Catapult your way through the wild, untamed city streets of a megalopolis as you use the PlayStation Move motion controller to slingshot forward, smash through crowds of pedestrians, lock in air defying combo chains and karate chop your way to safety. On the run and armed with only the puttering wheels of their office chairs and a few ferocious kung fu moves, private detective Toby and his mesmerizing assistant Karin must rush to flee the city before getting clotheslined by the mob. Experience the heart pounding adrenaline rush of a high speed getaway as you ride your way to safety, grasping onto your PlayStation Move motion controller to stay in control at breakneck speeds.
Great Game, Great Price
This review is from: Kung Fu Rider PlayStation 3
Pros: With a quirky and fun premise, this game is a gem in a sea of brown and boring FPS games. The game makes good use of the PS Move controller and Eye camera (which takes pictures randomly during the game, and are quite funny when playing with others.) The game consists of different tracks in which a player must navigate by jump, grinding and kicking your way trough to the end while avoid pedestrians and the mafia which is after you. Also, the addition of custom music option makes the game much more fun and enjoyable, although the original music is quite good and funky. With a $10.00 price tag, this game is a great buy, even if it's just to play once or twice while friends are over.
Cons: The move controls are the real problem with the game, but it is not a huge problem. To partly fix them, you can go into the options menu and adjust the sensitivity. Also, the tracks can be kind of repetitive. The original price tag for this game was $40.00, which is much to high. This should have been a PSN downloadable title and should have cost no more than $15.00.
Other Thoughts: Great game, a few quirks but nothing fatal. At the price of $10.00, you can't go wrong.
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