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  • Summary: [Xbox Live Arcade] Han Tao, General of a Thousand Victories, has pledged his life to protect the legendary Star of Destiny, a mysterious artifact recently stolen by the Evil Overlord. Han Tao will face a cavalcade of enemies, ranging from standard grunts to undead horrors in his quest to recover the sacred Star. Luckily Han Tao is well versed in intense combos, slick counter-moves, the art of deadly weapons, and mystical Zen attacks. By filling up Han Tao’s Zen Meter with punishing combos and well timed dodges, players can unlock the full potential of his true power and decimate the opposition. Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao offers a variety of modes for both online and local play: Team up with a partner and take on the Evil Overload’s diabolical army through Story Mode Co-op. Carefully battle through each stage with increased difficulty and a shared Zen Meter. Combat techniques learned through the single player game will serve players well as all-out brawls will leave stragglers in the dust. Endurance Mode has players battling an endless stream of enemies under a specific time limit. Post your scores online for bragging rights. [Namco Bandai Games] Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 14
  2. Negative: 2 out of 14
  1. A fun little brawler with an addictive and fast-flowing feel. [Issue#51, p.104]
  2. An entertaining game, but one without a ton of variety.
  3. If you’re a hardcore fan of side-scrolling brawlers from the NES era and you’re looking for something to scratch that nostalgic itch, definitely give Invincible Tiger a look.
  4. Maddening difficulty spikes. [Nov 2009, p.84]
  5. A decent diversion, but far from a black belt. [Nov 2009, p.98]
  6. The visuals are fancy, but this kung fu game suffers from uninspired combat and unresponsive controls.
  7. 3D graphics may be the future, but this dull beat 'em-up is unlikely to convince you of the fact.

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Score distribution:
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  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 0 out of 1