Come for the pizza and dry banter, stay for, well, not much else.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan is the third licensed game developed by Bayonetta and Metal Gear Rising studio Platinum and published Activision, after the pretty okay Transformers: Devastation, and the not-so-good Legend of Korra.
The game borrows the style of the original TV shows and lets you control all four Turtles in an open-world setting. Unfortunately, the combat has been criticised for not being as deep as it could have been, and the open-world was panned for being bland and not exciting to explore.
Another criticism the game received is owed to the fact it runs at 30 frames-per-second, even on modern consoles. Mutants in Manhattan strangely doesn’t feature local co-op, only online, for up to four players.
See the lot below. Scores are out of ten unless noted.
- USgamer – 2.5/5
- Polygon – 3
- Destructoid – 4.5
- IGN – 4.9
- Metro – 4
- We Got This Covered – 2/5
- GameZone – 4
Mutants in Manhattan is out now on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.