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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan Review

And then I remembered that not only are the Turtles appearing across the world in video game form, but around the same time they are hitting the big screens once more with a movie.A video game AND a movie dropping within weeks of one another?

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan - PS4 Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan - PS4 Review | Chalgyr's Game Room The boss battles help to alleviate the repetition and there are some secret ones that can be unlocked if you meet particular criteria that serve as the primary reason to replay levels.Admittedly, some of these were pretty cool and gave me a nice sense of satisfaction when they occurred, but at the end of the day Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan is little more than a visually stylized button masher with little of the heart that has made the Turtles so enduring over the years.

Arsonist pet tortoise starts fire that burns neighbor's home and causes $150,000 in damage

Arsonist pet tortoise starts fire that burns neighbor's home and causes $150,000 in damage A tortoise in San Antonio is being blamed for a fire that spread to a neighboring home, causing an estimated $150,000 in damage.According to Fox 29 San Antonio the reptilian suspect is 15 years old, his name is Bits and he weighs about 120 pounds.

Baby turtle found near lumps of coal sparks fears for Great Barrier Reef

Baby turtle found near lumps of coal sparks fears for Great Barrier Reef Scientists and environmental advocates are up in arms after lumps of coal were found washed up on beaches around Australia's Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.The coal appears to have spilled from one of the ship loaders at Hay Point Coal port, as well as spillages from trestles carrying the coal to ship loaders.

Turtle living in wishing pond gets surgery after years of eating of coins left by tourists

Turtle living in wishing pond gets surgery after years of eating of coins left by tourists The Thai sea turtle that spent years eating coins off the bottom of a wishing pond has undergone a successful surgery.The coins, found in her stomach and intestines, were pressing on her other organs, and preventing her from diving, breathing or eating properly.

Watch: Two delightful turtles flip-flop their way to pure, blissful freedom

Watch: Two delightful turtles flip-flop their way to pure, blissful freedom There's nothing quite like the adorable sound of turtles flapping their way back into the sea.Following months of rehabilitation, a green sea turtle called Gretchen, and an olive ridley named Chompa, were released to back into the sea.

Buttholee Video Comp #89

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Korean researchers dream of mind-controlled turtles and say, ‘Why not?’

Korean researchers dream of mind-controlled turtles and say, ‘Why not?’ Researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) are developing a technology that enables humans to control turtles with their minds.For example, turtles predictably move toward white light and away from obstacles in their environment.