Reviews and Problems with Power Rangers Super Samurai
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Review: Power Rangers Super Samurai strikes a low, cheap blow to the Kinect
14 January 2013
Excerpt: And…once again, someone doesn't get how to make a worthwhile experience with the Kinect when it comes to mimicking a super hero. At least Ubisoft has the practice down somewhat to a science, with their Power-Up Heroes and Marvel's Avengers: Battle For Earth games. But Namco, on the other hand, churns out the kind of Kinect fare that gives the device a bad name. It's bad enough that we had to get through the sluggishly difficult Dragon Ball Z Kinect .
Kids mimic fighting on Kinect; filled with fantasy violence.
Common Sense Media
8 January 2013
Summary: Parents need to know that Power Rangers Super Samurai -- much like the popular TV show -- is rooted heavily in violence. It's over-the-top and fantasy-based, but the players use swords and other weapons, plus punches and kicks, to destroy monsters trying to take over the Earth. There is no blood or gore, however. This is a Teen-rated game because of the violence.
Excerpt: Like recent Avengers and Dragon Ball Z Kinect games, Power Rangers Super Samurai tries to base a full-body combat experience around its color-coded martial artists, letting you slash and kick to pummel an array of freaky monsters. Unfortunately, severe motion miscues paired with shallow, tedious action just make for a Kinect calamity.