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TMNT Original Movie 2007 : Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Or- لاکپشت های نینجا

این بار با داستانی زیبا و بر اساس فیلم انیمیشن TMNT که در اوایل نیمسال اول 2007 بر روی پرده سینماهای امریکا قرار است اکران شود، کمپانی Ubisoft لاک پشتهای نینجا را وارد عرصه بازی های رایانه ای کرد . تیم Ninja Turtles متشکل از 4 لاکپشت خاص و قدرتمند به نام های Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, و Raphael است که خلق شده ذهن نویسندگان مطرح کتب Comic امریکایی در سال 1984 هستند .از همان سال کتب متعددی برای کودکان و نوجوانان شامل داستان های جذابی از این شخصیت های محبوب و پس از چندی سریال کارتونی و فیلم کارتونی این اثر منتشر و با اسقبال بسیاری روبرو شد

در اوایل دهه نود میلادی نخستین بازی های رایانه ای این اثر وارد دنیای بازی های رایانه ای و اولین بار در چند نسخه در کنسول بسیار محبوب آن زمان کمپانی Nintendo تحت نام Famicom یا فامیلی گیم عرضه شد . پس از آن بلافاصله کمپانی SEGA امریکا این بازی را با گرافیکی بالاتر برای علاقمندان عرضه کرد که هر دو این نسخه ها با فروش بالایی مخصوصا در میان کودکان روبرو شد . پس از آن چند نسخه کوچک نیز در رایانه و کنسول های دیگر بازی های رایانه ای عرضه شد تا اینکه در سال 2007 پس از مدتها نسخه ای دید از این شخصیت ها و بر اساس فیلم اورجینال انیمیشن تازه عرضه شده وارد دنیای بازی های رایانه ای شد ! سبک بازی همانند همیشه مورد پسند بسیار کودکان و همراه با مبارزات رودررو و ضرب و شتم متعدد بسیار است .

 

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مطمئنا تمامی علاقمندان به این شخصیت های بسیار محبوب و حتی بازی های کارتونی از این بازی بسیار زیبا و پرهیجان کمپانی Ubisoft لذت خواهند برد .

سازنده : کمپانی Ubisoft Montreal

ناشر : کمپانی Ubisoft

تاریخ انتشار : Mar 20, 2007

رده بندی ژانر : کارتونی مبارزاتی و Beat-'Em-Up !

میزان دشوار بودن : آسان

زمان مورد نیاز برای آشنایی کامل با محیط بازی : حدود نیم ساعت.

درجه بندی ESRB در مورد محتوای بازی : Everyone +10 - مناسب برای تمامی افراد 10 سال و

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بالاتر .

ویژگی های بازی TMNT Original Movie 2007 : Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:

با شرکت هر چهار شخصیت مطرح لاک پشت های نینجا Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello و Michelangeloکه هرکدام تونایی ها و قابلیت های حرکتی و مبارزاتی خاص خود را دارند .

بهره گیری از تمامی مراحل و مکان ها و فیلم نامه فیلم اصلی به همراه مراحل و مکان جدید و زیبای خاص بازی .

مبارزات بسیار پرهیجان و سریع و جذاب لاک پشت ها .

حرکات آکروباتیک زیبا و متفاوت هریک از لاک پشت ها .

حرکات تیمی زیبا و منسجم .

دشمنان متنوع و بسیار در جریان بازی .

نقاط ضعف و قدرت بازی TMNT Original Movie 2007 : Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles از دیدگاه منتقدان :

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نقاط قوت : فیلم نامه بسیار زیبا و جذاب بازی که خوبی طراحی شده است، محیط زیبا، جذاب و هنری بازی،صداگذاری خوب بر روی شخصیت ها .

نقاط ضعف : ناهماهنگی دوربین و حرکات در برخی صحنه ها.

