Months after its console and PC free up, beat ’em up Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is the newest sport to move to cellular for Netflix subscribers.
The day prior to this, Netflix introduced the sport’s arrival on cellular with a trailer. Consistent with Netflix’s in-app description, the mobile port nonetheless options controller fortify and on-line multiplayer gameplay.
Impressed by way of arcade beat ’em ups of the ’90s (and together with reasonably a couple of enhancements to their battle programs), TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge sees the vintage Turtles, at the side of a couple of newly playable characters, taking over new foes thru a marketing campaign mode and an arcade mode.
IGN gave TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge an 8 in our review, praising its “amusing battle, an enthralling and mawkish pixel aesthetic, and one of the crucial easiest soundtracks of the 12 months to this point” regardless of its once in a while tedious degree design.
In contemporary months, Netflix has added reasonably a couple of notable video games to its roster, together with indies like Spiritfarer, Into the Breach, and Before Your Eyes. The streaming provider may be creating video games of its personal, including what seems to be an AAA shooter game, thru its new studio.
Then again, Netflix hasn’t had a very easy time getting subscribers to play its video games, with less than 1 percent of subscribers playing games via Netflix as of August.
Amelia Zollner is a contract creator at IGN who loves all issues indie and Nintendo. Outdoor of IGN, they have contributed to websites like Polygon and Rock Paper Shotgun. In finding them on Twitter: @ameliazollner.