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Please LIKE. This video is the continuation of my Let's Play Series Of the Epic Fighting video game for the Nintendo Wii, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash- Up.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash- Up Description:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up is a 2009 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fighting game for the Wii and PlayStation 2 video game consoles. It was released in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. The game was developed by a Japanese game developer Game Arts, who had previously worked on Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and several former members of Team Ninja, who previously worked on Ninja Gaiden II and the Dead or Alive series. The full title was announced on January 23, 2009. The game is not specifically tied to any previous Ninja Turtles license, yet bears a similar artistic style to the 2007 CGI movie, TMNT.
The game is a four-player 2.5D fighting game, similar to the Super Smash Bros. series. During battle, players attempt to KO opponents by depleting their life bar, knocking them off the stage or into traps. Characters are color-coded on-screen via a glow effect to help players keep track of their character (a feature that can be toggled on and off in the options screen). Like Super Smash Bros., the game will include many customizable options for battles.
The game stresses interaction with the environment, and stages in the game feature traps, changes to the stage itself, and interactive elements. The game also feature items, including life-restoring pizza and ninja skills that grant players special abilities like fire breathing and electrical shields.
The modes for this game are Arcade, Battle Royal, Survival, Tournament, Swap-Out, Practice, and Mission Mode, as well as an online mode for four players and mini-games. Players can collect 'shells' during battles or mini-games and use them to unlock special features, including trophies that other players can win in online tournaments.
Arcade Mode features animated cut scenes illustrated by Mirage Studios artists.
April O'Neil fighting against Karai
Mirage made character selections for the game, and the roster was said to include characters "you know well in addition to surprise characters you certainly wouldn't expect."
• April O'Neil - voiced by Veronica Taylor
o April O'Neil (2003 TV series) - alternate costume
• Casey Jones - voiced by Marc Thompson
o "Back to the Sewer" Casey Jones - alternate costume
• Donatello - voiced by Sam Riegel
o Cyber Donny - alternate costume
• Foot Ninja
o Cyber Foot Ninja - alternate costume
• Fugitoid - voiced by Oliver Wyman (Wii only)
• Karai - voiced by Karen Neil
o Gold Karai-Bot (from the episode"New Blood") - alternate costume
• Leonardo - voiced by Michael Sinterniklaas
o Ninja Leo - alternate costume
• Master Splinter - voiced by Darren Dunstan
o Master Splinter with ornate blue nagajuban - alternate costume
• Michelangelo - voiced by Wayne Grayson
o Hip-Hop Mikey - Alternate Costume
• Nightwatcher - voiced by Frank Frankson
• Ninja Rabbid - voiced by Yoann Perier (Wii only)
• Raphael - voiced by Frank Frankson
o Punk Rocker Raph - alternate costume
• Raving Rabbid - voiced by Yoann Perier (Wii only)
• Shredder - voiced by Scottie Ray
o Cyber Shredder - alternate costume
• Splinter Rabbid - voiced by Yoann Perier (Wii only)
• Utrominator - voiced by Michael Sinterniklaas
Title: Let's Play Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up Part 1