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TMNT: Out of the Shadows Trailer Shows Nice Action and Scary Looking Mikey

The paradox that is TMNT: Out of the Shadows has appeared once again, this time to show off what the game will offer.  Even though there was initially a level of excitement to see what Activision would do with their first TMNT game, such a sentiment quickly faded upon seeing the somewhat oddly devised, yet still intriguing, premise that Out of the Shadows is aiming to offer.

Activision Finally Announces New TMNT Games

After being leaked last year at a licensing expo, Activision have officially revealed their partnership with Nickelodeon to produce games based on The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  Currently going through a huge resurgence in popularity thanks to the new CG cartoon which airs on Nickelodeon, TMNT could be poised for the epic experience that the property deserves or will once again be sullied with a lackluster video game.

It's Go, Go Power Rangers Time! Power Rangers Samurai Video Game Gets a Publisher/Developer

Today isn’t exactly the best of days for Namco Bandai.  On one hand the company has revealed Ridge Racer Unbounded, which appears to be an ill-fated Western reboot of the RR franchise. But on the flipside there’s Ace Combat: Assault Horizon that to me honestly looks good.  Things may be in a 50/50 state of “bad crap and awesome stuff”, but Namco Bandai has just revealed something else that could give them some much needed bonus points in the good stuff department:  new Power Rangers games are coming soon.

Production company chosen for live-action TMNT remake

This news may be disconcerting for some of the hardcore fans but I’m rather excited. It has been revealed that Michael Bay’s production company Platinum Dunes will be bringing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles back to life in a live-action film for Paramount and Nickelodeon.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have a new owner

I don't think we should worry about this but today Viacom has just bought the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle franchise from Mirage and 4Kids Entertainment.  In particular the Nickelodeon branch of Viacom is the new home for the Turtles.

Along with the already known about live-action reboot there's also plans for a CG cartoon to coincide with the release of the film in 2012. 

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