SEGA has released a new promotional video for Thor: God of Thunder, one of those behind-the-scenes jobbers where they interview developers. They discuss the approach that was taken towards making the battles of Thor appropriate for his godly status from enemy design to music. Additionally, Red Fly Studios is on hand to talk about how the Wii version isn't some mere port of its HD cousins.
The scale of the game is what I find appealing about it. Thinking of a (relatively) little blond guy pummeling the crap out of gigantic monsters makes me smile a bit. Here's hoping that the game winds up being as much fun as the fantasy I'm concocting.
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