Thor: God of Thunder Pro Reviews

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Thor: God of Thunder Reviews

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EuroGamer  --- May 10 '11
Games Radar 4/10 May 09 '11
GameSpot 2.0/10 May 09 '11
Worthplaying 4.5/10 Jul 26 '11
Worthplaying 7.0/10 May 09 '11
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Thor: God of Thunder Previews

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Games Radar Mar 22 '11
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" With the C2E2 pop culture convention making its second annual appearance in Chicago this past weekend – and Marvel owning the largest booth space on the show floor – Sega seized the opportunity to give attendees their first shot at Thor: God of Thunder, the tie-in to the forthcoming big-budget film. Sega's recent track record with Marvel licenses isn't exactly pristine (Iron Man and Iron Man 2, anyone?), but as with the film itself, we're certainly willing to give Thor a fair shot before drawing any serious conclusions. But we’ve got to be honest: Based on what we played, it's tough to stay optimistic about this action-oriented adaptation... ..."
" Thor's a large, angry man with a thunder hammer. Squished into the form-fitting mold of a videogame, there's only so much you can do with that. Sadly, wordy RPGs, Cooking Mama: Cower, for This is Thor's Kitchen Now, and adorable pet sim Thorz aren't really options. So, what are we left with? Did you say “a God of War clone so middle-of-the-road that it ought to be getting flattened by oncoming traffic”? Well, you'd be wrong, because Thor: God of Thunder doesn't even make it that far. It occasionally tries – bless its heart – but at the end of the day, it's just bad. Plain and simple... ..."
"Thor: God of Thunder hammers out an experience that is absolutely awful in every way. "
"Thor: God Of Thunder will take players through a spectacular, epic-scale original third-person adventure. In the game, Thor battles through the numerous worlds of Norse mythology that span realms ranging from primal worlds of fire and ice to extraordinary planets inhabited by Frost Giants and Trolls to save Asgard, the capital city of the Norse Gods."