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Kung Fu Rider- PS3

Kung Fu Rider- PS3
alaScore 73

48 reviews

Jun, 2018

  • Positive

alaTest has collected and analyzed 48 reviews of Kung Fu Rider- PS3. The average rating for this product is 1.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Many are critical about the controls and price.

price, controls

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 73/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by : Blake_Morse (

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

Oct, 2010

Expert review by : Phil Harris (

Kung Fu Rider


If you replaced the words Kung Fu Rider with One Trick Pony then you wouldn't be going too far wrong in a game that inspires little.

Oct, 2010

Expert review by : Marty Greenwell (

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...

Oct, 2010

Expert review by : Martin Bigg (

Kung Fu Rider


It is common knowledge that quintessentially Japanese games have a reputation for truly terrifying me in copious amounts. SCE Japan Studio has long been responsible for inflicting such terror thanks to a long list of uncomfortably bizarre titles...

Kung Fu Rider is a lot of things, but entertaining certainly isn't one of them - weird, boring, repetitive, frustrating and ultimately pointless would be much closer to the mark.

Sep, 2010

Expert review by : Ray Barnholt (

Kung Fu Rider Review


Charming kookiness that quickly feels like an amateurish motion control action game.

Sep, 2010

Expert review by : Anthony Severino (

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Kung Fu Rider- PS3


Kung Fu Rider sends players on a wild ride through the busy streets of Hong Kong. Taking on the role of private detective Toby or his assistant Karin, players find themselves on the outs with the mob. When Toby and Karin are confronted by mobsters at...

Jan, 2009

Expert review by : Eric (

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...

Expert review by : Christopher Brown (

Kung Fu Rider


Launched in conjunction with Sony's PlayStation Move motion controller, Kung Fu Rider is a quirky racing game in which players help an office worker named Toby and his secretary Karin escape from the Yakuza by, naturally, rolling down hills on an office c

Expert review by : Tristan Clark (

Kung Fu Rider


The first piece of Move shovelware?

Kung Fu Rider feels like it should have been one of the forgotten demos on that Move Starter Pack disc. Paying even $60 for this is just outrageous. The Move hardware is great — software like this is drivel. Come on guys, I know every hardware launch...

Sep, 2010