The TMNT Shredders Revenge stability patch boosts the beat em up

The TMNT Shredders Revenge stability patch boosts the beat em up

Way more cowabunga, dude

A new stability patch is now available across all platforms. The update is expected to address bug issues and improve game stability for all turtle-powered actions.

According to publisher Dotemu, the patch addresses some significant flaws and adds a host of improvements, both for gameplay and on-line.

Titus Games come to a rescue! Dotemu was slammed on Twitter, blaming the developer for the update.

The patch notes are quite extensive. Tribute Games and Dotemu provide a number of improvements, some significant and others small.

Under the Gameplay Bug Fixes, there is a fix for enemies that are sometimes frozen after a Fling Slam. It''s jarring to the action, and it''s likely uncomfortable for those Foot Clan fighters.

There are also some improvements for online co-op play, as well as issues related to crashes and connection. Thus, it should hopefully be a bit easier to develop a Turtles team over the internet.

A smootherexperience

The game has also been improved. Performance should be improved as now all possible enemies that will be used in one stage will be preloaded. Transitions and boss position snapping should be improved.

Platform icons are now available for online games and friends. And for Steam Deck players, support for input glyphs specific to the Steam Deck has been added.

All in all, this looks like a good update for gamers who might have encountered some online issues firsthand when some friends tried to organize a co-op session. It''s nice to see this update.

The :patch should be available now on all platforms. And if you think it for the summer in terms of Turtles games, I have some good news. It will be released later this month on August 30. Yes, it has a rollback netcode.

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