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Kung Fu Panda

Released on 27 June 2008

Rating: PG (BBFC)

3.0 out of 5 (7 customer reviews) | Write a review

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In the Kung Fu Panda video game, players embark on an epic, action-packed adventure as they master the specialised Kung Fu fighting styles of Po the Panda, the unlikely hero, his teacher Shifu, and the legendary Kung Fu masters, the Furious Five: Monkey, Tigress, Viper, Mantis and Crane. Through 13 legendary levels from the movie and beyond, and spanning land, water and air, players must work their way to become the Dragon Warrior and defeat the ultimate enemy, Tai Lung, as they battle a variety of foes, overcome dangerous obstacles, navigate multi-tiered environments and solve challenging puzzles. Featuring a deep variety of gameplay, unique co-op and competitive multiplayer modes, collectibles, and a host of character upgrades, the Kung Fu Panda video game provides an experience gamers of all ages will enjoy.

Kung Fu Awesomeness: Players embark on a legendary journey to fulfill Po's destiny to become the Dragon Warrior. Learn and master Po, Shifu and the Furious Five's specialised Kung Fu fighting styles, abilities and upgrades in order to defeat formidable bosses like the Great Gorilla, the Wolf Sergeant and the ultimate enemy, Tai Lung.

Bodacious Humor: Kung Fu Panda's unique brand of humor, quick-witted dialogue and hilarious situations bring the game to life for players of all ages to enjoy.

    Play as all Your Favorite Characters: Gamers learn to utilise the special abilities and combat skills of Po, Shifu, Monkey, Tigress, Viper, Crane and Mantis. As gameplay progresses, unlock and experience each character's special moves and upgrades.

      Relive the Movie and Go Beyond With Exclusive Content: Experience favourite moments based on the film and discover never-before-seen, game-exclusive content co-created by DreamWorks Animation and Activision including a variety of environments, such as the mystical Lotus Lake, and characters, like the baddest ninja cats around, the Wu Sisters.

        Experience 13 Legendary Levels: Players traverse 13 multi-stage levels from the movie and beyond, spanning air, water and land, to battle a variety of foes, overcome dangerous obstacles, navigate multi-tiered environments and solve challenging puzzles.

          Join Friends in Multiplayer Action and Co-op Mode: Gamers can go head-to-head against friends across a wide variety of battle arenas with their favourite characters including Po and the Furious Five, Tai Lung, the ferocious Ox and others. Players can also team up in co-operative mode to work through a series of unique challenges and defeat dangerous enemies.

          customer Reviews

           Average rating (7 reviews)

           Wasn't expecting too much but this is a serious let down.

          | | See all mrmojorisin's reviews (7)

          I bought this for my 5 year old son. It arrived through the door on the tuesday, friday morning he excitedly phoned me at work to tell me he'd completed it. I really didn't believe him. Now he's not a game addict, he would just as happily go outside and play or play with his toys than sit on the PS3 but he tore through this game in such a short time, I felt totally robbed. The levels are small. The enemies in the one player story mode are defeated with a single blow with the weak attack (seriously). This is just stupid seing as there is a whole list of combos and different attacks that you achieve by collecting coins and buying them between levels(all these combos and extra moves are therefore totally pointless). The lack of the ability to play as other characters in one player story mode is frustrating seeing as the capability is already programmed into the game but just not used. Even if it was unlocked after completing the game, that would be something but sadly it isn't. There are tiny little fractions of the levels where you can briefly be one of the other characters but is in a set place each time and only in a couple of places.
          The enemies in the terrible co-op mode are annoyingly difficult to defeat and they do the old annoying game trait if being able to just punch through your attacks and stop you dead. You cannot play co-op in story mode and only get the choice of a horrible survival made where you are bombarded with enemies from all angles until you die. Also you get some terrible mini games like shooting targets and a VS mode.
          The graphics are OK ish but nowhere near spectacular. The thing that makes them OK ish is that they are colourful so kids might like it.
          Now I am really not being fussy here, I bought my son Lego Indiana Jones which is also really easy but that game took ages to fully clear and I happily played along with my son as you can both play co-op in the story mode and have a nice selection of characters to choose from all with different skills and abilities. It also has you wanting to play levels again to find the hidden items. Not KFP though.I also got my son Surfs Up. Same sort of thing all the way through (different sort of game to KFP) and not my cup of tea but infinitely better than KFP. This game requires no skill, no thought or initiative and has no lastibilty. I mean it when I say, only buy this turkey if you or the person you are buying it for is fanatical about the film and has to have it or if you just like wasting money. There are a few minor alterations that could have been done to this game and it would be a million times better than it is, but for some reason, the lazy game programmers just didn't bother. It amazes me how the programmers thought this was good enough to release and it amazes me how anyone else has said that this game is anything other than terrible. Activision have let us down with this one which is surprising as you can often get a good idea about how good a game will be from who made it. And Activision are normally quite good (COD4?). Maybe they let the work experience boys programme this one.

           top class kung fu panda what a name for a game

          | | See all smeedy's reviews (11)

          this is gonna be a beast of a game lol kung fu panda what a name for a game quite catchy

           Great for young kids

          | | See all vjsparkles's reviews (1)

          We rented this game for our 5 year old and with the help of his father we completed it in 2 days of concentrated play on a rainy weekend. I thought the movie was beautiful to watch as far as cartoons go, and the game is just as beautiful designwise. I like it because you play as the panda and as the other characters, its and easy enough for small kids to play and entertaining enough for adults to join in. Each level requires the character to do different things fighting, flying, shooting, throwing, rolling and a couple of puzzles as well. There is a lot of variety and the scenery changes with each level. The coins you collect allow you to increase various skill levels and buy different suits for the panda and unlock 2 player mini battles for something different. Its definitely a game the kids would play over and over for the entertainment value despite the fact we completed it relatively quickly.

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          RatingPG (BBFC)