Kung-Fu Live has an appealing premise and fun visuals, but I can't recommend a game that left me feeling so defeated.
Flawed motion controls and baffling design choices sap all the fun from this goofy martial-arts-themed brawler.
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There's a lot of fun to be had here, and younger players should get plenty of fun out of this product. For discerning adults, the allure may wear off pretty quickly, but not before a few hearty laughs.
The comic book presentation is enthusiastically funny, the freeform action concept is commendable and the technology itself, when it works, is promising.
After playing Kung-Fu LIVE, you'll hope Finnish developers Virtual Air Guitar get a lot of notice for their game, but you won't want them to step out of this inventive, fun little indie nitch they've found.
For the lucky few who happen to have the preposterous layout requirements, Kung Fu LIVE is a solid novelty title. Unfortunately, it's being marketed to an audience beyond those twelve people.
Kung-Fu Live isn't worth the 10 quid it costs on the PlayStation Store, especially when most PlayStation move titles charge just under double this price for a superior experience. Don't waste your PlayStation Eye on Kung-Fu Live.
One of the most imaginative and ambitious motion-controlled games ever. The only problem being that it doesn't actually work.