Conclusion: Uncharted: Golden Abyss is the first handheld Uncharted game and that is exactly what it is; a handheld Uncharted game. It serves to showcase the strong points of the Vita – most notably its beautiful graphics - but also highlights the disappointing controls.
Excerpt: Rag Doll Kung Fu is a downloadable game combining the customs of classic martial art cinema with realistic physics and Super Smash Bros.-style multiplayer action. An interesting take on sixaxis motion control and detailed visuals highlight the wacky kung fu antics.
Excerpt: "Imagine having a kung fu fight with string puppets, except you don’t have to worry about getting the strings tangled up, and you don’t have to have a kung fu fight." So said Mark Healey, the brains behind Rag Doll Kung Fu, a physics-based brawler out now for the PSN. Don't know who Mark Healey is?
Conclusion: Despite this, Fists of Plastic is an absolute gem. The disappointment felt by the omission of online play soon fades when you have a room full of players, and in our book, the game delivers one of the best multiplayer experiences you can find on PS3.
Conclusion: Rag Doll Kung-Fu: Fists of Plastic is a disappointment in almost every sense of the word. It looks awesome, it plays awesome and yet it feels like a tech-demo and not like a game you just spent 10 bucks on. A free update might do the job, heh Sony?