Kung Fu Panda: Legendary Warriors (Nintendo Wii, 2008)
About this product
|The second Wii game based on the martial arts film, Legendary Warriors is more about martial arts combat than its platforming predecessor. Played mostly from an isometric perspective, the game involves a barrage of battles against outnumbering opponents. Mercifully, a second player can jump into the beat-'em-up action at any time, keeping the fight alive or helping to take down a big boss. Players perform their kung fu fighting using a customizable system of Wii Remote motions and gestures. All the film's familiar fighting styles are represented, with Po, Monkey, Tigress, and Shifu available for play. Po progresses through the adventure, alone or with a friend, by defeating enemies through 3D areas and fighting arenas on a quest to take down the oppressive Tai Lung. When the Valley of Peace is safe from the villain -- or just as a break from the adventure -- up to four can join in various multiplayer battles. Additional characters can be unlocked for use in multiplayer modes, by completing the story mode and by making a wireless connection between the Wii and DS versions of the game.|
|Game||Kung Fu Panda: Legendary Warriors|
|ESRB Descriptor||Cartoon Violence|
|Number of Players||1-4|
|Game Special Features|
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- mezzofortissimoDec 8, 2008by
Overall, a good buy!
We couldn't decide if we should buy this game, or the original Kung Fu Panda game that came out for wii first. We bought this because you can play multiplayer in the story mode, while the first one you couldn't. We got it for our kids who are 4 & 6 years old, and since it said for 10+, I worried it might be too advanced for them. Still, we bought this one and tried it out before having Santa give it. Instead of being out of their league, it has several parts of the game they will enjoy now, and even more that they can grow into, so it should last them until they're teenagers, I bet! Graphics are good, story line is fun, and overall very good use of the wii remote's capabilities.
One MAJOR annoying part is the font they use for giving on-screen instructions and the story line... they wanted it to look "Chinese-y", and the letters are too thin and small and that will make it quite hard for my kids to read it. I could play the game without getting really close to the TV, but if I wanted to read it, I had to be just a couple feet away to make out what it was saying.Read full review
- kanoeliehuakapu...Feb 2, 2011by
Kung Fu Wii Game
The game is great and nothing less than what I expected. I bought it for my son and he is feeling like it's a little difficult but he still has fun playing!
- todayheretodayJan 9, 2011by
Great game.really fun.If you like an energetic and visually pleasing game this is it.Everyone that played the game loved it.Highly recommended to all.
- sgam2501Oct 27, 2010by
Kung Fu Panda: Legendary Warriors (Wii, 2008)
Let's be honest....I would rather have my grandchildren play this game any day over the blood & guts games currently on the market. My grandchildren are small and loved the movie, so I took a chance. When it arrived, the 4 year old could barely contain his excitement. after the lengthy tutorial, we were ready to play. Both he and I got a great work out (he more than I) as he mimicked the actions on the screen.
The story mode feel a bit dark, however, the actions of the characters when in play are awesome! This has been a nice addition to a grandma's Wii game collection. Good entertainment, reasonable action, good morals, and NO blood and guts.
- sellthemallMay 27, 2010by
Kung Fu Panda
Great kids game. My son loves it. I have played it a few times with him. I am pretty limited in the gaming department and even I do alright with it. I would say it is aimed more towards kids up to age 12 or so. Good game. Good clean fun!!!