Conclusion: You cannot blame a game being what it is meant to be and what it is sold as. Thunder Wolves is exactly what it promises to be and nothing more, nothing less. If you are in for some action, by all means give this game a try.
Conclusion: Just don't try to take it very seriously and you should enjoy Thunder Wolves to the max. Year of Release: 2013 Platform: Xbox 360, PS3, PC Developer: Most Wanted Entertainment Publisher: bitComposer Games 7 out of 10 NRLB would like to thank bitComposer Games for providing a review copy of the game.
Conclusion: Thunder Wolves aims to embody the 80’s action flick and does so in a pretty fun manor. The gameplay is simple and enjoyable for the short time you’ll play, and the story feels appropriately campy. Enemies explode by the dozen and missiles fly left and right at all times.
Conclusion: Thunder Wolves is a fun, mindless helicopter combat game that reminds me of the good old days of video gaming. Days before every game had to be a serious, gritty, and thought provoking experience.
Summary: I have always suffered a personal dichotomy when it comes to assault helicopter games. While I often say that I want something as close to a realistic combat experience as possible, I always seem to end up hating the result. Why? Well, it all comes down to this: helicopters are very hard to fly.
Summary: I’m going to open with a bit of scene-setting nonsense. If you’re just interested in the game, skip the first three paragraphs. I really love helicopters. I love them aesthetically. They are beautiful to me.
Conclusion: Thunder Wolves veio para trazer uma nova opção de jogatina. Com uma jogabilidade muito parecida com o antigo clássico 16 bit, traz muitos recursos, armas, helicópteros irados e muita destruição.