[AMSTRAD GX4000] Operation Thunderbolt – Longplay & Review

Longplay and review for “OPERATION THUNDERBOLT” on the Amstrad GX4000!

Allright guys! It’s about time I gave the GX4000 some more love, and today we’re looking at an arcade coin-op conversion to Amstrad’s console and the sequel to Operation Wolf! This time with two players! But is the GX4000 version of Thunderbolt any better or different to the tape/disk original on the standard CPC range which came out a year earlier? Xyphoe ties his bandana, greases up his Uzi and dives into the action to find out….

(I have done a longplay for this one in my channel, but it was one of my earliest videos so the quality is poor and there’s no review or commentary.)

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