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Kung Fu Panda 2 (Kinect)

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Fun physical gaming, but lots of fighting.

Game Xbox 360 2011
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Kung Fu Panda 2 (Kinect) is a game very well suited to the full-body motion controls of the Kinect system. There’s a great visceral thrill in swinging your arms and legs around to make Po perform cool kung fu moves. Granted, your motions aren’t nearly as complicated as the fancy, fluid maneuvers that the panda pulls off onscreen, but there’s still a lot of physical fun as you block, sweep, and jump. The cart racing and bowl balancing bits are very enjoyable as well, and will have you bobbing and weaving with glee. And being able to yell out the name of an ally and have them show up to help you is just plain cool. The story is a bit slow-moving, and the cinematic scenes can go on long enough to annoy impatient players, but the plot is secondary in a game like this. Overall, this is a very high-caliber movie tie-in.

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