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TOP 5 Best Games Like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge

TOP 5 Best Games Like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge

With the launch of Dotemu’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge, both the old-school brawling style game and the classic cartoon/comic book franchise have been revived and revamped for a new generation. Fans new and old are getting reacquainted with the four reptilian brothers that have been the stars of countless shows, movies, and video games, and this new title couldn’t be more faithful or reverent to the series’ roots than it is. Classic art, familiar gameplay mechanics, and retro fun have been bottled up and served in a way that feels simultaneously classic and modern. Shredder’s Revenge has just been released, and there is plenty of content to get through, but those who blasted through the game in a few days might have that brawler itch that needs scratching with other similar games.

 

Thankfully, you’ll find some similar suggestions on this list of the Top 5 Best Games Like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge. When you’re ready to give Shredder another beat-down, grab a slice of pizza and your skateboard, and get ready to unleash some turtle power!

 

 

  1. Mayhem Brawler

Hero Concept’s Mayhem Brawler uses comic book storylines and art styles to bring their super-powered police force story to life. With an undeniably 90s superhero cartoon vibe, you will play as three heroes, Dolphin, Star, and Trouble, as you beat down the criminals of the city you have sworn to protect. Each hero has different powers and strengths, allowing for multiple playthroughs with different playstyles. The game also has an offline co-op mode if you want to team up with 2 other friends for 3 player justice dealing. Choose your own path through the story via moral decisions. There are three possible endings depending on the path you choose. In addition to those 3 player characters, there are 30 different mobs and 12 unique bosses to fight, giving players plenty of variety in their fights.

 

 

 

  1. Streets of Rage 4

Another classic 90s franchise that was revived in the recent past is Streets of Rage. Dotemu, the studio behind Shredder’s Revenge, is also responsible for this sequel/reboot, and the quality on display should make brawler and Streets of Rage fans very happy. This revitalization of a legendary series brings it into the modern age with new gameplay mechanics, crispy art and visuals, and an excellent soundtrack to bop your head to while you bop crooks on the head. Streets of Rage 4 brings back the classic characters you know and love while providing plenty of new playable characters via unlockables. Wood Oak City needs you, and you can patrol its streets with 3 friends across 12 different stages to make sure its citizens are safe and sound.

 

 

 

  1. Jitsu Squad

Jitsu Squad is a 4 player co-op brawler that is inspired by classic Marvel vs. Capcom games. Its cartoony style and crazy characters will draw you in, and its fast-paced, chaotic battles will keep you coming back for more. The game features a tag team mode that will let you switch between playable characters like the striker system from Marvel vs. Capcom. With this, it is possible to play with the entire roster of characters in a single quest. As you defeat enemies, you will collect soul orbs. Collecting enough will give you the Ultimate Armor power-up, making you much stronger and impervious to damage.

 

 

 

  1. The TakeOver

Pelikan13’s brawler The TakeOver was released in 2019, but it does everything it can to feel like a game fresh out of the 90s. Inspired by classic brawlers of the time, most notably Streets of Rage, this game features 7 stages, 20 unique locations, and 4 playable characters. That’s plenty of content, and with the awesome soundtrack headed up by Little V Mills, you’ll punch and kick your way through those stages while listening to awesome music. Something unique The TakeOver offers is a ranged combat system, wherein each of the four characters comes equipped with a gun they can use at any point, providing they still have ammo for it.

 

 

 

  1. Mother Russia Bleeds

The developers at Le Cartel Studio thought it would be a good idea to mix the bloody violence of Hotline Miami with the brawling action of Streets of Rage. They were right, and the psychos at Devolver Digital gave them their full support to make Mother Russia Bleeds. Experience violent revolution in Soviet Union-era Russia through a powerful story campaign alone or with friends. After the story mode, you can jump into Survival Mode to test your skills.

 

 

  • Mike Alexander

    Mike has been playing video games since he was able to hold a controller, having been fascinated by Sonic 2 on his mom’s Sega Genesis. That fascination and passion for the art form has grown exponentially nearly 30 years later, and he doesn’t see that fading away anytime soon.

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