If there is one cartoon series that has had an impact the most with, and I hate using this term, millennials, it would be The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (TMNT) Series. From ages 5 – 35, the Turtles have been a pop culture icon since their debut at Mirage comics in 1984. The Turtles have had four successful movies, three separate hit cartoon series, two Michael Bay adaptations, one awful live action TV show, and a slew of video games. The Turtles have had a ton of hit video games and a few misses through the years and you’re here to find out if their latest game from Platinum Games and Activision, Mutants in Manhattan, is in that top tier of Turtle games.
They did it, they finally did it. After years and years of screaming how much we wanted a good Transformers game, let alone a Generation One game, Hasbro and Activision finally threw us a bone. They gave Platinum Games the duties of design and what was crafted is something truly amazing
After seeing Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5, I got to my hands-on with Transformers Devastation from Platinum Games. If you’ve seen the original G1 series, or the IDW reboot comic series, you’ll be right at home. It’s very much a Platinum Game, whatever that means to you.
After almost a year since the original release, comes the PC version of METAL GEAR RISING: REVENGEANCE from Platinum Games. Platinum has done was Platinum does, and made a fast, frenetic game with high replayability. And the game alone warrants a double-dip on PC, or your first-time purchase.