Does TMNT: Shredder's Revenge Have Good Replayability? - Answered - Prima Games

Does TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge Have Good Replayability? – Answered

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by Nikola "Nick" Jovanovic
Does TMNT Shredders Revenge Have Good Replayability

New retro games of this quality are not released every day! Here at Prima Games, we are fascinated with this throwback nostalgia-fest in a form of a side-scrolling beat-’em-up so we have prepared many in-depth guides which you can check out here. But this time, we’re answering the question of whether TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge has good replayability. In other words, will you run through the game once, like in the arcades, or is there still some additional content that will make you stay a little longer in the 1987 world of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?

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Does TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge Have Good Replayability?

With 16 levels, it can’t be said that TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge is short when compared to other retro side scrollers, but when you compare it to modern games of today, the three hours needed to complete everything doesn’t seem so impressive. That said, there are definitely plenty of reasons to play TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge again.

Replay the Game with Different Characters

TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge comes with seven playable characters; in addition to the four turtles, there’s Master Splinter, April O’Neil, and the hidden character Casey Jones. Even if you play with a maximum of six players in co-op mode, it’s always fun to try different combinations of characters as each one brings a completely unique experience – so switch it up a little bit.

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Go for 100% Completion

The levels are full of secrets! Collect all the Classic Headlines, Secret Diaries, and those Disgusting Bugs for Punk Frogs while aiming for 100% competition in TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge.

Beating the Game in Arcade Mode with Hard Difficulty

In Arcade Mode, you only have a certain number of lives and continues so if you want to indulge your retro arcade fantasies, start the game in this mode and choose the highest difficulty level. Now you can imagine that you are playing an actual arcade where the owner of the bar set those dip-switches to the max difficulty in order to get as many coins as possible.

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There are many more ways to enjoy this arcade beat-’em-up nostalgia trip. It’s even completely free for Xbox Game Pass subscribers. So taking everything into consideration, we can finally conclude that TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge has decent replayability value!

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