Reviews and Problems with Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic
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Demon_Hunter, PSX Extreme
11 May 2012
Excerpt: For some reason when I first started playing Uncharted Golden Abyss there was something that was bugging me. It was off and I couldn’t put my finger on it until an hour or so into the game. There was no grand scheme, no conspiracy of any kind or mystery for our hero Drake to unravel.
Summary: This game is only TEN DOLLARS! If you have 3-4 people playing this game gets INSANE! Its the most fun I've had playing a multiplayer game since mario tennis on n64. I have no clue what the "professional critics" are talking about saying it isnt fun.
Summary: Ragdoll Kung Fu, is a very interesting game. The graphics are slick, there is some humor here, and the multiplayer modes are a blast. My main complaints are this, no online play, can be very repetive on certain challenges, and the motion controls are almost uncalled for but mix things up a bit.
Summary: Downloaded this game on PSN for FREE (this week only) and I must say its fantastic. The reviews were REALLY harsh on the game because of almost no single player. But the multiplayer action is like that of Super Smash Brothers but its FREE with better graphics.
Summary: This game is just pure joy, I haven't had such a blast with four friends since micro machines. The "professional" reviewers seem to forget that this is a $10 downloadable game and bashes it for not having online when the truth is that this game is THE bang for the buck -Infinitively more so than a...
Summary: Don't let the critics' scores deter you on this one. This is a great joy to play and absolutely worth $10. Now if you are one of those gamers that just can't forgive a game for not having online anymore, then maybe you could find something elsewhere, but if you 1 player fighting against good AI and...
Summary: Well despite the mainstream reviews I still vote this one a good game to get. It is the Sony answer to Smash Brothers, minus all the options and endless gameplay and of course online. The rumors of patching online are ramped, but no evidence.
Summary: Having played the first RDKF on the PC, I expected this new one to be a blast as well. It's fun, but this game is missing a crucial element: ONLINE PLAY. This game begs for duking it out online, but all you can do is get some friends over to your house and play.