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Submitted by shaneryanTB 709d ago | review

New Little King's Story Review | Thunderbolt

These are truly desperate times. Despite the good fortune and prosperity heralded by the success of the little King in his first adventure, he could do nothing to stop the armies of adorable, slack-jawed monsters that sacked his castle and evicted him, his advisers and his people. Even worse, they crashed a party, one that played host to seven princesses, each one now in the clutches of enemy hands. However, the kingdom is not entirely lost. It's King, though just a boy, will save the Princesses. He'll rebuild his lands. Even if he has to ensure every single loose log, bush, obstructing tree stump and miscellaneous piece of clutter has been hacked apart on his way.

[Nick Vracar, Thunderbolt (New Little King's Story, PS Vita) 7/10

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