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- Jump, flip, punch, kick and use super powers to defeat your foes. Infinite combination of moves - use any style you can think of to defeat the enemies!
- In-depth single player campaign that takes you on an epic journey through 10 levels and 11 comic story sections.
- Comic book chapters and pits you up against everything from evil mini creatures to ruthless street gangs, epic wizards and 4-story tall club-wielding giants.
- Custom fight - choose the level, choose the enemies, tune the physics/speed of time and fight a battle you created.
- A full-body cardio workout in the form of entertainment.
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Kung Fu High Impact is a comic book style fighting game that puts you right in the action.
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My BIG lament is that Ignition Entertainment hasn't followed up with a sequel - or another similarly interactive game.
However, you need to be at least around 5ft tall to be properly displayed on the screen. When my 7 year old tried it, he was too short to be on the screen of an animation parts and also for the first stage where there are lots of tall grasses. The game still recognize you so you can still fight but your displayed body might be cut off. Same thing happens to any height person when you get too excited and get closer to the screen. Also the game need to be played at well lighted room, otherwise you will not able to see yourself clearly and see a dark shadow of yourself fighting instead. It gives you a good fun workout but will not train you how to fight. ha ha.
Only thing I didn't like was there was a bad word said in the beginning. I believe it was "Let's go kick some ---". I was very unhappy about that as we don't use that type of language in our home. I did have a conversation with my son about it and then I quickly moved on. So for that reason I will not purchase the game for another child, which is a shame because it's fun.
I think the kinect adventures is more my speed and even that left me pleasantly tired after a half hr of jumping, ducking, and running. Punching and kicking at the air (a definite must in this game) is good for pulling a muscle.
If you're energetic and love high impact games, give this one a shot. If you're worried about the price, check around. There are probably used copies on here or ebay. Hey, even my copy will likely be for sale someday. It's a game worth trying. I'm happy I did even though it turned out to "not be my thing."
I was hesitant about buying this since it seemed to be something that couldn't possibly deliever on its promise, but I'm glad I took a chance. It has been about THE most fun game I think I have for my Kinect sensor. Sure, it isn't perfect and has a few issues. Even the best games have their problems or room for improvement, but considering the novelty of seeing yourself on the TV as an action game fighter, I am willing to overlook the few twitches in gameplay and whatnot for the over-the-top level of fun & laughs it provides. All of my friends have gotten a huge kick out of becoming an actual video game character. It's even more fun if you dress up in a goofy outfit and see yourself on screen. Maybe I'll try it nude for even more laughs!? HA! Well, on second thought... maybe not. :-(
The first thing I like about this game is you don't have to follow a story line - you can just turn it on and fight. Following a story line or trying to reach an ultimate goal (other than kicking all the bad guys butts) is sometimes hard for my 5 y/o to follow. But he gets this concept very well, just turn it on and fight for 3 rounds. I did a 3 minute round and my arms were so sore and my lungs were burning! (And I run 1/2 marathons - so I'm not completely out of shape) This is a GREAT workout.
There is a learning option where it walks you through certain punches and things you can do to earn extra points or really defeat the bad guy, which is nice. But you also free style fight and it's great.
Cons: My son is 5, so he is short and sometimes it's hard for him to fight on the screen because the game doesn't seem to compensate for his short stature, so his punches are landing at the bad guy's knees - making it harder for him to win
Overall it's great. I'd recommend to purchase.
We don't have "hours" of fun with it - as after 15 minutes we are both exhausted. But then the next day we turn it on again. I will - and have suggested this game to everyone with a Kinect. Great family fun for those boys interested in boxing.
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a kickass workout through and through.