Johnny Turbo's Arcade Joe and Mac Caveman Ninja

Flying Tiger Entertainment, Inc.
May 31, 2018 - Nintendo Switch
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

33%

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Critic Reviews for Johnny Turbo's Arcade Joe and Mac Caveman Ninja

Another Data East classic (from 1991) that arrives to Nintendo Switch with a pixel perfect port, fun to play and easy to share, even it it feels short (15-20 minutes to complete). A good port, even if we miss more options and extras in the emulation (like the ability to play with the arcade DIP switches).

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Caveman Ninja, although difficult at times, has a lot going for it. Whether you have fond memories of pumping quarters into an arcade box or playing one of its console ports – even if you have no previous awareness of the game – it certainly is fun. Using the save ability and unlimited continues also helps dwindle some of the difficulty.

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Unknown Author
8 / 10
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Johnny Turbo's Arcade Joe and Mac Caveman Ninja is a solid arcade port of a classic 2D arcade action platformer that you should definitely check out. The game plays and feels just like it did back when I played it in the arcade, and I'm sure you're going to have a lot of fun playing it. Each run is going to take you around 30 minutes, just like back in the day, and is twice as fun when playing with a friend.

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Tracey
80%
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Johnny Turbo's Arcade Joe and Mac Caveman Ninja is a fun arcade classic that feels right at home on the Nintendo Switch.

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Joe and Mac may not be as famous as Master Higgins but their debut game Caveman Ninja remains a worthy relic from the Stone Age.

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Overall, a pretty solid rerelease, but like with prior JTA games, the addition of dip switch options would have made this a lot better

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