Excerpt: I have been following Kung-Fu Live for some time now. The concept of taking a camera scan of a person, and putting it onto the screen inside a video game is an interesting one. Punch and your in game character punches. Kick and your in game character kicks. Jump, and well you should have the idea by now. The PS3 Eye Camera is needed for this downloadable video game.
Summary: Kung Fu Live is a completely absurd, but completely awesome game. With something for everyone, Kung Fu Live is a game worth using or buying a Playstation Eye. Those who don't want to try it are probably just too afraid to laugh at themselves or too afraid to sweat a little, but they're the ones missing out on a chance to put their Karate Kid Crane Kick to the test.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is I have to confess that apart from pairing it with my Playstation Move controller, I have had little use for my PS3 Playstation Eye. Of course, I did spend hours with it when playing Eye of Judgment, but after that my Playstation Eye has been gently hibernating in my games drawer. So this weekend I decided to have some fun with Kung Fu Live, a fairly new game that has popped up on the Playstation Store.
Summary: Meet the strict criteria for set-up and calibration and you might enjoy the novelty of seeing yourself kicking ass on screen, but you'll still have to battle with the controls just as much as you will against the bad guys.
Pros: Seeing ourselves on screen, kicking ass, The comic book art style and over-the-top, humourous story mode
Cons: The strict criteria for getting the game to actually work, How it fails to recognize your moves consistently. The PlayStation Eye just wasn't made for full body motion-sensing
Excerpt: First-Person Shooters used to always have puzzle sections, whether it be finding the Red Key for the Red Door or some physics based puzzles to create a ramp to continue onto the next area. What Teotl Studios have done is taken this concept and applied it to the main draw of the game. The Ball is a puzzler centered around a Giant Ball and some ancient ruins found deep underground during a mining operation in the 1940s.
Conclusion: Then there are the Chi powered special attacks. The Power Punch (Two arms out) and Flying are fun, but there is nothing more satisfying than a good jump in the air, followed by kneel and Ground Pound to really get the blood racing. Actually, shooting lightning from your hands is almost as satisfying.
Pros: Cheesy comic style presentation, It’s a workout!, Special move satisfaction, Fun one on many multiplayer, Shoot lightning
Cons: Getting the room just right for the finicky PlayStation Eye, Slipping on sweat, breaking overhead lights, Chiropractor bills., Control frustrations from time to time
Conclusion: Grossansicht Mit Kung-fu Live hat Virtual Air Guitar ein gutes, aber nicht perfektes Spiel entwickelt, das vorallem durch die technischen Limitierungen der PS Eye Kamera ein technisch einwandfreies Spiel verhindert. Die Ideen sind cool und wurden gut umgesetzt. Um das Spiel jedoch richtig zu genießen, sollten Möbel etc. aus dem Weg geräumt werden, um blaue Flecken zu vermeiden.
Summary: "Bojová umìní mají své kouzlo, které pøitahuje spoustu fandù. I mezi hrami se bojové hry staly pojmem a titul s názvem Kung-Fu Live toto pravidlo jen potvrzuje. Nyvíc je celá tato hra ztvárnìna velmi zábavným stylem, což zaruèuje spousty hodin perfektní zábavy...
Kung Fu Live: Luftboxen vor der Kamera, ganz ohne Kinect
22 February 2011
Summary: Dennoch garantiert das Spiel zumindest bis dorthin einen Heidenspaß. Grafisch hält es allerdings nicht mit einem Super Street Fighter 4 oder Soul Calibur 4 mit. Dafür glänzt Kung Fu Live mit einer interaktiv erzählten Rahmenhandlung zwischen den Kapiteln. Zunächst sollt ihr vor der Kamera bestimmte Posen einnehmen.