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3D Thunder Blade

 

 

SCORE: 75

3D Thunder Blade 

 

3D Thunder Blade is the latest mastered Sega arcade video game to be updated for the Nintendo 3DS. Updated you say? What does updated entail? The big one that most gamers will get into is the 3D. Want to upgrade this review into 3D? Then lean back, and then lean forward. Do it twenty times and it will feel like this review is in 3D. Or you may get dizzy. Note we are not legally responsible if you got dizzy.

3D Thunder Blade puts players in a 3D rails environment. There are planes, other helicopters, tanks, buildings, trees, caves and more in 3D Thunder Blade. The goal in 3D Thunder Blade is to get to the end of the level without getting shot. Players move their helicopters up, down, left, and right. There are multiple weapons that can be used to shoot everything in your sight. I could not blow my way through buildings though.

Graphically the 3D in 3D Thunder Blade is amazing. There is plenty of violence in this hand hand downloadable only video game. It can also get confusing to differentiate between an energy weapon coming at you, and something you just blew up. I got hit out of nowhere too many times in 3D Thunder Blade. That would have been frustrating except I lowered the difficulty and increased my lives in the settings.

3D Thunder Blade has one major improvement over the original arcade game - those multiple different difficulty settings. They make 3D Thunder Blade approachable by the more casual gamer. Hardcore gamers may even used it to see all of this Nintendo 3DS video game. In the regular or the Special mode. Another bonus of this updated version of the arcade game.

The music in 3D Thunder Blade is upbeat, exciting, and kept me pumped even after I blew up. It takes time to adapt to the controls in 3D Thunder Blade. They gave me fits every time I started a new level. It is possible to go through normal levels without shooting much of anything in 3D Thunder Blade. Boss levels requires the players shoot them. It is always admirable when a game lets you play as non-violently as possible.
- Luke

 

Graphics: 60%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Sega
Developer: M2
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Fantasy Violence}
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