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Subject: Thunder Force VI
Over on insertcredit a forum member named FortNinety has given his capsule review of Thunder Force VI.  It isn't exactly loaded with praise, but it's not entirely damning either.  I gotta say, considering there's no domain for it (the official site is thunderforce.sega.jp), my expectations were low.

Quote by FortNinety:
I've been playing it. Long story short... don't bother unless you are a diehard Thunder Force fan.  But seeing as I am, I've been enjoying it, though not as much as I had hoped to.

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ThunderForce has always been a bit of a hit or miss affair for me.  Unlike several other Tecnosoft games (Elemental Master, Herzog Zwei) the TF series always seemed to want more from me than I could give. It was too hard, especially part IV, which I could never seem to master.  Instead I loved the series for the graphics and sound - the soundtrack for the entire Thunder Force series was exceptional, and the original chiptunes, remixes and remakes are a staple of my game-tune listenin's.

Sad news then that part VI eschewed the old composer too.  Ah well, the old days were best anyway.  =)
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This post was edited on 2008-11-04, 08:46 by NFG.
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