Publisher: Konami Release Date: Oct 19, User Score. Your Score. Rate this:. Share this? Summary: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return--this time featuring simultaneous play for up to four players. In both cooperative and head-to-head modes, you and your friends can play as your favorite green heroes: Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael.
Punch, kick, and duck your way The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return--this time featuring simultaneous play for up to four players. Punch, kick, and duck your way through battles against The Shredder and his evil pack of Foot Ninjas. Each Turtle has distinct characteristics and abilities, and you can combine moves to perform more than 30 different types of attacks.
Critic Reviews. Score distribution:. Positive: 2 out of 9. Mixed: 5 out of 9. Negative: 2 out of 9. Gaming Age. In some ways, this version of TMNT 2 is better than its console brother. The game play is straightforward, fun, and action packed, all without the trials of camera issues and other problems that the console version endures. All this publication's reviews Read full review. External Site. This site is not sponsored or endorsed by Nintendo, Sega, Sony, Microsoft, or any other such party.
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Move to the right wall and use your sais to climb it. Destroy the Spider and move through the left opening. Walk off the ledge you come to and break open the two crates to claim two crystals. Jump up to the left ledge and continue left to claim another crystal on the other side of the opening. Make your back to the beginning and enter the red door. Dispatch the two enemies on the other side of the door and drop down the hole to exit the level. There is nothing unique for him to find.
Exit back out the door when you are done. Fly across the gap to the right and land on the other side. A Federation Trooper armed with a laser rifle awaits on the other side, so be warned. Beat him and move through the right opening. Duck into the background at the ledge and move across the pit, claiming the crystal as you do. Where the background floor is spiked, hang down and shimmy past. On the other side smash the crate to claim a crystal, but beware of the laser generator it falls past.
Navigate downwards, avoiding the lasers by ducking when you touch down and timing your movements. At the bottom move to the right to claim another crystal. Climb back out of this corner area and jump off the ledge over the pit you just crossed. Land in the middle to avoid the electrical pits and move to the right.
Use your Nunchaku Boomerang attack to smash open the three crates and crawl to the crystals inside. Once you have them, you have to make a tricky jump from the floor directly below the ledge above you. You need to jump up and grab the ledge without falling down into the electrical pit. Once you're back on the top of the ledge, make your way back to the beginning of the level and enter the red door. Dispatch the two Federation Troopers and drop down the hole to clear this level for good.
The battle begins with a wave of three Federation Tanks. Take them out like you did before to move on the the main event. The Federation Transport flies in from the right side and begins by letting loose with some turrent fire. The pilot will attempt to target you in the general area you are in, so jump first more towards the center of the screen firing away with your shuriken at the cockpit as you do , then pull back to the left side and do the same.
If you alternate your attack position, noting where the pilot is firing as you do to avoid the fire, you should be able to dodge these shots easily. After he fires at you with his vulcans a few times, the pilot will change weapons.
He'll begin launching three blue orbs directly at you. He will target you with these shots directly, so you will have to be a lot more agile to deal with it. If he begins firing while you're mid-air, drop downto avoid the first shot then wait for the second shot to almost hit you before jumping. If you time it just right, his second two shots will pass harmlessly underneath you. The key is getting the timing down which just takes repitition.
He'll repeat this attack several times, so just keep at it and don't stop firing. Once he tires of trying to hit you with the blue orbs, the pilot will move in on you. Move forward and under the cockpit, but do not touch any part of the Transport itself. A Federation Hovercraft will emerge from the open cargo bay of the Transport. Be sure to charge a shot as you move in and as soon as the first enemy appears, fire the shot without jumping to hit it with at least one of the shurikens you let loose.
Now just open fire straight ahead and watch as the Hovercraft lowers itself into your line of fire. As soon as it blows up, charge another shot and fire when the second Hovercraft appears. Begin firing, but watch the Transport as it will begin to move. Take out the second Hovercraft and then wait for the Transport to fire a volley of vulcan rounds. Once it finishes, move under the cannon and back into the open before you get hit by a second volley.
From here the fight starts back at the beginning. Just keep whittling away at the Transport's health and it will eventually go down in flames. As the Federation Transport explodes it will release the ten crystals it holds. Collect them as it crashes it won't hurt you to clear the level.
If you're trying to beat it with all four Turtles you'll need to do this level three more times. Otherwise, you can move on to your second boss battle in the next stage. Your weapon is directly above you, so grab it first. Once you do, note the health on the level beneath you. The pipes on either side of the platform you're one allow you to climb up and down between the two levels.
