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  • Summary: Cats lived peacefully on their large tree until the emperor Shun, king of the gorillas, invaded their village. Kay, a young cat trained in martial arts, steps up to the challenges of protecting his village and finding his father. As Kay, you'll experience close-combat fighting while improving your fighting skills, acquiring new weapons and powers, and discovering secrets. The worlds, which include woods, swamps, caves, and more, re-create the look and feel of classic martial arts movies. Expand
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  1. A five-year-old PS2 game, eh? Terrific. [Aug 2010, p.73]
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  1. Oct 18, 2013
    Anthropomorphic cats versus anthropomorphic gorillas. What could go wrong there? Answer, everything! This game is utter trash, if you ask me. I only played the EU version, but I'm sure the same holds true with the US version. The engine the game is built on is literally the only thing I liked about this game. A short story, horrible graphics, characters that I'm not even sure WHAT they are, repetitive gameplay, horrible level layout, nonexistent AI for enemies, gameplay lag, and useless NPCs. Could this game be any worse? I honestly wanted to like this game, and all I got was trash. And there's no excuse for it either. This game falls in the 16 MB category, while DS cards can support up to 256 MBs of data. There is no reason why they couldn't have just had more features, or improved the gameplay or at least made the NPCs say your name instead of "Kay"! This game is not worth the retail price of $29.99.
    TLDR: Horrible game, don't get it.