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Submitted by Zerot 271d ago | opinion piece

SNES A Day 65: Thunder Spirits

If you expect to get very far in Thunder Spirits by holding down the fire button like in most side-scrolling shooters, you’re not going to have a fun time.

You need to mash the button. For the entire game. (Retro)

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