3D Thunder Blade


Average from 1 reviews


May 23, 2015
Those nostalgic for an old-school shmup with a few twists that have $5.99 just collecting dust could do worse than 3D Thunder Blade. It’s fun, it’s mindless, and if you really hate it, it’s over in about ten minutes. In fact, that’s the game’s biggest problem; there just isn’t a whole lot here. M2 has added in an extra mode, but that’s about it. Unless you’re a score-hunter, it could be difficult to...