Excerpt: Is there a following of martial arts in the black community? This story started, of course, when Bruce Lee arrived onto the big scene and ushered in an era of martial arts to the world. Shortly after, the shocks swept onto on our shores and created a period now lovingly remembered as the 'Blaxploitation Era'. This was a time when all kinds of black stars were kung-fu fighting their way on movie screens in cheap stereotypical roles.
Excerpt: The graphics in Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style are decent, though nothing particularly outstanding. There is an interesting intro FMV at the beginning of the game - somehow I just don't picture the Wu-Tang Clan as being a spiritual, disciplined bunch, but that's just me. The Clan's faces were very blocky and not very well-defined at all, but they seem to resemble their real-life counterparts.
Excerpt: Activision is rolling out another great title to the long list of their Playstation games. Thanks to their partnerships with great development teams, they have been able to release some of the industry leading games in technological performance and unique gameplay. The perfect example is Tony Hawk's Pro Skater that revolutionized the way skateboarding should be.