There are also six crystals floating about, three on each side one in the top corner, one in the middle, and one on the bottom corner. On either of the bottom corners there is a small pit you can duck in. The Sewer Cleaner will enter the stage from one of the four corners along the edge of the arena. When it does it will do one of three possible things.
While it has more than half of its health it only do two of these, but after that it will add a third attack and randomize the order in which it uses them. Its first method of attack is to move in from whichever side corner you are closest to and fire four fireballs at you.
When it does this strike it in the maw to damage it. The fireballs can be hit with your weapons and destroyed, although this only works really well with Leo and Mikey. If you are using one of them you can simply stand directly in front of the Sewer Cleaner and strike away. Your strikes will hurt the boss and destroy his fireballs without trouble. If you are Don or Raph, however, you will need to jump and hit the fireballs as they near, striking the Sewer Cleaner only when it is safe to do so.
Its second method of attack is to charge across the screen. You cannot hurt it when it does this, so don't even try. If it is about to charge a warning will appear on the screen. Try to be near a pipe on the top floor before this happens. This is easy to do in the first half of the fight, but difficult in the second. If you are on the top floor and the warning appears indicating it will charge there, drop down the pipe to safety.
If, however, you are on the bottom floor, jump into one of the side pits and duck as it passes overhead. When the Sewer Cleaner is down to less than a fourth of its health it will perform this attack twice in a row whenever it charges. For the first half of the fight it will alternate back and forth between these two attacks. Wait to see which attack is does first, then simply stand on one of the upper corners.
If it is about to charge, stand next to the pipe and move down when you get the warning. If it is about to move in and shoot fireballs, climb up the pipe and move to the upper corner and start hitting the boss when it appears. After it has lost half of its health the Sewer Cleaner will add another attack and begin randomizing the order it performs them in. This third method of attack is to move in from the opposite side you are standing by and to attempt to grab you with an extendable claw and drag you into its maw.
This attack is somewhat hard to dodge if you're trying to attack the boss, but can be completely avoided by running away when it appears. If it misses with its first attempt to grab you it will try one more time. You can jump out of the way of the claw, but if you do so on its first attempt you will have a very hard time dodging the second grab. Instead run from the first attempt, then move in on the second and jump out of the way of the second.
Strike it if you can, but don't fret if you can't. If it does get ahold of you though, hit it for all you've got once it lets go; it will not try to get you again if it got you once and you might as well get some hits in if you're going to lose the health anyway. Once you take it down to zero health it will explode and drop ten crystals.
Grab these and wait for the stage to end. You can now move on to either Feudal Japan or the Triceraton Homeworld. Of course if you want to clear every stage with every Turtles you're going to have to best this boss three more times As he passes drop out and climb the far right alcove. Dash and leap over the spiked platform and continue climbing up. Move to the center alcove and climb it all the way to the top.
Drop out behind the jailer and climb up whichever side is to his back. Jump over the center area to claim your weapon. You can go either left or right as they both lead to the same room, just opposite sides. If you go left, drop off the ledge you come to and take out the two Gladiator Slaves. Claim the crystal above them and the one they drop. Climb back up to the ledge and jump to the moving platform. Jump to the left ledge and drop down into the middle. The door takes you forward. If you went right instead, drop off the ledge as well and take out the pair of Gladiators there.
Claim their crystal and climb back up the ledge. Jump out to the giant bumpers and bounce off of them. Practice doing this correctly as it will be required throughout this world. Claim the two crystal pieces overhead while you're at it. Move to the right ledge and climb over to move to the middle area where the door is. Move right and break open the crate blocking the path.
Take out the Triceraton on the other side and climb the alcove. Drop out at the top and take out the next Triceraton. Bust open the three crates on the left to get three crystals. Move right to come to a vertical room with bumpers and trampolines. Use these to get to the door at the top. Enter it and take out the last two Triceratons on the other side to get the Red Key Card. Use it to lower the platform in this last room and jump to the top floor to find the exit.
Climb back down one of the pipes and take out the Triceraton. Climb down one floor and take out the Triceraton there. Break open the left crate to claim a crystal. Continue down to the next floor and break the crate on the right. Climb up the wall for another crystal. Return to the top and go either left or right, whichever path you missed last time. Follow the instructions on the Leo walkthrough to get to the middle section with the missing crystals.
