Thunderbolt Games: Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic Review

Nick Akerman, Thunderbolt Games: "As a package, Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic is a missed opportunity. By tightening the controls, sharpening the objectives and adding online multiplayer, Tarsier Studios would be on the end of unassailable praise rather than frustrated criticism towards their unfinished product.

The fact is, just like your Mum calling for lunch in the middle of those childhood quests to rid your bedroom of evil, the fun is lost due to a lack of immersion and control. The SixAxis moves are tiresome and unrewarding, as it's clear the game is most entertaining when it plays similarly to the acrobatic distinction of Little Big Planet.

Shamefully, Fists of Plastic won't have you reliving your childhood memories for long, as the tiresome challenges and lack of online execution will have you beating yourself up quicker than you can fling your joypad across the room with dragon-punch shaped irritation."

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thereapersson2668d ago

This game deserves more than a 4/10

monkey nuts2668d ago

When you get used to the controls the game delivers a rewarding experience if your prepared to put some time into it. And lets be honest thats exactly what the challenge mode is there for. I had a blast trying to get a fist of plastic rank on them. Could only manage a couple of golds and silvers, though I did get the trophy for getting the fish in the basket. All this game needs to be a great is online battles, its still a good game without imo.

Liquid_Ocelot2668d ago

4/10!!?? this game is tight!! it deserves more than that this ain't no vampire rain lol

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ScorpianusNoir2668d ago (Edited 2668d ago )

I downloaded this game a few months ago and really liked it. I didn't know that there is a charge for it, but it is a lot of fun.