TA Competition: Spring Clean Giveaway Week 5

By Dave Horobin, 4 years ago
We're back with another Spring Clean Giveaway, and this week we've got our PAL review copy of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles up for grabs.


The game was reviewed by punkyliar last November, and whilst it only received a score of two stars out of five, it does offer a relatively quick and simple 1000G.

The one thing that will redeem the game in the eyes of the TA community are the achievements. The game is a very easy completion. 460G is awarded for completing the three game modes, and doing this will also award you with more than enough energy shards to fully level up the turtles for another 240G. Collectibles are present in the game and these come in two forms: Mutagen Canisters and secrets. These are much easier to find than they are to miss. A loud hum will alert you to a nearby Mutagen Canister, while a nearby secret is greeted with a loud beeping, an icon in the bottom corner of the screen and Donnie informing you that there is a scanning opportunity. These will unlock another 150G upon their location. Finally, other miscellaneous in-game actions will net you the remaining 150G, but if you refrain from the urge of playing the game solely using the X button, these are not hard to complete.
To enter leave us a comment in the thread below before 8PM GMT on Monday, May 12th when we'll pick out a winner using random.org.

Please remember this contest is for a PAL copy of the game, and whilst it is open to everyone to enter, we assume you have a PAL Xbox 360 in order to play it.

(Rules And Regulations)
- This competition is unavailable to TA Staff members
- One entry per person; multiple entries from the same community member will be disregarded
- Entry is via a comment to this thread
- The winner will be chosen at random by random.org
- This competition is available worldwide
- Entries close on Monday May 5th at 8PM GMT
This contest is now closed.
Dave Horobin
Written by Dave Horobin
Dave is the TrueAchievements Social Manager and has been a Newshound since 2010. When he's not chasing developers and publishers for early review copies, he can usually be found on the TrueAchievements social pages discussing all things TA related.