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Each stage offers up a number of brawls against increasingly-competent grunts, some of which take place around an objective (things like 'hacking' a terminal, all of which involve holding B) and the biggest entertainment factor is whether you're playing alone or with others. Playing solo means the other three turtles are AI-controlled, you can switch between them, and they'll revive you quickly. The AI is not the problem, it's competent enough in the fights, but something about being a quarter of a computer team just doesn't feel radical.
On Watch Dogs multiplayer, which involves invading another player's game and then attempting to hack money from them, Morin confirmed that players will have time to formulate a plan as they stalk their victim, before running the hacking program:
Hackers is a 1995 film that follows the misfortunes of the young hackers Dade Murphy played by Jonny Lee Miller, Kate Libby played by Angelina Jolie and their friends. It was written by Rafael Moreu and directed by Iain Softley. The movie failed to make a profit at the box-office, but has developed a cult following from its video release despite (or, in some cases, because of) inaccuracies in its portrayal of hacking and hacker culture. Metaphorical and graphical sequences are used as a substitute for the real actions involved in hacking and systems administration.
In this scene, the hackers skate through midtown Manhattan and along Park Avenue on their way to Grand Central Terminal where they plan to take down the evil Eugene Belford by hacking his mainframe computer.
I can't say I've recently waded waters quite as polarized as the work of Platinum Games. Whilst the sensational Bayonetta series has secured a name for itself as one of the hack n' slash bigwigs, brushes with the quite unspectacular Legend of Korra have left my Platinum ventures a touch tentative. And when it comes to childhood source material, the stakes can only rise, and after the pleasant (and surprisingly competent) throwback that was Transformers Devastation, I had high hopes for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan to continue the trend with one of the kingpins of Saturday-morning television.
Occasionally you might find yourself hauling gold, hacking computers or defusing bombs, but they require so little effort by the player that they almost pass by unnoticed. Hacking could have diversified the gameplay, opening up opportunities for puzzles or the quirky little minigames Sly Cooper seemed so fond of. Instead, I was reduced to literally holding the circle button, whilst Donatello tippety-tapped away till the objective completed itself, at which point I was patted on the head with an 'A' rank.
Mutants in Manhattan rests on the two-pronged combat scheme quickly becoming a hallmark of Platinum's hack n' slash fare. But whilst Devastation's streamlined Bayonetta scheme extended timed combat and satisfying heavy-attacks, the turtles are decidedly less majestic in their own adolescent skirmishes. You can glide your way through the game's nine stages blindly pounding the attack button, accompanied by your masked vigilante pals who fight in such close proximity that battles quickly become overwhelming, with so much going on at once that it's difficult to invoke much strategy into your crime-fighty travails. And that's when they manage to reach the darn targets. They're usually bunched up in a corner somewhere like a gaggle of sociophobic school children.
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