Return the Ninja Turtles with a video game inspired by arcade classics. The distributor Dotemu and Nickelodeon they have announced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredders Revenge for PC and consoles (unspecified), a “me against the neighborhood” side-scrolling “garlic flavor,” according to the publisher’s press release. Tribute Games, specialized in action games with aesthetics pixel art, are responsible for development. You can see an animated trailer, with the classic song performed by Mike Patton from Faith No More, and with some sequence of gameplay at the end, below. Those, no release date an.
It can be played in cooperative for up to four players (both local and online), as each turtle will have its own abilities and movements. Are introduced new combos compared to the arcade classics of the 90s and some levels will include the vehicles of the Ninja Turtles. Visual style pixel art be inspired by the series TV show from 1987, promising a “freaky mix of hilarious humor and action-packed adventures,” according to the Steam page.
“With the Bebop and Rocksteady’s assault on Channel 6 to steal ultra-cool gadgets to support Krang and Shredder’s latest evil plan, in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredders Revenge the turtles have to fight over a series of classic scenarios of the franchise, “reads the synopsis.” Manhattan y Coney Island to the rooftops and dark sewers of the city, help the fearsome quartet crush the Foot soldiers, triceraton warriors and stone soldiers to send them back to Dimension X. “
The creators worked on the TMNT of GBA and in Scott Pilgrim
The editor, Dotemu, is well known by fans of games with retro aesthetics, responsible for editing and / or developing titles such as Streets of Rage 4, Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap and the next Windjammers 2. Tribute Games is a Montreal team responsible for titles like Panzer Paladin Y Flinthook; among its members are responsible for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2007) from Game Boy Advance and from Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game.