Reviews and Problems with Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
28 July 2008
Excerpt: This is not a review. Not literally I mean; of course it is. But rather, this is not a review – it is a warning. A warning to say: don’t play this game unless you are some kind of videogame masochist with a penchant for digital self-harm. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is the worst kind of game.
Conclusion: The game uses four different types of attacks: Unarmed attack, hard unarmed attack, weapon attack and hard weapon attack. By varying these you can create some pretty cool combos. You can also grab an enemy and depending on the buttons you press and the weapon you're holding you will unleash a cool combo on him. Also with the use of the dash button you can flip off walls and run on them too like the characters in the movie do.
Excerpt: By Gary Kearney One thing we all should know as gamers by now is that it pays to be cautious of a game based on a movie. Every now and then we can get a nice game out of this but mostly it feels like we were suckered into being interested in the game solely based on its name. And with this I introduce you to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (CTHD) for the PlayStation 2. I was one of many who were totally mesmerized by the movie when it came out a few years ago.
Excerpt: Years after amazing worldwide moviegoers, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon is adapted for the interactive environment. So I know what you're thinking; it's another huge movie that is now also a videogame and we all know that means it's going to suck. But wait! This is a foreign language film not a Hollywood blockbuster, and the movie had cool kung-fu videogames can make cool kung-fu too!
Excerpt: When Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was released in the US in 2000, the film could not have been called anything other than an unmitigated success. Wonderfully acted and beautifully directed, Ang Lee's Academy Award-winning film was equal parts martial arts action and fairy tale. It told the story of a mystical sword, known as the Green Destiny, and the characters surrounding it.
Excerpt: What is it with all of the foreign action movies all of a sudden? Movies with Jackie Chan, Jet Li, and all of these old Bruce Lee movies are coming into their own and back into many peoplesÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ lives as they love watching all the action and moves preformed in these movies. Crouching Tiger is the newer of these movies to be released and everyone was amazed with some of the things that happened in it, but what in the world made people think it would make a great game?
Excerpt: Kilka lat temu na ekrany kin wszedł film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon , będący produkcją kina azjatyckiego znanego z naprawdę świetnych filmów akcji, choć nie tylko. Do tej pory jednak nikt nie pokusił się o próbę stworzenia na podstawie tego wielokrotnie nagradzanego obrazu gry, która w jakiś sposób by do niego nawiązywała. Znalazł się w końcu jeden odważny, mianowicie firma Genki, która stworzyła tytuł oraz firma Ubi Soft będąca wydawcą wspomnianej gry.