Summary: I used to be obsessed with this game. It was the first fighting game I ever purchased for the Xbox and I still have it. I remember spending hours with friends just kicking the heck out of each other and laughing the entire time. It is a game that will make you smile for years to come.
I would recommend Kung Fu to anyone with an Xbox, some friends and slight fandom of silly 70s flicks
28 January 2007
Excerpt: The Xbox has become home to many a 'Party' fighting game for 1-4 players. There is the predominantly made for Xbox Live title Whacked!, the loincloth sporting Barbarian and the Tokyo smashing Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee to name but a few, but one of the best has come from Microsoft...
I have Ultra-Unlockness. Do you like my ninja-ness?
Jamie F, Amazon
2 June 2004
Summary: This game is a CLASSIC. It's brilliant: hilarious, humourous and addictive. Starring high-kicking cartoon characters in various (often film-based) locations, this game is hugely entertaining, and has great variety in its game play.
Summary: Fantastic. This is not a serious game by any means, as you have already probably guessed by now. This is a party game and I would recommend that you bring a few mates over for a good ruck. If you want some light, no-brain good fun, this is the game for you.
Summary: This is a great little game to bring out at partys. It's wild, wacky and fun and there's nothing else quite like it. Although the game isn't particularly long, the challenges and replayability will keep you coming back for more.
Summary: All the reviews are spot on. This game's the best one I've ever had in the way of a party game. There's enough variety in the events to keep one coming back for more. I beat this game in single player, and some of the levels it unlocks are extremely challenging.
Summary: This game brings back memories of some of the worst kung fu movies I have ever seen. Also it is littered with many, many more film references for the more astute out there. Every fight scene is packed with little hidden sections that you don't notcice the first, second or third times you play.
Summary: I love this game! its not really much fun on your own but get a few buddys/relatives around to play and its fantastic(i get beaten on the game by both my 4 year old son and 6 year old nephew!).
Summary: If you've ever played the Powerstone series on the Dreamcast, you'll instantly feel right at home with Kung Fu Chaos. Visually similar to the Dreamcast classic, it's a 'dodgy seventies kung-fu movie' take on the isometric beat-em-up.