Excerpt: The Good : Kung Fu Panda for the Wii from developers Luxoflux and Xpec does an excellent job of capturing the look, feel, and (thanks to decent sound-alike performances) sound of this summer’s hit from Dreamworks Animation.
Conclusion: sound-alike as Panda - must navigate his mostly bright and colorful world with the straightforward jumping, fighting, coin collecting, and, in some cases, rolling, that serves as the mark of a game that can be quickly mastered by experienced players but is easily accessible to younger players.
Summary: Based on Dreamworks' recent CG-animated comedy about a lazy, irreverent slacker panda, Po (voiced by Jack Black), who must somehow become a Kung Fu Master in order to save the Valley of Peace from a villainous snow leopard, Tai Lung.
Conclusion: I have to tell you that if you have kids or if you yourself are just a big Jack Black fan and are wondering if your money would put to good use to buy this game I would say it might be a good idea.
Conclusion: Manhunt is a stealth game and not everyone has the patience for a stealth title, and to be honest if you don’t like stealth titles you will not like Manhunt. What Manhunt does though for stealth fans is adding a lot more blood and gore then any other stealth title to date.
Conclusion: Kung Fu Panda si dimostra un prodotto interessante, ma che non va oltre una piena sufficienza. Il coinvolgente stile, fedele all'omonimo lungometraggio, risulta piacevole nel complesso, grazie a una realizzazione tecnica che risulta curata, nonostante non spinga mai il Wii al massimo.