Conclusion: Kung Fu Chaos is a game about a movie directed by Shao Ting where you have to master each scene, getting three stars or more until you come to the final stage of the film. The Graphics of Kung Fu Chaos are rather good, with fun, cartoony and quirky looking characters which add to the fun of the game. The environments and film sets are pretty well done and detailed with a lot of destructive objects and little things that really give you the sense of being on a film set.
Conclusion: Alright so this is as close to smash brothers as your going to get on xbox. Only smash brothers is a ton better. Anyways you go threw a level continuously just keeping up with the moving level you just gotta kill everythin the you dont need to walk anywhere much the level carries you. The humour in this is awesome while it lasts because it gets repetitve after a while but its very funny.
One of the best classic xbox party games i've ever played from NINJA THEORY it self.
18 November 2011
Summary: Before HEAVENLY SWORD and ENSLAVED there's this most funny and most silliest party game i've ever played I was like 12 back when it was released it was a bit hard and the game was a bit hard by myself but it was great.
Summary: i was very sad when my original copy got scratched, but was ecstatic when i found this game on amazon for a great pric, little disappointed when it didn't work on the 360 and had to play it on the original, but not enough to make me regret buying this game
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. The controls can be a bit difficult to master, but there is a nice variety of combos to get to grips with.
Summary: KFC (Kung Fu Chaos, NOT Kentucky Fried Chicken) is a game which is best played with friends, preferably so that there are 4 of you playing. It is hilarious, fun, infinitely replayable, and simply...genius. You play as bizarre and odd actors (see screenshots) on a low-budget kung fu film set.
Summary: Kung Fu Chaos is extremely underated. I originally played the demo, which I found amazing! I played non-stop for months, then decided it was time to buy the game. The game is extremely cheap, and can be played again and again and again. The 1 player Ninga challenge mode is... well... challenging! Its very fun acheiving 5 STARS on each mission, but the multiplayer action is incredible. Non-stop punching and kicking and combos!
I have Ultra-Unlockness. Do you like my ninja-ness?
Jamie F, amazon.co.uk
9 March 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. The levels are all very well presented, and often have an amusing basis on a film - such as being on a sinking Titanic, escaping dinosaurs in Jurassic Park or aliens from Indepence Day.
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. Essentially the game takes the form of a Kung-Fu movie production, and for most part you will find yourself taking directions from the cheeky chappy in charge of the movie - Shao Ting.
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. Most of the stages are pure fighting with all kinds of silliness all around.