Once in the middle, jump to the spiked alcoves on either side of the door and climb up the wall to the crystal. Climb back down to near the spiked bottoms and jump back to the trampolines to avoid getting hurt. Do the same for the opposite side and then enter the door. Go either left or right, whichever path was easier for you before, and make your way to the middle area.
Enter the door and go left on the other side. Enter the door there and jump left over the spiked pit. Use the computer to lower the platform on the far left and drop down. Move all the way right, dropping down as need-be, and claim the crystal. Climb back up to the second computer in this room the one just below where you dropped after the first computer and use it.
Move left and claim the lower left crystal. Climb back to the computer and use it to return the platform to the downward position and climb back to the door. Use Don's Bo Vault to get to the ledge above you. Climb up and duck into the background. Make your way across to the crystal and then exit to the left of the ledge. You'll be in the room with the trampolines and bumpers. Use them to get to the top and enter the door. Take out the last two Triceratons on the other side to get the Red Key Card.
You control the cursor and move it around, firing at whatever comes your way. Your basic attack is a laser blast using the B-Button. Hold it to charge your laser attack. Hold the A-Button and then hit the B- Button to use one of your bombs to kill everything on the screen. To make it through you simply need to kill everything that comes your way.
Periodically a defeated enemy will drop a crystal shard. Shoot it to claim it. A single charged shot will kill any enemy that comes your way, so don't even bother with shooting regular shots; charge every shot you fire so they all count. It may take some practice, but after a few tries this level will be a piece of cake. Begin by waiting for the Triceraton at the beginning to turn away from you and then dash out and climb the pipe to the right.
Dash and jump off the platform you climb to. Drop all the way down the pipe you come to on the right it goes down a long way. Move past the door and watch the spiked ceiling. It moves up and down with some inlets spread throughout you can duck under safely. Run from inlet to inlet, taking the opportunity to grab the two crystals along the way they're up high, so the ceiling has to be up to get them.
Your weapon is at the end of this hallway. Climb the pipe and move right. Ground Slash the crate blocking the passage on the right and drop down. Move right and take out the Triceraton waiting for you there. Break the crates open for two crystals and then climb up the alcove. Take out the Triceraton at the top and move left.
Watch the spikes retract and extend and time your crawling as to avoid them. There is a crystal along the way, so be sure to get it. Once you make it through the crawlspace, climb the pipe and duck into the background. Hang down and shimmy across the spike pit. Climb the upper ledge and drop down the passage between the two upper crawlspaces. Break the crates and drop down to the door and enter it. You'll come to another room with a moving ceiling, but this time the inlets are in the ground.
There are three crystals up above this time as well, so collect them as best you can. To make these inlets you will need to dash to each one, so "hop" out of the inlet as the ceiling rises and dash to the next before the ceiling comes crashing down.
At the end is a door leading to two Triceratons. These two Triceratons have laser rifles, so as soon as you appear jump attack one of them, then quickly leap over the laser fire of the other and hit him from the air. Combo him, then fall back to the first Triceraton. Combo him to finish him off and then eliminate the remaining one with a final combo.
Claim the Red Key Card and use it to lower a platform to the exit. Drop all the way down the pipe you come to on the right.. Return back through the rising-lowering ceiling area and enter the door you bypassed. Inside is a Gladiator Slave.
This one has a naginata, so refer to the Enemy Guide if you need help fighting him. He drops two crystals when defeated. Pick them up and then return to the start of the level. Latch on to the leftmost wall and climb to just below the protruding spikes. Jump to the right and get the crystal there. Drop to the floor and climb the left wall back to below the spikes. As soon as they retract, climb straight up and claim the crystal at the top.
Drop down and return to the pipe where your weapon was. Once you're there, climb the pipe and jump across the platforms on the left to make it to two trampolines. There are two Triceratons armed with laser rifles below you, so be careful. Use these to get to the bumpers high above you. Collect the three crystals above the bumpers and move right past the spikes. Land on the trampoline and bounce as high as you can.
When you are bouncing high enough, move left to the first bumper and bounce off it to the right to reach the high ledge. Crawl to the center and drop down. Break the crates and drop down to the door. From here make it to the exit just as you did with Leonardo. Return back through the rising-lowering ceiling area and return to the first room.
