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Kung Fu Rider (PS3)

Kung Fu Rider (PS3)
alaScore 71

28 reviews

Apr, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 28 reviews from magazines and websites. There are some mixed comments about the value for money. Some have doubts about the controls.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Kung Fu Rider (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 71/100 = Good quality.

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Kung Fu Rider (PlayStation 3)

 

The mafia has been known to do seedy things to exert control over people, but even it would be ashamed of the line it crosses in Kung Fu Rider. Sharply dressed assailants leap from behind parked cars, jump down from scaffolding, and emerge from shadowy...

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Kung Fu Rider Review for the PS3

 

Your Kung-Fu is weak.

Those Wacky Japs!; Sexy Anime Girl Butt in your face

Gets old super quick; Poor controls; Not worth the price; Way too short

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Kung Fu Rider

 

Make it to the bottom of the hill and the player is graded on their performance from S-F rankings, along with seeing some photos of you stabbing yourself in the face as you played it. To unlock the next course of similarity, a minimum of a D grade is...

It looks quite nice; The disc worked

Repetitive; Monotonous; Shallow

Even the levels seem to have exactly the same features, the same markets, the same rows of boxes littered across the streets, the same cars to leap over, the same suited Mafia men to kick, the same metal bars to duck under. The same music even, to...

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Kung Fu Rider

 

Kung Fu Rider is one of those games that you will love when playing them demo and then you put on the retail version and all hell breaks loose. What in the world happened to the retail version of Kung Fu Rider? I mean come on I could not have been the...

Kung Fu Rider is not a good game to buy for the Move. The controls are at best playable to anyone with the brain of a 5 year old. While most Move games seem to be doing the right thing with the controls, this one just fucks a couch while reading the...

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Kung Fu Rider- PS3

 

Kung Fu Rider is definitely not as funny as it thinks it is, and not really much fun either. It controls like a sausage dog on wheels, and sounds even worse than one. Yet there's always that underlying feeling that if someone actually did this concept...

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Kung Fu Rider- PS3

 

Kung Fu Riders looks, feels and plays like a game you might enjoy in an arcade. It's got a limited, focused play mechanic, limited content, does not exploit the strengths of Move, and has a last-gen look and feel to it. This is probably the kind of...

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Kung Fu Rider- PS3

 

You can see the potential here, but it's weighed down by countless examples of how not to do motion gaming. As a taste of what Sony might end up doing with the Move, it's occasionally surprisingly entertaining - but as a purchase here and now, it's...

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Kung Fu Rider- PS3

 

Out of all the PlayStation Move Launch games available, Kung Fu Rider is the one to avoid without a shadow of doubt. I'm sorry SCE Japan, but this is the sort of mindless drivel that shouldn't have been released as a full-priced retail game in the...

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Kung Fu Rider- PS3

 

Any game in the launch line-up for a new technology should be built to demonstrate its potential, but this plays like a game designed for a control pad. That wouldn't be such a decisive factor if there was a measure of variety to the gameplay, but Kung...

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Kung Fu Rider- PS3

 

At best, it should have been included with the Sony Move bundle. Or a free downloadable title on PSN so people can calibrate their Move devices before buying better games. Sony have risked a multi-million dollar investment in new technology by...

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