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Retro Games – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Nes Review

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Turtle Ninja Legend") in Japan, is a 1989 platform game for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game was developed by Konami and originally released in Japan through Konami themselves, then in North America through Konamis Ultra Games imprint, followed by a release through the European equivalent, Palcom Software, in PAL regions. This was the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video game, and is based on the 1987 TV series, which was in its third season at the time of the games original release, although the art style more resembles the original comic series. The game was ported to various home computer platforms in 1990; the original NES version was ported to Nintendos PlayChoice-10 arcade system in 1991, and the Wiis Virtual Console service in 2007. It was taken off the Wii Shop Channel on January 26 2012. TrannyGamer is a Gaming Action Figure channel hosted by comedian Louie "Lulu" Barra Jessica "Who" De Leon LINKS – twitter.com nerdswithfriends.com SEND ME LETTERS Polar Barra Productions PO Box 140216 Gainesville, FL 32614-2851 Filmed with Edited in Sony Vegas Movie Studio 11.0 MUSIC by Kevin MacLeod – incompetech.com

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  1. Can you really beat this game without a single game over? This game is hard! Level two is tough, but level three is real bad.

  2. Can you really beat this game without a single game over? This game is hard! Level two is tough, but level three is real bad.

  3. One of my first video games I owned I am gonna makes list and makes video series in my found game memories or some thing well,
    Good luck not bad

  4. One of my first video games I owned I am gonna makes list and makes video series in my found game memories or some thing well,
    Good luck not bad

  5. I’ve never beaten it without getting a game over, but I can get up to the last area without getting a game over.

  6. I’ve never beaten it without getting a game over, but I can get up to the last area without getting a game over.

  7. I remember when this game first came out to stores. I feel old since I’m probably the only one who remembers that.

  8. I remember when this game first came out to stores. I feel old since I’m probably the only one who remembers that.

  9. The most infamous aspect of the game is its difficulty, ultimately making it a Love It or Hate It affair; you either love it because it’s Nintendo Hard, or hate it because it’s Nintendo Hard.I’ve never understood why people seem to think hard = bad. I loved that game when I was a kid. I only beat it with donnie in the end, but that doesn’t mean I thought it was a shit game that should never be played.

  10. The most infamous aspect of the game is its difficulty, ultimately making it a Love It or Hate It affair; you either love it because it’s Nintendo Hard, or hate it because it’s Nintendo Hard.I’ve never understood why people seem to think hard = bad. I loved that game when I was a kid. I only beat it with donnie in the end, but that doesn’t mean I thought it was a shit game that should never be played.

  11. I remember when this game first came out to stores. I feel old since I’m probably the only one who remembers that.

  12. I’ve never beaten it without getting a game over, but I can get up to the last area without getting a game over.

  13. One of my first video games I owned I am gonna makes list and makes video series in my found game memories or some thing well,
    Good luck not bad

  14. Can you really beat this game without a single game over? This game is hard! Level two is tough, but level three is real bad.

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