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Friday, 08 February 2013 10:40

Activision gets TMNT license from Nick

Written by David Stellmack

First new title to arrive this Summer

Publisher Activision has been able to cut a deal with rights holder Nickelodeon for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles titles. The deal is a multi-year license that will see Activision create and publish titles that are inspired by the new Nickelodeon TMNT CG-animated series.

A slate of three games is on tap for development under the license, with the first title to arrive this summer. Activision has not yet announced any additional details such as which platforms the games are in development for, or when the other two titles might arrive. Activision also didn’t disclose which of its studios or teams are working on the TMNT titles.

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