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  • Summary: Po, Monkey, Tigress and Shifu (Po and Tigress only on DS) return in an all-new action-packed journey to protect the Valley of Peace from Tai Lung and his minions. Utilizing motion and gesture-based controls gamers perform acrobatic jump attacks, wield weapons against foes and unleashPo, Monkey, Tigress and Shifu (Po and Tigress only on DS) return in an all-new action-packed journey to protect the Valley of Peace from Tai Lung and his minions. Utilizing motion and gesture-based controls gamers perform acrobatic jump attacks, wield weapons against foes and unleash powerful Chi Attacks by simulating customizable symbols featured on-screen. A second player can jump into the epic kung fu battle at any time to help chop, kick and punch their way to awesomeness in the co-op or multiplayer modes. [Activision] Expand
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  1. Overall, Kung Fu Panda: Legendary Warriors is quite fun to play, especially for fans of the movie or the first game.
  2. While the adventure is a short one I found it to be enjoyable and fun.
  3. The game isn’t perfect but if you want to buy your son or daughter a game based on one of their favorite movies you can’t go wrong with Kung Fu Panda Legendary Warriors.
  4. All gripes aside, Legendary Warriors is a nicely formed package that does a good job of continuing the movie's story. If you’re a fan of the movie you will definitely get a kick out of this. Who couldn’t use a bit more panda?
  5. It’s a simple beat-‘em-up that stays within the realm of tried-and-true gameplay conventions, but it’s addictively fun and offers real replay value.
  6. The DS version is a markedly better effort than its Wii counterpart. Rather than being confined to the Wii version’s claustrophobic combat arenas, players can traverse larger environments and thus gather more of a sense of actually being on an adventure.
  7. If Kung-Fu Panda is your absolute favorite movie and you’ve already memorized the first game, you’ll probably want to play this. Otherwise, Legendary Warriors isn’t worthy of your time or money.
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