Activision bought the rights to do the official game to the movie Kung Fu Panda, and the game has hit the streets in time for the movie. The US stores have it since a couple of weeks ago, while the UK got it last week and the rest of Europe this week. Inside you will find the first 10 minutes of the game, as well as a couple of images.
The video shows the first level of the game, which unfortunately is the same level as the demo available on PC, the Marketplace and PSN. The second level is a lot of platform-jumping and less fighting, so I decided to use this one anyway.
With the ton of games lately, I haven't been able to play the game more than a couple of missions. I really recommend the demo here, because it will show you how the game is. See it as a kiddy Ninja Gaiden, and a much better game than the average movie license game. The game is actually pretty advanced and you have tons of attack moves, and the little kids that have been around here have enjoyed it a lot. It also features offline multiplayer for up to four players.
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