Summary: The comic book and 3D graphics look nice, but it's really annoying to fail a level when the player tracking screws up and the game reads my moves wrong. And that happens all the time. Sometimes the game crashes, too. Too bad they charge money for this. The writing is also quite childish.
Summary: I got Kung Fu Live and its really awesome and a very funny way to workout!! Also has multiplayer and while one kick&punch, the other one use joystick to control the other character = Lots of FUN!!! Nice to be able to play hands free I'm-the-controler in PS3 My space is very small and I've got many things on the background but the PS Eye still manages to do a good job in placing me in I got Kung Fu Live and its really awesome and a very funny way to workout!!
Summary: I'm going to say this first, since it's the most important thing: People have been talking about calibration issues with this game and I can tell they're running into the same problem I figured out early on. If you make changes to your environment during the game, it will confuse the heck out of it.
Summary: Ok so when I heard about this game, and Saw the amazing trailer I simply could not wait to download and play this game, so I did and got straight in, then I was hit with what seemed a diamond tipped sledge hammer, it doesn't work, or I can't get it to work should I say, I believe the concept is great, however the setup is beyond a catastrophe, I tried for an hour and that's no lie, an hour Ok so when I heard about this game, and Saw the amazing trailer I simply could not...
Summary: To Hades with the nay-sayers! IGN strikes again by slamming a really fun game! (They did the same thing with The Fight, and you see how wrong most of the critics are about that game.) This game is wicked sweet! Totally worth the $15 and that's judging from the last 10 minutes of a quick play game. The game told me my room was very dark (yay CFLs, I still need a cheap incandescent lamp) but To Hades with the nay-sayers! IGN strikes again by slamming a really fun game!