Summary: I just received my game yesterday. It is fun to play, lots of action and it reminds me of my other favorite game Legend of the Kage 2. Story mode shows brawn characters and a useful tutorial mode.
Summary: I bought this for my 7 year old nephew this past Christmas (2 months ago now) and he has played it and has enjoyed it but I must admit, I also bought him a sports game for the 3DS that has like general sports such as golf, tennis, etc. and he said that he likes that one more and plays that one more. Perhaps this game was just a bit too old for him.
Summary: The gameplay is a little repetitive for this game, but it doesn't take away from the fun to me. You get a few upgrades and power ups as well as special moves along the storyline as you complete levels and make kills. The storyline isn't all that great, so if you're looking for an in depth rpg you might want to consider another game.
A 4-star game in general, a 5-star movie tie-in game, with Norse gods thrown in for good measure
1 September 2012
Summary: It's a universally accepted rule of thumb that video games that are made to tie-in with movies will almost undoubtedly suck. Seriously, terrible movie games are a dime a dozen, but when a movie tie-in video game comes out that is actually good, it's like a celestial phenomena. Well, with the DS version of Thor, it seems the gods themselves shined their lights and made way for such a celestial phenomena on this one, because it is one of the best movie games I've played in...