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A massive new collection of TMNT video game classics is coming to consoles and PC

No, you’re not dreaming, there’s a collection featuring pretty much every classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles video game on the way.

Pizza time!

Well this is a surprise. Like a really, really big surprise. Nevertheless, it’s officially happening, with Konami and Digital Eclipse a beast of a collected edition at Sony’s State of Play event today.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection will bring together a set of 13 Turtles games. Plucked from across classic consoles and arcades alike, some of the games here haven’t been seen (officially) since they originally launched decades ago. Heck, there are even GameBoy games here!

Even better, and yes it is better, is that the collection will feature modern options. Players will be able to rewind the action, save their games, “and more”. Why’s that better? Because maybe I can finally beat the NES’ TMNT. That’s why.

Anyway, have a look:

Included are:

  • Back from the Sewers – GameBoy
  • Fall of the Foot Clan – GameBoy
  • Tournament Fighters – SNES, NES, Genesis versions
  • The Manhattan Project – NES
  • Radical Rescue – Gameboy
  • The Arcade Game – Arcade and NES versions
  • TMNT – NES
  • The Hyperstone Heist – Genesis
  • Turtles in Time – Arcade and SNES versions

While there’s no release date just yet for TMNT: The Cowabunga Collection, we do know it’ll be available some time later this year. Expect both physical and digital editions to hit for the Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, Switch, and PC.

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