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Submitted by mathsman 572d ago | review

Review: Thunder Wolves | Metro Gaming

Aside from the infamous Desert Strike and its sequels, helicopter simulation videogames have always remained relatively niche. In the modern industry where developers are less willing to take risks than ever before, restricting your audience in such a fashion could be seen as a very bad idea. Some, however, have done well to capitalise on the strengths of digital distribution platforms, and bitComposer Games are most certainly one such publisher. (PC, PS3, Thunder Wolves, Xbox 360) 7/10

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