Parents' Guide to

Power Rangers Super Samurai

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

Kids mimic fighting on Kinect; filled with fantasy violence.

Game Xbox 360 2012
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Power Rangers Super Samurai is a so-so video game. It'll likely only appeal to fans of the Power Rangers franchise. As with most Kinect games, like Just Dance Kids 2, this action-heavy fighting game is best played with a sibling or friend beside you. That is, you can team up with someone and fight the Nighlok at the same time and also enjoy co-op power-ups to increase damage temporarily (such as Mega Mode, Super Mega Mode, and Super Samurai Mode). Parents might also like the Training mode, which gives kids a fun martial arts workout session. Overall, the game isn't bad but it's not going to win any awards.

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