Summary: The box art makes the game look like it's going to be an F.A.B one, it isn't. The graphics are quite poor, Thunderbird 2 doesn't look right, the launch sequence for Thunderbird 1 isn't right either and the missions are not International Rescue worthy.
Excerpt: In theory at least, the sixties TV series Thunderbirds has the potential to make for a fantastic video game. Just picture the scene - a free-roaming, sandbox style environment allowing you to explore Tracey Island pouring over all the crafts, gadgets and hidden areas whilst selecting missions...
Pros: Classic Thunderbirds theme, Asteroids sections are simple fun
Cons: Basic visuals, no invention, waste of licence, no lasting appeal
Summary: I have always been a big Thunderbirds fan but in this case, the phrase budget game really means BUDGET game. I tried so hard to like this game but there is just nothing to save it from being a disaster that even International Rescue couldn't save. The levels are extremely repetitive.
Summary: This is the worst game I have ever played since my older brother left me and my twin brother his Playstation 2 when he left home. The controls are rubbish and I couldn't even get past the 1st level!! It's so fiddly and couldn't get Thunderbird 1 to land!
Summary: When SCI Entertainment announced in 2002 they were going to release a Thunderbirds video game for the Sony PS2..releasing irresistable in game photo's and details, I was very excited. I regard this show as a massive part of my childhood...one of the fondest memories for sure.