gamers (100%) found this review helpful
Kung Fu Panda is a good example of what a game that is targeted to children should be. Mildly challenging gameplay, (My 10 year old beat it in about 8 hours) is perhaps the only complaint that can be raised. This title is abundant in personality and delivers fun while packaged to appeal to the children who have seen the film.
I was amazed with this game. The graphics were marvelous. I can't belive that they put so much effort in the movie game. The bad part is the game is too short. I was done with this game like in about 3 hours.
posted by Gator6C (MANASSAS PARK, VA) Jul 23, 2008
Member since Jul 2008
gamers (86%) found this review helpful
I was pleasantly surprised by this game… I mean how many movies to video game have come out and just completely stink… Well Kung Fu Panda is different it’s a solid game…
Are is a single player story mode which has few difficulty setting and it follows the story of movie if you are familiar, and there is pretty detailed multiplayer mode, which I have actually played with my younger son and found quite fun actually.
The story mode is 13 stages going with the story of movie, and filled with jokes and details not in the actual movie, which I found interesting and fun. On the technical side I was quite impressed with the play control for this type of game. Nice fighting combos and in game upgrade system to improve moves and to buy new costumes for Po (the main character). In addition they have a nice in game Easter egg system with rare coins and statues that unlock special features in the game.
The sound and graphics are fairly good, the game looks great, and the soundtrack and vice acting is done well and is fun… Jack Black does voice Po… The do a nice job on animations, and the cut screens are fun and keep you interested.
The replay value is pretty good, with a few different difficulty modes, and hidden coins, statues, and add a fun multiplayer mode you have solid game… Final note I recommend this game for families looking for a fun game for their kids… it’s a nice choice in that regards…