سیستم مورد نیاز برای اجرای بازی TMNT Original Movie 2007 : Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:

CPU: Intel and AMD processors, 1.5 GHZ

Operating System: Windows XP (service pack 2)

Memory: 512 MB

Drive Space: 1.6 GB

Graphics Card: Direct X 9 compatible shader 1.1 and 64 MB RAM

Sound Card: DirectX 9 compatible

DirectX version: 9.0c

سیستم توصیه شده :

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CPU: Intel and AMD processors 2.0 GHZ

Operating System: Windows XP (service pack 2)

Memory: 1024 MB

Drive Space: 1.6 GB

Graphics Card: DirectX 9 compatible shader 1.1 and 64 MB RAM

Sound Card: DirectX 9 compatible

DirectX version: 9.0c

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After starting on a good start with the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game, Konami fumbled the license with this inferior sequel, subtitiled The Arcade Game. The graphics somehow becomes so grainy and dull that you'll have a hard time telling each Turtle apart. Add quirky controls, uninspired plot, repetitive enemies, and boring levels to a long list of weaknesses, and you end up with a poor use of the blockbuster license. Fortunately, Konami would redeem themselves with a much better sequel, Manhattan Missions a year later.

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homage to a world-renowned franchise that for almost 20 years has captured the hearts of gamers,” James Regan, director of new business development at Ubisoft told.

He added, “Ubisoft is breathing new life into-Time franchise with the launch of our downloadable console games while remaining true to the unique core values that make the Turtles so timeless.”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game and will be priced at 400 points on the Xbox Live Arcade. TMNT game for Xbox Live Arcade will be developed by Digital Eclipse.

The arcade game could be released on March 23 that’s when the new TMNT movie is to arrive in theaters.

The action is packed into another exciting series of adventures with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Battle Nexus. Run with the Turtle dudes as they show off their new Ninja abilities against all new opponents. Only the best can turn chaos into control with simultaneous play for up to four players in both cooperative and head-to-head modes. The Turtles' return has come at an unexpected time. They now find themselves forcced into exile on a strange, alien planet -- the result of a new time and space warping technology that has fallen into the wrong hands. But hop glimmers as they soon discover a hostage, a robot named Fugitoid, whom they rescue and convert to a valuable ally. Together they must defeat the bizarre enemy infestations on the planet and get back home to Earth.

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In celebration of the TMNT movie and videogame, the classic 1989 arcade game is back and available in its full form on Xbox Live Arcade. Bringing the coin-op arcade game into the comfort of the living room, this version features the original seven levels, two- to four-player co-op modes and voice-chat capabilities. Choose from one of four Ninja Turtles—Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, or Raphael—and master their unique ninja weapons and abilities. Play through the original seven levels alone, or with up to three others cooperatively via Xbox LIVE.

With April O'Neil held hostage by The Shredder's thugs, Bebop and Rocksteady, once again, it's up to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to come to her rescue! Play as all four of the turtle heroes, rescue April, and then rescue your sensei Splinter from The Shredder's clutches deep in the bowels of The Technodrome itself.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is an action game based on the late eighties/early nineties cartoon series of the same name. Play as Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello and Raphael (one turtle only, but the ability to swap between turtles at any time) as you save your friends and battle The Shredder and his cronies. There are no 'lives', as such - when you lose a turtle, he becomes 'captured', and you cannot use him again until you rescue him from a place hidden in the overworld.

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Gameplay takes place in two perspectives: a top-down view, which lets you run around and explore buildings, sewers and other places. When entering places from the top-down view, the perspective shifts to a side-scrolling view, where most of the battling takes place. In addition to each turtle's main weapon, sub-weapons (such as shuriken) can be acquired, to use at foes - these have a limited use.

