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Submitted by SwilloTGL 1489d ago | preview

Kung Fu Rider Hands-On Impressions (TheGamingliberty.com)

TheGamingLiberty.com:

"The controls work really well and make you really participate in the whole game. By imitating a galloping motion, you send the character moving forward. A flick of the Move controller upwards initiates a jump and left and right turns are handled by turning the remote. You can also defend and attack yourself against attacks with button presses or whipping the remote around in a circle." (Kung Fu Rider, PS3)

Johnny_Bravo  +   1489d ago
This game looks so retarded lol
TotalPS3Fanboy  +   1489d ago
No way dude.
It's "...in many ways the most charming... ....title..." peoples "...have ever come across..."

I am not your father. But I will tell you this. You should read the article.

Many people compare it to Crazy Taxi. Very fun.
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