RetroSnow: Thunder Fox (Sega Genesis) Review





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Published on Sep 12, 2012

Oh man, Thunder or Fox?! The choices are endless!

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I like your reviews, no skits or nonsense, just good clear and informative content.
Maybe this should have been named 'No Rush...N Attack'.
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Andy Woodburn
Awesome game that I am proud to own a copy of. I got mine from this great shop in Cleveland called James Games N More. No box or instructions but the cart itself was only $8. Not bad if I say so myself. ;-) Anyway, I had a genesis as a kid and I started collecting again almost ten years ago when I was starting to become disenfranchised with with the current state of console gaming. Simple and cheap is my motto when it comes to video gaming anymore. My whole collection is worth about $300-400 but I have three systems and over a hundred games. You couldn't even say that about a collection today. For the same amount of games and systems it would probably cost ten times that. The point I'm trying to make is K.I.S.S. : keep it simple, stupid....lol 
Huynh Mai Dang
Great review and thank you so much for bringing back some awesome memories as a kid growing up 
Very nice reviews. No extra bs, just the accurate information. Thanks.
According to the game's manual (I own it), "Thunder: This character specializes in firearms. He makes full use of the weapon (items) capabilities as he collects them during the game." "Fox: This character specializes in hand-to-hand combat. Though not as skilled in the use of firearms as THUNDER, he is also able to use all firearms."
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Emperor Palpatine
One character is better with weapons and gets more shots when using guns and the other has more health I think. I have this game on Genesis and play it still. Glad the put the home version on console
Judson Joist
'Rolling Thunder 3' (Genesis) meets 'Commando' (the 1985 Arnie flick).
Scott Vogler
You should see the arcade version, makes me sad :( just picked this up at a swap shop. 
I have this on the Taito Legends compilation. It's fun.
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