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Old 07-30-03, 11:20 AM
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Did konami make all the old TMNT games?

I'm asking cause I'm hoping just maybe thay will put all the old games on the new game coming out. That would be cool I saw some TMNT toys last night and thay came with some type of code for the new game so I'm hoping just maybe it unlocks the old TMNT games or something.

So anyone think this could happen? I damn hope it does that would rule much ass. Also has there been any word on if they are going to do this or anything?
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I don't think TMNT GBA version is look any better compare to the old SNES TMNT games.

I wondering.... When TMNT SNES version going hit GBA again!!!
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Originally posted by Jtnguyen12
I don't think TMNT GBA version is look any better compare to the old SNES TMNT games.

I wondering.... When TMNT SNES version going hit GBA again!!!
No idea I know thay are making one for GBA for based on the new show and it's looks to be a side scaller beatem up. I just got the one called turtles in time off ebay for SNES. I remember loving this in the arcude way back in the day.
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Didn't Ultra make the first Nintendo TMNT game?
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Originally posted by tofu
Didn't Ultra make the first Nintendo TMNT game?
Ultra = Konami.

Ultra was a company formed by Konami. Back in the day, Nintendo only allowed 3rd party game makers to publish 5 titles per year. This was done to keep the quality of games high. Konami formed Ultra, so they could produce addtional games. Another notable Konami/Ultra game was Metal Gear.
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Turtles in Time baby!!
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Originally posted by TOPDAWG
No idea I know thay are making one for GBA for based on the new show and it's looks to be a side scaller beatem up. I just got the one called turtles in time off ebay for SNES. I remember loving this in the arcude way back in the day.
Was TiT in the arcades? I remember the arcade game, which was converted for the NES, and TiT came later for the SNES (and maybe Genesis too). The arcade game I remember didn't have the time travel, but was very similar in gameplay to TiT.

BTW, Ultra also produced what was probably my favorite NES game ever, a port of Sid Meier's Pirates!.
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Turtles in Time was released in arcades prior to the SNES version.

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