"Revenge just got better!"
Vengeance drives people mad! To settle up the vendetta, people can climb up-to any heights. So here you are, shaking the earth, tearing up the ground force, sinking down the ships and scattering away the air-force.
Thunder Wolves, Most Wanted Entertainment's latest franchise, houses in some kick-ass, arcade-style, chopper-action game, showcasing the ultimate mantra of fun and excitement! If you want the action and ka-booms, look no further!
The game gives you the control of Team-Wolf One: a team filled with some bad-ass pilots. You will be getting around nine different choppers, and with each chopper you get an unique set of primary and secondary weapons, and what else...just get into the action! The story takes place between two time periods, first is '86 and the second is the '91. The story-line is simple but what the game really exceeds in, is the fun. It surely packs in enough to get you stuck about three to fours of amusement, with thirteen missions set in different regions around the globe.
It doesn't matter whether you are a fan-boy of an arcade-chopper style game, this game can be played by gamers of every-genre. You get some flying, sniping, dodging, bombing, and some little co-ordination games, packed all together in this small-project game. It surrounds player with a multi-game experience but focuses mainly on the arcade genre. With sometimes-tricky missions and heavy boss-fights, you are going to enjoy this time of your life. With infinite ammunition, you can't tire up from booming!
The game-play mechanics are nothing much to boast about. Graphically, the game is surprising but it should not to be expected to touch down the big-projects. With Hard-Rock cum Metal music playing all-through, it delights the player to do nothing much but to get into the adrenaline mode. Although there were a few minor glitches and repeated play of same dialogues, specially, " The word you are looking for, is thanks"; the game doesn't compromise in action. The featured controls are simple; once you are in-the-game, it will take you around two to three minutes to familiarise yourself with it.
An added plus point to the game is it's local Co-Op mode. You and your mates can play as a pilot and/or the gun-man, which surely enough doubles up the pleasure. Lock-and-load and you are ready to go on banging.
Now when looking the game as a whole, the game blasts away with something way more than expected. You won't regret playing it over and over again. If you are a hardcore, then it is surely is worthy of something more than a try, but if you are a soft-hearted, two words of advice: Stay Away!. You can't probably go wrong by buying this game, knowing that this is a second-tier game. With a must-play tag all over the game, it surely comes recommended. "Action+Fun+Excitement (with arcade game-play)== Thunder Wolves!"