Excerpt: As games in the Minis series go, Young Thor is attractive. It looks and sounds like boxed product, the kind of thing we were paying $29.99 for not that long ago. It's a good thing for gamers that are enthused about download games for platforms like the PSP Go or on PS3.
Conclusion: Overall, Young Thor is a fun game with a decent amount of replayability. While repeating some of the levels multiple times to attain a high enough level to progress can be tedious, there is a certain satisfaction that comes with being able to smash the faces of those fiends that previously crushed...
Conclusion: As a retail game, Young Thor is merely adequate with its charm and ambition almost doing more than the gameplay can. As a Mini, however, it's the new benchmark for how these things should and can be done, and we can only hope it continues.
Conclusion: I have to say that young Thor is the first PlayStation mini to come along where I simply loved every minute of the action and is craving more. At the price point of $4.99, you can’t go wrong with picking up this title.
Excerpt: The Minis lineup has grown steadily over the past few months and has seen a fair share of quality bite-sized titles, but Young Thor is perhaps the most fully-fledged game of the group. For a mere $4.99, you get an engrossing action title with dynamite production values.
Summary: Bien que pensé pour un public âgé entre 7 et 14 ans, j’ai eu beaucoup de plaisir à jouer Young Thor du haut de mes 40 ans tout simplement car il est divertissant et relativement long à terminer.
Pros: Assez long : 17 niveaux Son prix : 4,99$ Amusant Taillé sur pièce pour les Minis Le bruitage
Cons: Des bogues d’affichage ici et là Souvent trop difficiles pour les très jeunes Un peu trop répétitif