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Submitted by Luismacintosh 542d ago | review

Kung Fu Rabbit Review | GVN

Kung Fu Rabbit was released on mobile devices about a year ago by Bulkypix and now Neko Entrainment is porting the action adventure game over to the Wii U eShop. Nintendo recently licensed the Unity Engine for Wii U allowing a crowd of mobile developers to easily port their already established iOS and Android games to the Wii U. Kung Fu Rabbit may just be the first of many new mobile to Wii U ports we’ll be seeing this year. (Kung Fu Rabbit, Wii U) 8.2/10

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Neonridr  +   537d ago
looks awesome. But I always wonder what would the game have to do differently to earn an 8.3/10 instead? LOL, I never understood non-whole numbers for scores (minus .5 points).

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