Microsoft and Ubisoft just made Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the 1989 arcade, available over Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA).
If you want to read a review about what's OK in the game, go to GameSpot.com.
From my perspective, this inexpensive (400 points) title does just fine.
No, there's no "updated graphics" option (what, did Rootbeer Tapper start a bad trend?).
But this game -- this port of a 4-player, cooperative upright arcade game -- can be played 4-player co-op.
Oh, you can play 4-player online co-op over Xbox Live. But, frankly, I'm tired of online idiocy.
You can have 2, 3, or 4 people in the same room, on the same console, and play the game the way it was designed to be played.
Getting to offline co-op is a bit wonky --you have to through the "Single Player", join from a second controller, and sign into an account.
And, yeah, unlimited continues can make the game "easy" -- but the Achievements up the difficulty level.
Good, cheap, retro times ...