Conclusion: In the graphics department, there is nothing
much to celebrate about, but the developer did
an excellent job with the animation and
rendering of stages that's supposed to reflect
ancient China. The sound effects are okay for
the most part and music fits the echoes of a
place torn by warring factions. So far, Kung Fu
Strike has demonstrated a lot of potential as a
great arcade brawler.
Conclusion: Some of the additional features to the game that helped minimize my frustration where the ability to spend gold during your round to call in support from your “Army”. It’s just enough to help you out in desperate situations. Thankfully, when equipment, skills and army aren’t enough to stop you from dying, the checkpoint system is designed well enough to leave you off not too far where you died, but most importantly you can change the difficulty in between your round and...
Conclusion: All in all, Kung Fu Strike is a fun, frustrating and rewarding experience. No matter how capable you feel, there will be an opponent or opponents that will test your resolve and often enough have you on the defensive more than you would like. Paying attacked to the alert you get when an enemy is about to attack and learning how to block/deflect attacks will mean the difference between enjoyable experiencing and a frustrating one.
Summary: В любом случае, Kung Fu Strike: The Warrior’s Rise остро рекомендуется всем, кому хочется симпатичных кулачных боёв в китайском стиле, потому как следующего приличного beat’em up’а нам придётся ждать неизвестно сколько времени. Если же у вас есть геймпад или корочка об окончании музыкальной школы по классу фортепиано, то покупка данного продукта является практически обязательной.