kick the Foot all at once. In fact, the new developers seem to be teasing extra characters like Splinter and April O’Neil, so why not take that a step further and give us even more? We don’t have to go as far as the excellent fan game Rescue-Palooza‘s 60 characters, but give the longtime players some more iconic fighters, and maybe even a six-player mode to recall the glory of the big X-Men arcade cabinets.