Conclusion: Kung Fu Chaos turned out to be an entirely different game than what I had imagined. Thinking that the gameplay was going to be strictly focused on multiplayer, I didn’t think KFC would appeal to me. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find the single player Ninja Challenge as deep as most other titles available and a fairly fun and entertaining multiplayer aspect to boot. Chaos is a perfect title, because there is plenty of that going on in this game.
Conclusion: after her, only to stumble onto an old, lost Japanese village. As luck has it, this is All Gods Village, and people who get lost in the woods get trapped in this otherworldly villa. As the two begin to search the village, they're attacked by ghosts of people that aren't too happy to be dead, having been robbed of life through some grave catastrophe.
Excerpt: Movie director Shao Ting decides to make a comeback with Kung Fu movies. He then hires a bunch of actors whom you get to play as. Will the movie be a success or a failure? That?s determined by how well you play. Kung Fu Chaos is a party game exclusively on Xbox, similar in scope to Power Stone or even Super Smash Brothers. Being one of the few party games on the Xbox, (and a great price too) I picked it up. When I first played it, I wasn?t too impressed.
Excerpt: After playing Kung Fu Chaos extensively, it’s not so much a game as it is a parody. The source material draws from cheesy B-grade kung fu movies of the 1970s, back when kung fu moves were something to be laughed at. Kung Fu Chaos actually reminds me of Kung Pow, a movie parody of the kung fu genre that included things like bad lip synchs and other puns on ethnic or stereotype topics. For those who enjoyed those jokes, you’ll most likely enjoy Kung Fu Chaos.
Conclusion: that introduce each level. Kung Fu Chaos tries to be funny, it really does. But there are just too many unfunny wisecracks from Shao Ting (Shao Ting = shouting, get it? Yeah, I know not funny) to consider Kung Fu Chaos a humorous game. Kung Fu Chaos’ “levels” are really mini-games that are based on famous movies but with a low-budget take only Shao Ting could imagine with plenty of kung fu fighting actors.
Excerpt: Kung Fu Chaos has been a long time coming for the Xbox. The game was shown last year at E3 as a major title for the system and seemed to be getting all the backing a game could ask for. Hyped as â€œthe next big thingâ€? on the Xbox, the game has finally arrived on retail shelves. So, is this a martial arts masterpiece that deserves a hallowed spot in your collection? Or is it the next game youâ€™ll use as a Frisbee with your dog?
Excerpt: I like the Xbox. While some claim it is an overpriced paperweight and DVD player, I have enjoyed quite a few of the games released for the system. And with Xbox Live, you have a service that neither Sony or Nintendo can touch. But there is one thing Microsoft has failed to do consistently--make good First Party titles.