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Submitted by skynidas 2021d ago | review

GamesRadar: Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists Of Plastic Review

GamesRadar writes: "Minigames add high scores to beat but merely ask you to score using certain moves, playing dodgeball or dunking haddock in a basket, and character customisation is ace. We wish we didn't have to shake the pad to do a flying attack or fireball because chaining them together by keeping the analogue stick pointed at a target and repeatedly shaking, hurts our arms and kills our pride". (PS3, Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic) 7/10

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