A video game with a twist that can be played with or without a controller is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The title, Ninja Turtles: Twisted Tales, is being developed by developer Ninja Theory and is slated to launch on January 27.
Toys for Tots developer Bandai Namco is working on the title, and the game will include all of the characters from the movie franchise.
The game is based on a game in the Ninja Theory franchise and the Ninja Turtle franchise.
You’ll get to play as the titular turtle from the Ninja Turtles animated series.
The title is based off the Teenage Mutant Monster movies.
Ninja Theory said it is aiming for a 2017 release.
The game is slated for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
The Teenage Ninja Turtles game has a unique gameplay mechanic called ‘Twisted Tales.’
Players can use their own character, the Turtle, to fight in various missions that require players to interact with different characters.
Each mission has an objective that requires them to defeat different characters and bosses.
Turtles are playable in different levels, each with a different story and different objectives.
For example, in the first level, players can use the Ninja Sword to slash through the floor of a building, and in the second level, the player must use the Turtle’s power to climb a rope.
Turtle players can also have their own avatar that can fight in a variety of missions.
Players can choose from a number of different turtles, each of which have different strengths and weaknesses.
The player can also use their Turtle to attack and block opponents with the Turtle Punch.
Tears are available as a separate reward for completing the game, and are a reward for defeating all of Ninja Theory’s bosses.
Ninja Theory said the Ninja-themed TMNT games will launch with a limited edition of 1,000 copies.
The limited edition will be available at retailers starting on March 6 and will be sold separately.
Bandai Namcom is working with Ninja Theory to develop the title.
Ninja theory said it has been working on TMNT and TMNT: Twisted, TMNT 2, TMN2, TM3, and TM4 for the past decade.
Bandae Namco released TMNT on PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Xbox 360.
TMNT 3 was released on PS3 and Xbox Live Arcade in 2012 and 2011.