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KatrinaTheLamia played Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up

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Since I do not have a PS2 or PS1 memory care yet, I am kind or more than a little bit reserved about playing the games for the PS2 I currently own.

Figured I'd load this one up, as I had been eyeing it for a long time.

I dunno--it is a good game. But not really what I expected. I am actually very glad I bought this cheaper priced one for the PS2, rather than the Wii version, like I was wanting to.

Though, I really did not like how the difficulty has been lowered here.

Shell Shocked is just Very Hard.

Very Hard is just Hard.

Hard is just Normal.

Normal is Easy.

Easy is Very Easy.

And Very Easy is just Imbred.

Played a few of the modes. There really is nothing fancy. It appears mostly just a cookie cutter based game with a TMNT theme.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up (PS2)

Genre/Style: Fighting/3D Fighting
Release Date: 22/SEP/09
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Yeah they started messing around with the difficulty of games awhile back for the casual players and so that some people can feel good about themselves even though they beat a game on the difficulty my 3 year old niece plays on.

Since the 4Kids reboot they've just been throwing out TMNT stuff, not really caring whether its a good or bad. And in some cases it seems like they think its gonna sell itself or just don't care whether it sells or not.
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