Reviews and Problems with Kung Fu Strike: The Warrior's Rise
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Kung Fu Strike A lost pearl of a classic-style fighting game for PC! (steam)
7 January 2014
Summary: Did you ever play Fighting Force, Final Fight, Street of Rage, Power Stone, the kind of games you call a friend to come to your house to play a 2Player fighting game versus the CPU, kill some bosses, deal some fantastic combos in a 3D open space where you can walk and jump and activate your special...
Summary: At first, the game was decently fun. However, once I got a bit further into it, the fun just went right out the window. It doesn't seem like the combat ever gets very in-depth, there are basically four buttons and the movement buttons, but there is practically no kind of combinations that you have...
Summary: Fabulous fighting. Pleasant graphics and animation, spectacular attacks, as in the Japanese Chinese films. Different enemies, there is a technique against them. Somewhere must work hard to pass the level. And it's all cool.
Summary: I wasn't sure about this game when it first came out, but I saw it on sale over the holidays and I bought it. the graphics are good (not great) and the game play is good (again not great) but for it being on sale at $4.99 I did get about 6 hours of fun out of it. I think that is a great value.
Summary: I have to say fxxk to this chinese-developed game although im a chinese.A game should enjoy people and sure it should be played by most players well.Its hard altough to me-a fun to arcade battle games.I admit that my strength is not good but even i set the level to easy i endure die and die.I'm a...
Summary: Well if you like fighting games you'll probably love this one. It starts by explaining the basic moves, how to improve your skills and how to buy some new. There is a help screen that you can switch to see how to perform all unlocked moves/combos (in case you forgot them).
Summary: An interesting and enjoyable combat system. Certainly an interesting idea for a game. Coop, and generally really cool fight. It is a pity, however, that the idea is not exhausted by the end. Graphics can not play a large role in the game, but here it really hurts.