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Rolling Thunder

Rolling Thunder (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling
Developer: Namco


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Rolling Thunder review

Reviewed May 27, 2009

Rob Hamilton says: "By the time I'd gotten to about the third or fourth of the game's 10 levels, I was tempted to check my Nintendo to see if a slot for me to dump quarters into had magically appeared. By the time I'd gotten through a bit more than half the game, I was so frustrated and emotionally spent that for a minute I thought I still was married. And I wasn't even earning the admiration of other gamers like I would have been by putting myself through this anguish in an arcade — I was alone, sitting at home and feeling about as opposite from however awesome "platinum awesome" might be as humanly possible."
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