Take out the Triceraton and climb up the pipe to the first ledge you dashed off. Dash and jump, then glide across to the upper ledge. Drop off the far right side and jump across the platforms at the bottom, dashing and jumping from each to get the two crystals on the way. Once you have them, drop down the hole on the far right.
You'll be in yet another rising-lowering ceiling room. There's one crystal in the middle of this room so don't miss it. Enter the door to the left to face a Gladiator Slave. Take him out for the last two crystals pieces. Exit the room and climb th pipe to the left. You'll come out in the room above where your weapon was. Take whichever path you found easier before to the exit from here. Shortly you'll come to the main event of this stage, and it can take you out fast if you don't know what to do.
The mothership will descend from the top of the screen down at you. As it does so, charge up a shot. At the lowest tip is a spiked protrusion. Shoot it with two charged shots to take it out. If it fires an energy orb, break off your attack upon the tip and shoot it. After the spike is destroyed, you will continue to move up the ship.
Begin charging again and target the launch bay as soon as it appears. This thing will launch Alien Pods at you, so just keep firing. If you keep the pressure on it, you should be able to destroy the Alien Pods as they emerge while continuing to fire upon the bay. Remember, charged shots are your friend. With the bay gone you will move again. Charge another shot as it does so and fire at one of the four claws that appear. A single charged shot will destroy each claw. You should be able to destroy two before it starts firing.
It fires energy orbs like the spike, so break off your attack to shoot them down when you need to. The last part is the trickiest. With the claws destroyed you will now move on to the core of the ship. You need to fire energy shots in at the core, while at the same time destroying the hordes of Alien Pods that come at you.
Whereas usually in a situation like this in a video game you'd want to ignore the other enemies and target the boss. You can take that route here and simply try to fire fast, but I don't recommend it. Instead focus on the enemies and hit the core with uncharged shots while moving from one enemy to the next. This will slowly wear down the boss, but it will help you avoid taking too much damage so you can actually complete the level.
Once the core explodes you will be rewarded with the stage's crystals. Shoot them as they fly out from the exploding core to claim them. Of course you want to get all the crystals while you're at it, so you gotta hurry. Thankfully there are no enemies here, so you just need to rely on your climbing and jumping skills.
Begin by crawling to the right, don't even worry about the spikes as dying from damage in this level is unlikely. Jump up the ledges and collect the two crystals. Drop down the center and claim your weapon. Crawl to the left and climb up the alcove. Only Raph can get the crystals floating to your left. Go left and climb the pipe. Break the crate above you for a crystal. Jump up and move right. Time the spikes and grab the ledge above you when they retract.
Break the crate and claim the crystal before it falls. Climb the center pipe and jump to the right. Jump back left and climb into the crawlspace. Drop down and break the crates below. You should find one crystal in the bottom one. Bounce up to the next ledge and climb around the center square.
Bounce up to the top ledge and jump off the right side unto the platform. Claim the crystal before the platforms break and leap back to the left. If they do break, jump to the lower crawlspace and make your way back to the spring. From the top ledge you need to use the bumpers to make it up to the exit. If you got time grab the three crystals before the exit, then move to safety.
Now crawl left and use your sais to climb the left wall to claim the two crystals high up. Jump right and climb up the alcove. Run to the right and use the computer. Jump up to the platform that rises and then up to the righthand ledge. Collect the crystals as you move along this route. Climb the pipe and crawl left when the spikes retract. Jump up to the next ledge and smash open the crates for a crystal in each.
Climb the pipe and move left. Bounce up to the top ledge. From here you need to use the bumpers as before to get up to the exit. Now crawl left and make your way up to the alcove again. Climb it and use either Leo's or Raph's route, whichever you prefer. Once you reach the point where the two routes merge, climb the center pipe and stop.
Use your Nunchuku Boomerang to break the crates to the right and claim the crystals inside. Use the springboard to bounce up to the next ledge. Jump to the next ledge from there and then up to the falling platform. Crawl through the crawlspace and drop down to the springboard. Bounce up to the top ledge and then use the bumpers as before to make it to the exit.
He's got a few devestating attacks and can take a lot of damage without flinching. First off, he likes to use that massive war hammer of his. He can use it at both close- and long-range, either striking directly with it or throwing it like a boomerang. Another attack is a chokehold akin to the Triceraton Warriors, except this Gladiator deals more damage. He also will occaisionally throw eight grenades out, two in each direction.