f you spent even a portion of your youth in the early 1990s, chances are that you have at least a vague, working knowledge of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Starting out as an underground comic book in the '80s, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles achieved massive success when it was translated into a Saturday morning cartoon in 1987. From there, movies, action figures, and the inevitable video game spin-offs followed. Unsurprisingly, the games based on the TMNT franchise were largely very popular; what was surprising, however, was that they weren't successful simply because of their brand name but because many of the games were actually legitimately well made. Though the TMNT franchise has been taking a bit of a breather over the last few years, a new TV series has recently debuted, and not far behind it is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the latest video game featuring the heroes in a half shell. Developed by Konami, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a pure beat-'em-up that aims to rekindle favorable nostalgia for the TMNT games of days past, while at the same time the games looks to update the look and feel of the franchise for fans of the new series. Unfortunately, TMNT doesn't wear its nostalgic aspects particularly well, and the remaining components simply don't make for a very entertaining experience.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles bases its gameplay style after the classic TMNT beat-'em-up titles, but it doesn't quite capture your attention the way those titles did.

TMNT's gameplay is about as simple as you can get for a modern-day action game. Though you can play as any of the four turtles, they all handle roughly the same and there's no meaningful difference between them. The four main controller buttons let you perform a basic attack, a spin attack, a jump, and a throw (which, in this case, is "the throw" of a ninja star). You also have the ability to execute an uppercut attack, where you can juggle opponents in the air, and there's a dash function that lets you speed past groups of attackers. You can earn new attacks and stats for your chosen turtle by taking part in dojo missions. Dojo missions are training levels that appear from time to time, where you have to perform various tasks assigned by Master Splinter. These tasks range from the reasonably easy (breaking a number of boxes within a three-minute time span) to the seemingly impossible (defeating 30 opponents without being hit). If you successfully defeat the dojo level to Splinter's liking, you'll earn a new attack (like a jump attack) or an increased attribute (like stronger defense or offense). Despite these upgrades, however, you'll primarily just be running around, slashing through each area as fast as you can. Unfortunately, there isn't a whole lot of skill required for this.

Once you've gotten a feel for your range of attacks--which really shouldn't take very long at all--you should be able to breeze through TMNT pretty quickly. Enemies come in reasonably strong numbers, but, considering that none of them are particularly intelligent, their numbers are really their only advantage. Bad guys generally spawn a good distance away from you, and, unless you get right up into their personal space, they'll often just stay right where they are. Of course, you'll have to beat every enemy to progress to the next section of the level. So, periodically, you'll have to trot back to wherever the one stray bad guy, whom you didn't trigger, is standing. Then you must beat him down. Additionally, sometimes the game won't spawn the next cadre of thugs until you hit a very specific point in the level, requiring you to kind of aimlessly wander around until they appear. Later-level enemies have a slightly higher range of attack, but most of the thugs you'll face off against simply run at you and aimlessly swipe at you with a pipe, stick, or what have you. The boss fights are significantly better than the rest of the in-game action and do require a bit of skill and planning, but, considering you only encounter one in about every three areas, that still leaves too much flat, flavorless action.

 

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' graphical style is a vibrant, colorful, cel-shaded look, and it works well with the subject matter.

Less impressive is the game's sound quality, which, despite the roster of voice actors from the TV show, falters in pretty much every other category. During the game, the Turtles will spout off a limited array of catchphrases as they pummel their foes; unfortunately, they also spout the aforementioned catchphrases ridiculously often, meaning you'll be hearing such phrases as "Talk to the feet!" and "Slice and dice!" at a practically constant rate. The game's scant selection of music is decent, though pretty unmemorable, and, as far as in-game effects go (like the catchphrases) there aren't a lot of them, and they repeat--and repeat often.

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There are things about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles that can be praised. Its graphical style is quite pleasing to look at, and the game certainly deserves points for giving you a multiplayer option (even if it would have been better served in four-player instead of two-player). Unfortunately, the gameplay, though an earnest attempt to mirror its predecessors, is too hollow on its own merits and simply lacks the charm and fun of previous titles. That is not to say the game is a total loss, by any means; younger fans of the new TV series will likely not be swayed by the game's elementary fighting mechanics and should find the storyline entertaining.