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Out of the Shadows and Into Your Game Console

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The pizza-loving ninja-boys are back, in a brand new game created by Red Fly Studios and published by Activision. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is a down-loadable game based largely on the current hit TMNT series on Nickelodeon, as well as the original comics of course. A 4-person co-op game (convenient huh?), it also features an optional 2-player off-line mode. It was released on August 28 for Xbox Live Arcade and Steam, and it will be released on September 24 for PlayStation Network. There’s a preview video of the game currently making the rounds on YouTube. You can also check out the game’s official page on Facebook.


image c. 2013 Activision

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With all these choices of anthro games this year if I see any Skyrims in there I'm going to be a bit miffed.

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There are eight games recommended so far this year on the ALAA's Recommended Anthropomorphic Reading List, not counting "Out of the Shadows" which has come out since the List was last updated. I hope that people are recommending all the good anthro games.

Fred Patten

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Lets see:

"Mainsteam"
TMNT: Out of the Shadows
Duck Tales Remastered
Sonic After the Sequel
Sonic Lost Worlds (yet to be released)
Pokemon X Y (yet to be released)
Animal Crossing: A new Leaf

"Obscure"
Divinity: Dragon Commander (You play as a guy who can TF into a dragon, so that's kinda there, but this year I don't think obscure is going to make it.)

And only 2 of the ones I listed are on your list.

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Well, please recommend the others!

Fred Patten

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Actually, they just released a Skyrim physical copy with the downloadable content, incluing Dawnguard.

DunDUNDUN!

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You mean the Legendary Edition, yeah I'm aware, but since that's just a GoTY edition I'd hope that they wouldn't do it.

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Yeah, I don't think it'll win, but I've thought that before ...

In that category especially, who knows, man.

(Also, stop talking to Onideus; I can't ignore new comments because I technically posted a two people, and this cell phone can't ignore new posts if I didn't the first time. Seriously, he's not arguing; he's not the Joker. If he's any movie villain, he's the guy from King of Kong; harmmless but annoying and a jerk, plus obsessed with. High scores.)

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Well, I have it for the PC now, unfortunately this strange bug has happened twice now where the game tells me to press Esc to "go back" or exit the current prompt and it fails to do so leaving the game stuck.

Hopefully that gets patched up.

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