History YMMV / TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime

14th Jan '17 1:35:38 PM SirVancelot131
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* MostWonderfulSound: The sound effect heard in the SNES version every time you hit the boss at the end of a level. Not only does it fit perfectly into the Boss theme itself, but it also tells the player that their hit actually connected.

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* MostWonderfulSound: The sound effect heard in the SNES version every time you hit the boss at the end of a level. Not only does it fit perfectly into the Boss theme itself, but it also tells the player that their hit actually connected. The buzzing sound that gets louder and louder after you defeat the boss before it explodes or vanishes also qualifies.



** Fans of the arcade version didn't really like Sewer Surfin' and Neon Night Riders becoming bonus stages. Especially since they're shorter, enemies die in one hit and you can easily avoid hitting anyone until the end.

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** Fans of the arcade version didn't really like Sewer Surfin' and Neon Night Riders becoming bonus stages. Especially since they're shorter, enemies die in one hit and you can easily avoid hitting anyone until the end. They do agree that the Technodrome stage is a welcome addition, as it is a challenging level, plus it makes more sense for the Technodrome to be where Shredder uses his time warp rather than after Sewer Surfin', which also got the Rat King as a boss.
24th Sep '16 7:56:32 AM KentAllard
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** Fans of the Arcade or SNES version do not like the fact that the Genesis port lacks the throw-the-foot-ninja at the screen maneuver. This is due to the lack of Mode 7 graphics support on the console.

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** Fans of the Arcade or SNES version do not like the fact that the Genesis port version lacks the throw-the-foot-ninja at the screen maneuver. This is due to the lack of Mode 7 graphics support on the console.console.
*** ...or so it would seem. But actually, throw-the-foot-ninja-at-the-screen maneuver didn't even utilize Mode 7, so the reason for its omission remains unknown.
1st Aug '16 4:29:52 AM TMK
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** "MY TOES! MY TOES!"

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** "MY TOES! TOE! MY TOES!"TOE!"
27th Jul '16 5:34:21 AM tropower
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** "MY TOE! MY TOE!"

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** "MY TOE! TOES! MY TOE!"TOES!"
3rd Jun '16 3:24:04 PM contrafanxxx
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* GoddamnedBats: The Roadkill Rodneys in the first part of the game, and the Stone Warriors in the second.
3rd Jun '16 3:23:19 PM contrafanxxx
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* GoddamnedBats: The Roadkill Rodneys in the first part of the game, and the Stone Warriors in the second.
7th Mar '16 10:53:12 PM CoCage
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* ScrappyMechanic: For some players, the arcade version of throwing enemies. In the SNES port that came later, you could choose a type of throw: [[GrievousHarmWithABody rag doll]] [[MetronomicManMashing slam]] or [[CameraAbuse throwing the enemy at the screen]]. Throwing relies on RandomNumberGod in the arcade version, which means you could not choose your type of throw. This makes you wonder why Creator/{{Konami}} thought it was a good idea at the time during the arcade release.
5th Sep '15 7:18:03 AM SirVancelot131
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* ThatOneBoss: The SNES version replaced the cement man, a minor monster that only briefly appeared on the show, with Slash. Unfortunately, he's the hardest boss on the SNES version for many reasons. He is a LightningBruiser that's immune to frontal attacks and he can counter with a rolling attack that deals a few bars of energy when he TurnsRed. [[note]]Slash is vulnerable from behind, so it helps to sneak behind him as he attacks and then hit him from there.[[/note]]

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* ThatOneBoss: The SNES version replaced the cement man, a minor monster that only briefly appeared on the show, show [[note]]From the episode "Curse of the Evil Eye" as a creation by Baxter Stockman using said eye, to be exact.[[/note]], with Slash. Unfortunately, he's the hardest boss on the SNES version for many reasons. He is a LightningBruiser that's immune to frontal attacks and he can counter with a rolling attack that deals a few bars of energy when he TurnsRed. [[note]]Slash is vulnerable from behind, so it helps to sneak behind him as he attacks and then hit him from there.[[/note]]
25th Jan '15 12:45:06 PM Valsion
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTIS3OJCMI8 STARBASE, WHEREN O TURTLE HAS GONE BEFORE]]

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTIS3OJCMI8 STARBASE, WHEREN O WHERE NO TURTLE HAS GONE BEFORE]]
25th Jan '15 12:44:56 PM Valsion
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTIS3OJCMI8 STARBASE, WHEREN O TURTLE HAS GONE BEFORE]]
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