Forgotten Videogames: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles The Hyperstone Heist

Based on the 80s cartoon series, this game featured Shredder's use of the Hyperstone from dimension X. With it, he shrunk and stole Manhattan Island and the Statue of Liberty. Set on taking over the world with its power, the turtles must fight their way to their nemesis and stop his latest plan. Developed by Konami, this lesser-known Ninja Turtles action game is one of the few to never appear as its own arcade cabinet. This is due to being a reworking of "Turtes in Time", while becoming exclusive to the Sega Genesis. Despite gamers thinking that Hyperstone Heist was a simple clone, it has come to become recognized as its own terrific Ninja Turtles adventure, and one of the best Genesis games to ever appear on the platform. Join as we take a look at 1992’s all but forgotten arcade-style beat ‘em up Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist.

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