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Lords of Thunder

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Platform: Sega CD
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling, Horizontal
Developer: Eleven
More Platforms: Turbografx-CD


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Staff Reviews

Lords of Thunder review

Reviewed January 16, 2004

Zigfried says: "With stylish (if less-than-stellar) graphics, solid and smooth gameplay, variety within each level, and throngs of demonic enemies, Lords of Thunder stands tall as one of The Great Shooters. Definitely worth owning."
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Reader Reviews

Lords of Thunder review

Reviewed May 06, 2006

phediuk says: "There are two reasons gamers play scrolling shooters. The first is intensity. Yes, intensity, that nebulous, ubiquitous descriptor which encompasses hurtling projectiles, swarms of enemies, huge bosses, and fancy-looking weapon effects. If a shooter has all of these things, it's basically a can't-miss proposition. "
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