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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist (Sega Genesis) - Repro Game w/ Clamshell Case & Manual - CrebbaTECH

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist (Sega Genesis) - Repro Game w/ Clamshell Case & Manual

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist (Sega Genesis / MegaDrive) - Repro Cart with Clamshell Case & Manual

 

 

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Description:

Game is brand new and tested to work. This is a reproduction cart. 

Cart label is 9/10.

Manual print is 9/10.  Printed on high-quality glossy paper very similar to an original Genesis / Megadrive manual.

"The gameplay of The Hyperstone Heist is heavily based on the second Ninja Turtles arcade game, Turtles in Time, which was also released for the Super NES during the same year. The controls are similar to Turtles in Time, but the ability to dash is now assigned to a specific button and the player can no longer throw enemies towards the screen.

There are a total of five stages ("New York City", "A Mysterious Ghost Ship", "Shredder's Hideout", "The Gauntlet", and "The Final Shell Shock"), which comprise a combination of new levels created specifically for this game and ones based on levels from the first arcade game and Turtles in Time.

The bosses include Leatherhead, Rocksteady (patterned after his appearance in the first Turtles arcade game), Tatsu (Shredder's right-hand man from the first two live-action films, who also appeared in TMNT: Manhattan Missions), Baxter Stockman (in his human form like in the first arcade game), Krang and Super Shredder." - Wikipedia


Why buy a reproduction cart?

Why not? Here are some great reasons:

  • These repros play identical to the original game but use all new parts, so you're guaranteed many, many years of enjoyment without it breaking down. Original games are generally 'well used' and may or may not last very long. Plus generally require a lot of cleaning, and who knows if the board has started to corrode inside that game shell?
  • New batteries for game saves (where applicable) mean you're not going to lose your saved game anytime soon.
  • They look almost identical to the original games, so you can proudly display them in your collection.
  • Cost much less than the original games




Condition Notes:

Brand new cartridge, manual, box insert and sticker reproductions.