These will lie a moment before exploding, so you shouldn't have trouble running away from them. His last attack is a lunge, which is almost impossible to avoid once he does it. Instead, try to avoid running in a straight ahead of him.
Each crate in this arena has a crystal in it. The bottom floor inner crate can only be destroyed by Michelangelo, while the uppermost crates on either side can only be destroyed by Turtles with upward attacks. The last ten crystals are dropped by the Gladiator when he dies, so anyone can get them.
If you're using Michelangelo, then you can beat this boss fairly easily. Begin by smashing the outmost crate of either of the bottom pairs of them. From there you'll probably need to escape from the Gladiator. If he drops to the ledge just above the bottom floor, run to the opposite direction and jump up to the first ledge.
From here jump to the upper corner ledge above it. The Gladiator will make his way to the middle platform, where he will throw his hammer at you. Duck and wait for it to start to sail back to him. When it does, drop off the ledge and run to the crates you were hitting. Use your Nunchuku Boomerang to break the inside crate and crawl in.
The crates have crystals, so you might want to "clear" one side and then repeat the above instructions for the other side to get them. The Gladiator will now jump down to either the bottom floor or the floor directly above you. If he is on the ground floor, crawl into the back corner of the crawlspace. He will either throw his hammer if you were too slow , which will stop at the mouth of the crawlspace and not hit you, or he will jump up to the ledge directly above you. When he begins to jump, crawl forward and out into the open.
Jump up and hit him once, then quickly crawl back inside the space. If you move fast enough he will never get a real attack off, but if you don't he might throw some grenades if he's up top or his war hammer if he's down on the bottom floor. Both the hammer and the grenades can be avoided by crawling all the way into the crawlspace, so don't hesitate to miss an opportunity to attack if you have to dodge an attack.
Going blow-for- blow will not work out in your favor. Just repeat this strategy over and over again until he is defeated. If you're the other Turtles, you're in for some trouble, especially if you want those crystals. The easiest way to defeat him, although it is a painfully long method, is to not pick up your weapon, but instead to jump up to either of the upper corners and duck down.
The Gladiator will leap up to the middle platform and will throw his hammer at you. Duck the hammer, then pop up and throw your shuriken at him. Duck down when he begins to throw it again you should be able to get in three shots and repeat the process. This will take a long time to accomplish, but is by far the easiest method for besting him. Of course without your weapon you can't get the crystals. If you want the crystals, another plan of attack must be used. Unfortunately there is no good way to go about besting the Gladiator with the other three Turtles, but it can be done.
Using hit-and-run tactics are the best way to fight this boss. If you score a hit on him when he is not attacking, you will momentarily stun him. Use this to your advantage; hit him once, and only once, then run away from him. Lure the Gladiator to the bottom floor by standing in the center of the floor.
When he lands, hit him once, and only once, then run in the opposite direction. Jump up to the next floor, then up to the upper corner. The Gladiator will follow and eventually make his way up to the middle platform. When he does, duck and wait for his war hammer to pass over you.
When it begins to return to him, drop down to the bottom floor and repeat the process again. Obviously this strategy will not allow you to get all the crystals, so you need to adapt it to your situation. Sometimes you will need to break off from your attack and head for a crate. Try and go for a crate as far from the boss as possible. For example, instead of moving to the center of the bottom floor after dropping down from the upper corner ledge, run past the center and smash open one of the crates on the opposite side of the arena.
Spread out your crystal gathering among the three remaining Turtles as well, and be sure to take advantage of the health on the center platform. To get it, lure the boss down to one of the middle floors and then run across the bottom away from him. When you reach the opposite middle floor, leap up to the corner ledge, and then across to the center platform.
You have to be fast to do this effectively. Another tactic that works well with Donatello and Leonardo is to move to either side of the bottom floor and wait for the Gladiator to jump down to the floor just above you. If he performs an attack, jump up and hit him as the attack ends. If he starts to jump down, hop up to the floor he's on. If you touch him mid-air he tends not to hit you, although if you stay on the ground floor he will hurt you when he lands.
Now if he's on the bottom floor and you're just above him, hit him in the face. If he starts to jump again, walk forward and fall to the bottom floor. The problem with this strategy is that he will hit you from time to time, generally when you're above him or in mid-air, but it can be quite effective. Of course poor Raphael is not overly effective at doing this, so you'll need to use one of the other methods listed with him.
