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 //Thunder Blade was originally an arcade game released in 1987 that introduced the used of force feedback in the joystick. In 1988 it was ported to many consoles including the Master System and later a follow up on the Sega Genesis. The story in manual goes like This "Rebel forces have invaded your country. Their plan is to overthrow the government and replace it with their cruel and corrupt dictator... who will stop at nothing to get what he wants!"​ The game play is simple, there are 4 stages and 12 rounds that can be an overhead or 3rd person perspective. The goal is to complete them while shooting down an infinite army of helicopters and tanks. The only problem is the game gets too hard too fast (you only get 3 lives!). There is a continue code (push down right on the control pad and 2 at the game over screen) but it only works twice. I've tried as hard as I can and can only make it to stage 2 round 5! [...] Overall there isn't really any point in owning this game unless your a serious collector. There are so many other master system games that are much better. But if you happen to come across it it's worth giving it a try, out of curiosity but is nothing to really look forward to.// - www.smstributes.co.uk \\ \\ //Thunder Blade was originally an arcade game released in 1987 that introduced the used of force feedback in the joystick. In 1988 it was ported to many consoles including the Master System and later a follow up on the Sega Genesis. The story in manual goes like This "Rebel forces have invaded your country. Their plan is to overthrow the government and replace it with their cruel and corrupt dictator... who will stop at nothing to get what he wants!"​ The game play is simple, there are 4 stages and 12 rounds that can be an overhead or 3rd person perspective. The goal is to complete them while shooting down an infinite army of helicopters and tanks. The only problem is the game gets too hard too fast (you only get 3 lives!). There is a continue code (push down right on the control pad and 2 at the game over screen) but it only works twice. I've tried as hard as I can and can only make it to stage 2 round 5! [...] Overall there isn't really any point in owning this game unless your a serious collector. There are so many other master system games that are much better. But if you happen to come across it it's worth giving it a try, out of curiosity but is nothing to really look forward to.// - www.smstributes.co.uk \\ \\
  
-//Yeah baby, we're talking about some hot arcade action now! But it looks like the Master System may have bitten off more than it could chew. Thunder Blade is a fast-action helicopter shooter with multiple stages. The first stage gives you an overhead view of the city. Large, detailed helicopters fly your way, and tanks approach on the ground. ​ The action is fast and furious, and you'll need to keep moving to survive. Your two buttons let you shoot air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles. Since you have unlimited ammo, you'll want to pound them for all they'​re worth. I was feeling pretty good about this game until I reached the second stage and the view changed to a 3D perspective. This stage reminded me of Colecovision'​s Turbo. The choppy animation looks terrible. ​ It's hard to tell what's going on, and you end up flying in circles while shooting ahead blindly. Ground forces appear out of nowhere. Eventually you'll go down in flames as a result of the unavoidable ground fire.  It's not a total loss, but Thunder Blade is too ambitious for its own good.// - Videogamecritic.com \\ \\+//Yeah baby, we're talking about some hot arcade action now! But it looks like the Master System may have bitten off more than it could chew. Thunder Blade is a fast-action helicopter shooter with multiple stages. The first stage gives you an overhead view of the city. Large, detailed helicopters fly your way, and tanks approach on the ground. ​ The action is fast and furious, and you'll need to keep moving to survive. Your two buttons let you shoot air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles. Since you have unlimited ammo, you'll want to pound them for all they'​re worth. I was feeling pretty good about this game until I reached the second stage and the view changed to a 3D perspective. This stage reminded me of Colecovision'​s Turbo. The choppy animation looks terrible. ​ It's hard to tell what's going on, and you end up flying in circles while shooting ahead blindly. Ground forces appear out of nowhere. Eventually you'll go down in flames as a result of the unavoidable ground fire.  It's not a total loss, but Thunder Blade is too ambitious for its own good.// - www.Videogamecritic.com \\ \\
  
  
 
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