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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.