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Submitted by GamersXTREME 602d ago | review

Gamers XTREME - Kung Fu Rabbit Review (Wii U eShop): “A Charmingly Addictive 2D Platformer”

Glacier928: "The indie title trend continues on the Wii U, this time with an enhancement to a mobile device game. Kung Fu Rabbit is a 2D platformer that was originally released by developers CTools, Cazap and Bulkypix for the iOS and Android devices last year. Developer Neko Entertainment liked the game so much, that they worked with the original developers to get the appropriate access to bring the game over to the Wii U eShop. In an interview I conducted with them, Neko Entertainment stated that they thought it was something great, but the touch controls didn’t provide it the precision that it needed. While Europe has had the game for a few weeks, North Americans finally get the opportunity to try out the game for themselves. The game certainly has a very charming, cutesy style to it, but how well does it play?" (Kung Fu Rabbit, Wii U) 8.0/10

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