Konami and Ninja Turtles. These four words used to mean great things for video game fanatics. Now, their combined utterance makes gamers like me nervous. Two years ago we saw the hyped yet lackluster return of the fearsome foursome and continuing in that manner, but hopefully not starting a tradition, Konami has made a sub-par sequel for both the GBA and GCN. Regardless of the fact that the GBA version tries to go above and beyond the traditional beat
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