In the 1990s, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were everywhere. Though the series got its start in the 80s, it was so popular that its presence remained in full force for years, and is one of the few 80s franchises that has retained a good amount of its popularity to this day.
Also popular in the 1990s were beat-em-up arcade games. One of the most simple but fun genres in video game history, beat-em-ups made up in sheer fun what they lacked in depth. Simply make your way to the end of the level, and beat the ever-loving crap out of the bad guys, often times with a friend or two (or three).
With two such popular trends, it only makes sense that they would come together. In fact, Ninja Turtles and beat-em-ups came together on a few different occasions, with none more beloved than the second such arcade game…
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