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Kung Fu Panda: Legendary Warriors

By Erin Bell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Lackluster brawler hard on the wrists and light on story.

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This game is a good game for young kids. My kids love this movie and the game and I do not think at any second that is is bad for them. This is has a bad rating do not use.

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The game is a more polished effort than the first Kung Fu Panda game on the Wii, but that's not exactly saying much. The gameplay is completely centered on fighting waves of bad guys, interrupted only by the occasional mini-game and a few lines of dialogue to move the paper-thin story ahead. Players shake the Wii remote and Nunchuk to perform various kicks, punches and special attacks, but the controls are so simplified and repetitive that combat quickly becomes tedious, and the constant vigorous shaking required will take a toll on both the equipment and the player's wrists.

Exotic music, humorous narrative by a darn good Jack Black sound-alike, and a fun if unsophisticated multiplayer mode are the highlights of this otherwise unremarkable brawler.

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