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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up by UbiSoft




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  • Mild Suggestive Themes
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 13.
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Publisher: UbiSoft
  • Developer: UbiSoft
  • Category: Fighting

Product Details:

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are partnering with Ubisoft to celebrate their 25th Anniversary with a brand new game - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up. This is the first Ninja Turtles video game that is not directly tied to a movie, television show or comic book. The 4-player action brawler features a variety of battle modes including online multiplayer gameplay, minigames, and an original story mode for single player co-created with Peter Laird. The game is developed for the Wii system from Nintendo by Game Arts - part of the team who worked on Super Smash Bros. Brawl. While similar to their past project, Smash-Up offers some new surprises and features for a new shell-raising experience. Throughout the game, fans will be treated to unlockable surprises celebrating 25 years of Turtle history.


  • Choose from a wide variety of classic TMNT heroes and villains, each with unique acrobatic moves, weapons and combat skills that will come in handy during the free-for-all brawls.


  • Not only can you immerse yourself in the world of TMNT through the story mode, you can also challenge your friends at home or online in a variety of multiplayer modes including tournament, battle royal, and more.


  • Packed with over-the-top ninja action and smack-talking gameplay, Smash-Up offers hours of fun for novice players as well as ninja masters.
  • Finding unique combos and unlocking and special attacks add more elements to each character and battle.


  • Be prepared for interactive levels with moving arenas, gators jumping from the water, and many more surprises.
  • Collect "shells" during battles and mini-games to unlock memorable moments and exclusive content of TMNT's 25-year history.


  • The single-player story mode offers a completely original story written by Peter Laird (the co-creator of TMNT). But unlike his previous comic books and movies, this time you get to be a part of the story.

Game Informer Rating:

Rated 7.8 out of 10 by Game Informer.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Amazing This game is perfect. But if your not a person who has any friends who like game try nintendo WFC but sadly this game ofters no story. The closest story you will ever get is Arcade Mode. The reason why I like this game is because the way you fight. Donny is my favorite character.
Date published: 2013-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Where did everyone go? This game was deffinetely fun, don't get me wrong. there are alot of fun challenges and some cool battle stages, but it lacks alot of classic TMNT characters. It doesn't have Leather Head, the elite foot ninja, any purple dragons, Doctor Stalkman, Bishop, the Triceratons, or Hun! I was impressed though that it had Proffessor Honeycut, but besides that there were very few classic TMNT characters. And some of the gameplay was frustrating as well.
Date published: 2012-02-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just like Super Smash Bros This great game out of the ninja turtles series,is pretty much like the Super Smash Bros series.I think that's awesome.
Date published: 2012-01-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool I think you should buy it cause of the action and lasting appeal.
Date published: 2011-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good game tmnt smash up is clearly a brawl clone, but its a pretty good 1. the gameplay for single player is fun and i acuatually like the cutscenes. THE multiplayer is really fun too , and i also like the tag team mode it has and creating an aura for the character ur playing as. my fav characters r nightwatcher, leondo, and raph. but haviing the rabbids was jus kind of stupid i thought. this was for the turtles not splinter cell rabbids or rabbids go home ones. and since this is the tmnt 25th aniversary game i would have liked to see morecharacters and stages so i hope there is another smash up game.
Date published: 2011-06-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from gameplay is very fun TMNT smash up is like Super smash bros brawl but not as good. It is very fun for a while but i got bored after 5 hours of play. their is Nintendo WI FI for those players who like playing online. 9 out of 10
Date published: 2011-02-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from OKAY GAME TMNT SMASH UP is trying to copy brawl.The game has a limited rouster of charecters though and having ninja is a bit stupid. the game looks good. It features the same controllers to play with as brawl. The controls are easy to use. This game has fun gameplay and lots of missions and a good story. I would say get brawl first and then this game. There are bugs here and there, but overall a fine fighter.
Date published: 2010-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Turtles count 'em off! After this game was released, I was fairly hesitant on buying it, hearing all the talk of a Super Smash Bros take off, but eventually I gave in. Despite the fact it plays like a Smash Bros game, even with the near exact controls as Brawl, the Turtle touch to it makes it all worth it. Being a fan of the "old" 1987 and 2003 series, this game had a lot to offer me: a Turtle game that was based off of its history (one of the spots it completely failed to take advantage of), a solid game to break off Brawl, and overall a better challenge. The game opens up similarly to Brawl, as in you're presented with several modes, all based off of something in Nintendo's fighter. You have your main mode, a sorta story in which you choose from the Turtles, Splinter, April, and Casey, to participate in a tournament against each other. After you complete several battles (yes, it's eerily similar to playing Classic Mode in Brawl) you're about to recieve a reward when the Fugitoid (our alien robot friend from the 2003 cartoon) is captured by Shredder, and the Classic expands until you face Shredder. Aside from that, there's your basic party fight, and some missions, plus a lot of unlockables. The major flaw I found in this game was that, for a TMNT 30th anniversary game, this one lacked a whole lot of content spreading 30 years of the Turtle. A couple references are made to the 87 and 03 TV shows in a pair of hidden stages, and a reference here and there, but the 2007 TMNT movie is where the game gets ALL its inspiration from. Character models, stages, the stuff that could have made a lot of fans smile, was missed, such as alternate looks instead of the goofy side costumes that are given. Only one reference is made. Perhaps '87 looks? Maybe an '87 Shredder and voice would look goofy, but seeing it would have helped. Where's Bebop and Rocksteady, anyhow? Krang? Again, the TMNT have enough of a history to put together a real show like Smash Bros. Brawl did. Aside from the lack of references, this is a sweet game to play. For a Smash pro, it's nearly exact in terms of moves. Little things like wall jumping and guarding (sheilding for SSBB players) are made similar and are exemplified in Smash-Up. Despite the lacking roster of TMNT characters, Ubisoft made a rather humorous addition of their own to the lineup by having three variants of their Raving Rabbids into the game, plus several other unlockable characters. In a gaming perspective, TMNT Smash-Up covers the bare necessities for a fighting game of its calibre: good controls, good flow, enough options to play with, and even giving an online mode. Unfortunately, it pales in comparision to what Nintendo did almost 2 years ago in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and the reason is simply because there wasn't enough to allow TMNT Smash-Up to compete. Nintendo got people curious by adding so much from its illustrious past, with trophies and references galore. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have had enough history on their side to make such a game as Super Smash Brothers Brawl did, but unfortunately, failed to provide enough to give it a big enough chance. It's worth playing, and I'd recommend it, but if you're on the fence between this and Brawl, Nintendo's game is worth having first.
Date published: 2010-02-18
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