Thor God of Thunder [ 3DS ROMS ]

Thor God of Thunder

Thor God of Thunder

Thor God of Thunder

The Video Game game, Thor battles through the numerous worlds of Norse mythology to save Asgard, the capital city of the Norse Gods. Players will wield the iconic Mjölnir, Thor’s legendary hammer, to fight his enemies in this unique Nintendo DS version of the adventure, played out as a 2D side-scrolling adventure with narrative and game play unique to this version of the game. When SEGA decided to port Thor God of Thunder to 3DS, there were two clear routes available: could build upon the DS game, a well-received pixel art 2D side-scrolling brawler by WayForward, or directly convert Red Fly Studio’s third person Wii hack-and-slash title. It chose the latter  after all Red Fly has built a reputation on Wii for fun movie licensed games, including Ghostbusters and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, so in theory its version of Thor should be empowered by the mightier 3DS hardware. However, as further fuel to the 2D vs. 3D debate, 3DS Thor demonstrates that an accomplished sprite and pixel art DS game is superior to an ill-fitting conversion of a motion controlled title, especially when it is not optimised for 3DS hardware.

Thor God of Thunder

The single-player brawling gameplay starts well, with a focus on mixing power with quick attacks and building a combo meter, which provides stronger finishers as the combos increase and opens up touch screen ‘Storm Powers’ including a charged hammer, Thor God of Thunder lightning storms and a cyclone. It is fun at first to knock an enemy into the air, juggle them using a light attack and crush down with Thor’s Mjölnir hammer slam finisher. Throughout the gameplay there are ‘Feats of Strength’ moments, which are essentially a button-prompted quick time event (QTE), used to break up the action. Unfortunately some boss battles, like Ymir, are over reliant on QTEs and the bosses do not really explore a mix of core gameplay and QTE until you meet Surtur and Mangog at the end of the game. Stages 3 and 12 feature on-rail flight sections, in which you use the Circle Pad and tap A to summon lightning, hold A to lock onto enemies and press the L shoulder button to deflect huge projectile rocks. However, the action in these sections is stark and simple, especially compared to what Treasure managed in Wii Sin & Punishment: Star Successor and won’t satiate your appetite until Kid Icarus: Uprising.


Release Date : September 13, 2011
Publisher : SEGA
Developer : Red Fly Studio
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 1.47GB


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