|Turbo: Super Stunt Squad
“This game is making me way so salty! Which is a good thing, cause I can use that salt to cover the snails in it and KILL THEM ALL!!” - Caddicarus
Turbo: Super Stunt Squad is a video game based on the film Turbo. It was released for the Nintendo Wii, Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS globally on July 16, 2013.
Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U versions
- Unresponsive controls don't fully copy what Tony Hawk's Pro Skater does, making the game extremely frustrating to players used to the controls in that series.
- White Shadow is not a playable character, instead, he is a game mechanic.
- Boring trick fail animation. The character just goes into his house and goes back out.
- Lack of levels, which get boring real fast. To put it in perspective, The Tony Hawk games had from 9 to 19 levels. While this game has only 6 levels.
- Special Tricks are far too easy as all special tricks are done by pressing the R1/RB/R Button, There are also no complex button inputs needed to pull them off.
- There is no way to customize the controller inputs at your disposition.
- All of the snails are voiced by people other than the voice actors of the movie.
- No-one from the movie (besides the snails) are in this game.
- Whiplash can't even go over some ramps on some stages.
- No competition levels.
- No story mode that follows the movie. (canonically, this game could take place after the movie, but there is no excuse as to why there could not be a story that can follow the movie's plot!)
- No racing like in the movie, which makes no sense as skateboarding and racing have no similarities between each other.
- The objectives are also ripped off from the Tony Hawk games, which makes the game a true rip-off of them.
Wii, DS and 3DS versions
- Just a lame generic racing game.
- Ugly graphics, especially on the DS version.
- Unresponsive controls that are even worse, unlike in the home versions.
- Terrible track designs, set pieces are randomly plastered throughout the map.
- The graphics in the home console HD (PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U) versions are really good.
- The music is very well-composed.