Begin by jumping to the right and grabbing the pole. Spin around it and jump to the next pole, grabbing the crystal in mid-air as you do. Swing around this pole and leap to the ledge to the right. Jump to the next pole, swing, and jump to the next one, getting this crystal as well.
Swing to the next ledge and move right off the screen. Run to the first pit directly in front of you and duck. Wait for the four alien beasts to charge over the top of you, then jump out and quickly grab one of the lower poles. Swing around it quickly and leap up to the higher pole on the left before the beasts return. When they go by again, leap up to the left and claim the crystal. Drop back into one of the pits and duck. Wait for the creatures to charge by again, then leap up to a lower pole and up to a higher one as fast as you can.
Move to the right, using the high poles, and claim the upper right crystal when it is safe to do so. Drop to the ground and walk off the right side of the screen. Immediately run forward and duck into the first alcove to avoid the Federation Trooper waiting for you. Wait for him to stop looking for you, that is when he starts walking back to the right, and move to the door and enter it.
Run forward again and duck into the next alcove to avoid the Triceraton waiting on this side of the door. Wait for him to walk to the right, then move to the next alcove and climb down to the bottom floor. Watch the elecrical plate on the floor and move past it to the right when it finishes a burst. Now you need to hit the two green lights in the right wall with your shurikens to open the lower door. Do this and move to the next area, which has two of the electrical plates and three green lights.
Time the electrical bursts and move on to the plates and quickly destroy the green lights above them once a burst just ends. When all the lights are destroyed, move through the now open door and climb the alcove to the next floor. Claim your weapon and take out the Triceraton guarding it. Drop back down the alcove and make your way back to the entrance to this area. Ignore the two Triceratons on the lower left for now. Take out the Triceraton at the entrance and then exit back through it. Take out the Federation Trooper waiting for you and move back to the left.
Run to the middle pit and duck into it. The beasts will charge over you, giving you a chance to run all the way to the left when they pass. You're now back at the beginning area. Drop into the first pit here and take out the two Federation Troopers there. Run to the left and jump up to the middle ledge. Move to the crate imbedded in the ground and use a downward attack to break it for a crystal piece.
Use the poles to move back to the right and use your downward attack to smash the crates in the ground at the edge of the screen. Break your way to the bottom and move to the right. You'll come to an underground lake of sorts. Jump into the water and swim to the right. Claim the crystal in the upper right corner, then swim down.
At the bottom swim back to the left to claim another crystal piece. Move back to the right and stop at the low entry point. Watch the mine moving back and forth and move to the right as it moves to the right. Swim up and hover in the small section between the two mine paths. When the lower mine moves back to the left, swim down and claim the crystal piece in the right corner.
Now swim straight up and emerge from the water. Climb the pipe. Continue up the pipe to the top. Drop down into the room with the Triceraton and take him out for the Blue Keycard. Use it on the CPU to open the door. Climb the pipe on the other side and move to the left. Watch the electrical plate and move to the left crystal when it stops a burst.
Crawl back to the right past the three electrical plates timing your movement, obviously and drop off the edge at the end. Walk up to the hovercraft to exit the level. Make your way to the right by jumping from pole to pole until you get to the next screen. From here dash to the middle pit and duck inside as the alien beasts charge over the top of you. When they're gone, run to the right and to the next screen. Duck into the first alcove and wait for the Federation Trooper to turn his back to the door as before.
Move to it and enter, ducking into the alcove on the other side and waiting for the Triceraton Warrior to pass you by again. Drop down the alcove and make your way through the green light district as before. Claim your weapon and defeat the Triceraton guarding it. Now is where your path will change. First make your way back to the entrance of this area and take out the Triceraton.
Go back outside and kill the Federation Trooper, then climb up the right wall for the crystal piece. Go back inside and climb down the alcove. Crawl to the left this time, but do not emerge into the room with the two Triceratons yet. Picture Information Free postage.
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Accepted, Eligibility for PayPal Credit is determined at checkout. We may receive commission if your application for credit is successful. Terms and conditions apply. Subject to credit approval. Learn More. Back to home page Return to top. Really cool game for gamers of all ages. My son will not put it down. He thinks its "so cool", lol. I am very careful about what I get for my children when buying their games as with the violence and negative language that comes with the newer games today.
This game is one that I do not have to worry about him playing and he loves playing it! My seven year old loves the game, graphics are ok. He's happy with it. Would I buy this again? Yes I would. Metroid: Samus Returns 3DS, 4. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Nintendo Switch, 4.