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Submitted by discordman 698d ago | review

Kung Fu Rabbit Review [Capsule Computers]

Dustin Spencer from Capsule Computers writes "The Wii U is far along in it’s lifespan now that we are beginning to see smaller digital releases for the eShop on the platform. Much like the Wii, these have been a bit hit or miss, but after seeing the likes of Trine 2 and The Cave make the transition smoothly, there is more potential here for developers to truly shine. As many of you know, Kung Fu Rabbit was released a good while ago on the iOS and was rather successful despite it’s “freemium” styled set-up. Neko Entertainment have now provided us with a port on the Wii U, with no unnecessary spending or touch gimmickry attached. Does this title from a much different market stand a chance on the console, or is this one rabbit with a distorted vision?" (Kung Fu Rabbit, Wii U) 5.5/10

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