Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection Has Sold 1 Million Copies

The classic titles recollected.

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  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection has sold 1 million units.
  • Konami and Digital Escape were grateful to the fans for their positive response.
  • Konami has shared a few gameplay statistics for the title.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection has reportedly sold one million copies since its release in August 2022. The entry is a compilation of 13 games in the franchise that were developed between 1989 to 1994 by Konami. The publisher of the game—Konami—posted the title’s sales record on its official Twitter page.

Additionally, Konami shared a few more statistics related to players’ gameplay. A total of 350 million foot soldiers were taken down. The turtles enjoyed a feast with 6 million pizzas eaten. Shredder lamented 2 million times over his ruined plans. The ninjas saved the day a million times. These high numbers reflect the sales records for the title. 

The entry has been well-received by critics and users alike. The game has a Metascore rating of 79 with a user score of 8.0. Furthermore, it has an 84% positive rating on Steam reviewed by 367 players. The reiteration is an assortment of nostalgic titles and fans are grateful for it. 

Previously, Konami had sold the developmental rights of a few IPs to various indie developers for the preservation of classic titles. Digital Eclipse reserved the rights to develop Teenage Mutant Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection and it thanked the fans for their overwhelming response in the following words:

We’re thrilled and a little shell-shocked at this morning’s fantastic news! Thank you to @Konami & @Nickelodeon for the opportunity to make #TMNTCowabunga, but most of all, thank you the intensely loyal #TMNT fans who loudly supported this project!”

In other news, Konami seems to be interested in reviving its old titles, considering how it granted 30 million yen as funds to indie developers for the cause. There is a chance that we could see more classic entries getting rereleased on Steam and other platforms soon in the near future.  

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