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Submitted by Cyrus365 2492d ago | review

PSX Extreme: Rag Doll Kung-Fu: Fists of Plastic Review

PSX Extreme writes: "We've already seen some uber-fun PSN titles, and that includes everything from the stellar quality of Wipeout HD and echochrome to the silly yet seemingly ceaseless entertainment offered by the likes of Magic Ball and Burn Zombie Burn!. We really couldn't be happier with the full downloadable games we've seen over the past year – how awesome was Flower? – which is why we were excited to give Rag Doll Kung-Fu: Fists of Plastic a try. Unfortunately, after spending a full afternoon with the game and learning of its inherent downfalls, we have come to the conclusion that while it might be worth a look, there are better options currently on the PlayStation Network. The problem doesn't necessarily center on the concept, but in this case, on the implementation. The controls are iffy, the fun factor suffers due to a general lack of direction that leaves us feeling unsatisfied, and we just found ourselves losing interest after a mere hour of gameplay. This isn't exactly what we were looking for, although we do applaud this title's originality." (PS3, Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic) 6/10

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