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Submitted by GamersXTREME 526d ago | review

Gamers XTREME - Kung Fu Rabbit Review (PS Vita): “A Charmingly Addictive 2D Platformer”

Glacier928: "Sony has really become a powerhouse of securing indie titles for their platforms as of late, and the Vita has a new indie game from the developers of Puddle, Kung Fu Rabbit. Originally, this title was released on iOS and Android devices last year by developers CTools, Cazap and Bulkypix. This Spring, Wii U received an enhanced version of the 2D platformer courtesy of Neko Entertainment, and has now been brought to the PS Vita. In an interview I conducted with them during the Wii U version’s release, Neko Entertainment stated that they thought it was something great, but the touch controls didn’t provide it the precision that it needed. The game certainly has a very charming, cutesy style to it, but how well does it play?" (Kung Fu Rabbit, PS Vita) 8.0/10

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