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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II The Arcade Game for NES Video Walkthrough Part 1
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II The Arcade Game for NES Video Walkthrough Part 1
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Part 1 of TMNT II for the NES. Yes, I know a side-scrolling beat-em-up isn't exactly the most difficult game, but I played it, I recorded it, I may as well make a walkthrough of it. We begin with a run through a burning building, and a regular old New York street. Commentary: 0:14 - I use Donatello because...well, I can. Despite popular rumor, all four turtles are identical in this game. 0:30 - I used the 10-life code. In case you're curious, it's U,R,R,D,D,D,L,L,L,L,B,A,Start. Also, we start right off with the Normal Foots. They use standard punches and jumpkicks (and the occasional choke-hold) to fight. In general, Foot Soldiers of all types should be dealt with using the Special Attack (A+B) or with two Jumpkicks. There will never be more than 3 Foots on the screen at one time, and in a 2-player game, more will show up. For the record, the fire down there doesn't hurt you. 0:46 - Sometimes Normal Foots get shriuken. It's not an issue, usually. 0:56 - Get used to this. Enemies will pop out of doors, windows, the floor...from everywhere. This is actually something pretty cool about the game. 1:10 - Three things here. First, the iron balls rolling down the steps. Just stay out of their way, then walk past after they go. Second, Knife Foots. They stab at you, or throw their knives. Nothing special. Third, Pizza Hut Sighting #1. This game was one of the first ones to get corporate sponsorship, and they slip in Pizza Hut signs quite a few times. 2:46 - Sword Foots. These guys are a pain. Try and manuever in for a Special Attack if you can, jumpkicking doesn't work so well on these guys. 3:16 - Ahh, Roadkill Rodney. Despite only appearing in maybe 2 episodes, they're always ready to serve as standard video game villians. They zip around, stop in front of you, and fire a laser or use an electric lasso. Try and trap them against a wall, then bash them to death. 3:47 - Machine Gun Foots. Ouch. Use Jumpkicks, and make sure to hit high enough so they don't shoot you or whack you with the gun. 4:01 - Rocksteady is the first boss of the game. The effective way to fight bosses in this game is with jumpkicks. Jumpkick in, then immediately jump away to dodge the counterattack. Then while in the air, jumpkick in again. It takes a little while to get the timing down. Rocksteady sometimes gets a little frisky with his gun and starts shooting wildly, so when he does, lay off a while, or he's likely to shoot you out of the air. 5:17 - Dramatic, isn't it? Shredder must be pretty strong to hold April in one arm like that. Well, on to Stage 2 5:27 - He must be damn fast to get away from us, too. Anyways, you can knock stuff around, like these manhole covers, and destroy enemies. The manholes themselves cost you a health point if you fall into them. 6:03 - D'oh! Kicked the fire hydrant from the wrong side. How'd Shredder get on TV, anyways? 6:46 - Dynamite Foots! Those explosions hurt. Time to bust out the jumpkicks. 7:20 - Pizza restores your health to full. You should not get it until you absolutely need it or you're gonna be leaving the screen. 7:44 - I love the way you get a point for taking a swing at this innocent skateboarder. I also love the way she's the only "civilian" out on the streets during an all-out turtle-robot war. 8:01 - Yellow means Boomerang Foots. A bit more irritating than Knife Foots, but still not too bad. 8:33 - Pizza Hut Sig...holy crap! Yeah, they try and drop the giant Pizza Hut signs on you. Stay down near the bottom and you'll dodge them. And remember, kids - Pizza Hut wants to kill you. (They really do. Have you -tried- their pizza?) 9:36 - Bebop here is kind of similar to Rocksteady, but with a better gun, a better punch, and a shoulder charge. If you see him gear up for that shoulder ram, make sure you jump out of his way. Don't get caught in a corner. And watch the manhole.

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