Big news for all us TMNT fans. The team behind Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge has revealed information that will make us all shout cowabunga! Get ready shell heads as it has been confirmed that the original cast from the 1987 series will reprise their roles.

That’s right, Townsend Coleman (Michelangelo), Cam Clarke (Leonardo), Rob Paulsen (Raphael) and Barry Gordon (Donatello) are coming back. It’s a brilliant surprise to see these guys return to the roles that helped define so many people’s childhoods. I know for me I adored the turtles. They are easily one of the most interesting groups of heroes and made my Saturday mornings.

That’s not all for fans of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge

You think that would be enough but no new footage was also unveiled showcasing even more TMNT action. You can check out the trailer below. As well as that it has also been announced that fans can pick up a physical copy of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge. This part is thanks to Limited Run Games in the U.S., Merge Games in Europe, Happinet Corporation in Japan, and H2 Interactive across Asia.

This is a game that will surely bring back fans as they eat pizzas with their friends while playing this game. I’m already mapping out days to play. Personally, I’ll be playing Raphael because he has always been my favourite turtle. Let us know in the comments below your favourite turtle. We’ll see if we can all team up for a shell of a good time.

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