IGN writes: "From the moment I picked up the controller connected to Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han, I knew I was going to like this game. I mean, any game that makes its start menu look like a movie poster from the 1970s is gold in my eyes.
Seriously, Invincible Tiger seems like it has a lot going for it. Earlier this week, Ryan Geddes brought you the nitty-gritty details on the title -- a simple downloadable brawler that's heavily influenced by kung fu movies and features two-player co-op. But this year's New York Comic-Con was IGN's first chance to actually play the game. True to its beat'em up roots, the controls should be natural to anyone who is familiar with the genre. The face buttons govern the simple actions of jump, kick, punch, and action, while the shoulder buttons cover dodging and using special stuff. Meanwhile, you can hit the D-pad to meditate and regain your health, but you'll be completely vulnerable while you do this."