Bogged down by inelegant motion controls, frustrating gameplay, and a sheer lack of content, Kung Fu Rider is a hard sell for Move early adopoters. The concept may sound enticing, but this is one downhill race you'll definitely want to sit out.
I wish I could wipe my brain of all memory so I could witness this masterpiece again for the first time. Sure, the controls **** ass, but the experience is what you're here for, and boy does it deliver.
This game is very good, but if you play it in a very long time, it will be very boring, I recomend to play this game with friends and not in long sessions, because its good, but alone, you will bore very fast
I really don't understand all the bad reviews. It's a nice game and full of challenges. Sure, it could be repetetive, but at least a mediocre game if you play it in small doses.
The game is basicly about riding random four-wheeled objects down the street, while kicking yakuza (gangsters), grinding on long poles and reaching the goal within the time limit. This is what you do the whole game. However, there's a bunch of locations and the premise works pretty good. With a total of 20 levels and 6 additional "freeplay" levels, there's a lot to do. It can be beaten within four hours, but even that is fine considering the price this game goes for on ebay. The music is just running in the background, but there was one particular (vocal) song that made me hum to it.
The only thing that really bothered me was the recycled areas. Some levels had obviously ripped off parts from other levels, which is really lazy. There's also some really unforgiving levels where the yakuza is impossible to kill, and even if you do manage to ride past them, the time limit will end you.
Play the game in small doses and it'll be a good ride, half a hour or so. I must admit I got tired after playing this non-stop for four hours, but I'm sure it would be better to take a break every five level or so.
SummaryKung Fu Rider sends players on a wild ride through the busy streets of Hong Kong. Taking on the role of private detective Toby or his assistant Karin, players find themselves on the outs with the mob. When Toby and Karin are confronted by mobsters at their detective agency, players have no choice but to grab their office chairs, hold on ...