Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredders Revenge has a chaotic six player co-op online and locally – both in the scene and online

Radical! Tubular! Many languages are being added. (Potemu)

TMNT: Shredders Revenge can be played together by up to six people, even in a local co-op. Casey Jones is now confirmed as a playable character.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are sure to be enjoying a healthy month. Summer Game Fest will see the launch of Shredders Revenge, a retro-inspired pig that beat Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It will take place next week on June 16th.

The trailer did not only reveal the date of release. Six players are now equipped with three games. Publisher and developer Dotemu allow nearly all members of the squad to play together in the same game.

The screen is chaotic and full of enemies. But the goal of this madness is to bring all your toys together. It is also available online and locally.

Dotemu and Tribute Games provide explanations on how enemies scale depending on how many people are playing. Sometimes, the gameplay can seem so complicated with six players.

The trailer revealed that Casey Jones, the unaffected character, is the man to play the 70-character character. He is a sports fan and a parent to the turtles. He is against hockey, baseball and other sports.

When he attacks, his attire changes rapidly. He attacked a golf club and swam flat-cap.

The rest of the roster is made up of the turtles, Splinter, April ONeil, and the master Splinter. Although it’s unfortunate that there aren’t seven players, that would allow the cast to fight together, that could make things difficult for the entire team. Who has enough controllers?

The game will be available on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 & PC. It also comes as a day-first PC pass.

Pre-orders for this product are available at a 10% discount to those who qualify, but it is now only available online through the Nintendo and Microsoft stores. Next week, PlayStation and Steam will be at this event. However, last year, the game was only available to PlayStation Plus subscribers.


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