So… Seriously, where are all the 32-Bit Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video games? Shows like the Next Mutation and the 3rd Ninja Turtles movie didn’t give many people hope for a video game so we had to wait until the new animated series in 2003.

Konami stepped in with the game, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. A side-scrolling platform type game with bright colours and a very classic feel.

When the animated series was winding down and the 2007 CGI movie, TMNT became the next focus, Ubisoft picked up the license to distribute the game. Ubisoft have done a lot with the Ninja Turtles license, but their TMNT game on the humble Nintendo Game Boy Advance is one of my favourite Turtle games.

This video was a way for me to check out two, possibly under-appreciated, 32-BIT Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle games, side-by-side on what’s becoming my favourite handheld.

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