Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare
Promotional North American PS2 cover art
Promotional North American PS2 cover art
Developer(s) Konami Computer Entertainment Studios
Publisher(s) Konami Digital Entertainment
Distributor(s) 4Kids Entertainment
Mirage Studios
Director(s) Yasushi Fujisawa
Hideyuki Tsujimoto
Producer(s) Hirotaka Ishikawa
Yasushi Kawasaki
Yasuo Daikai
Designer(s) Takayuki Ide
Akihiro Ishihara
Composer(s) Yuichi Tsuchiya
Masanori Akita
Series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Platform(s) PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS, Xbox, GameCube
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Beat em up
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare is a video game published by Konami for the PlayStation 2, GameCube, Xbox, and Nintendo DS, featuring the crime-fighting heroes, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It is the last TMNT game to be made by Konami.

It is the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game that is rated E10+ by the ESRB. Although it was released in 2005, when the 2003 TV series was in its fourth Season, the game was based on the third season. The game is divided into four sections, called "Episodes" (one is unlocked at the third Episode's conclusion): Space Invaders, dealing with the third season opening arcs Space Invaders and Worlds Collide; Bishop's Gambit, based on both the eponymous episode of the third season, and featuring antagonists from two other episodes; Exodus, detailing the events of New Blood and the Exodus two-parter; and finally The Nightmare, based on the five episodes in which Ultimate Drako separated the Turtles and Splinter across different dimensions.

After competing episode 1 in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: 3 Mutant Nightmare, the player will unlock a slightly altered version of the arcade game, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time, which is an older video game in the series also made by Konami.


In Episode 1, the turtles begin saving an old lady in the city from Triceratons. After destroying three carriers deploying the Triceraton army, the turtles go underground to reach the park. While in the park, Leo Raph Mikey and Don defend against the Triceratons and Professor Honeycutt pegged as the Fugitoid saved from TMNT 2 Battle Nexus assists the turtles in finding where Casey Jones and April O'Neil are held captive. Breaking into the Triceraton's base, Zaranmon, commander in chief of the Triceraton's mobilizes a robot in effort of stopping the Turtles and Traximus. Zaranmon's attempt is a failure and Traximus destroys a chair to make change in their clan.

In Episode 2, the turtles discover new technology coming from Baxter Stockman as Mousers infiltrate the sewer causing intense pain to the ears of Master Splinter. While protecting their sensei, the ninja turtles are fending off the Mousers while staying close to him. However, Master Splinter ends up captured and the turtles use hovercrafts to chase down a moving van. They are soon blocked by a tall and a small enemy duo for an ambush. Once passed them, the turtles resume in their rescue mission for Master Splinter eventually fighting with Bishop then having to use throwing stars to break a lock to free him.

In Episode 3, the Turtles encounter every member of the Foot Clan through the missions. Hun Karai and Oroku Saki, the human identity of Shredder all fall down to the turtles. Towards the final battle with Saki, he is upgraded as Mega Shredder. The ninja turtles defeat him and then are summoned upon the Utrom council for a tribunal. Scherel, the Utrom controlling Shredder's body is charged for devious crimes and is exiled to a icy planet while Karai and the others are turned into the authorities as the main game ends.

In the Nightmare chapter, each of the turtles have a dream and encounter various bosses. Clearing most of the missions in this chapter leads to the game's final boss, Ultimate Drako. To use the gembu scrolls to activate the Ultimate Turtle forms, the player must collect scrolls and other content in Free Battle mode.


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