Kung Fu Panda 2
August 10, 2011 by USA Post
Kung Fu Panda 2, Rare are the times when I get excited about the opportunity to play a tiebreaker in the film on your mobile. Movie-based games have always been rather random, regardless of format, with studies often zeroing in the most banal of a franchise and run with it.
Kung Fu Panda 2: official mobile game makes no attempt to break the mold on this front. In fact, it sinks to new depths, both in terms of scope – or rather, lack thereof – and the design.
Despite Kaboom developer has tried to present the game as a uniform linear experience (with the rudimentary frame type that goes hand in hand with wooden license), Kung Fu Panda 2 actually consists of a series of matches based on mini- games, the movie naturally lead Po steal most of the spotlight.
The main attack in most modes is assigned to the “key (attack high or low odd assigned to ’2”5 and ’8 ‘accordingly), with its entry into the mini-game in hand that comes through a tutorial.
Once you have been formally introduced, Kung Fu Panda 2 dead a couple of bona fide challenges in their direction. However, as simple as it may sound, the installation is undermined by the lack of enjoyment derived from the games themselves.
Delivery of Kung Fu Panda 2 and execution are deplorable is charged to improve their reaction times in an environment where timing is an alien concept.
The first mini-game offering, for example, focuses on combo attacks to take out the enemies approaching from all sides. Your job is to hit the ’5 ‘key, while an indicator in the bottom of the screen slowly fills in five compartments.
The idea is to press that key just before each block is filled to the brim. Orange squares to fill at a slower rate than red, with his attack only if the record of five took off presses at the right time.
The problem is that Kung Fu Panda 2 has a habit of ignoring much of the press, and even those made at the right time inexplicably resulted in failure.
In short, an approach that is suitable for the purpose, but, unfortunately, is totally indicative of the game as a whole. This is a version unforgivable laziness, and, most importantly, a broken mess of a game that damages the credibility of the franchise in general.
An insult to the intelligence of the audience itself teen movie, Kung Fu Panda 2: Official Mobile Game is notable only to take the crown of mooring in the worst movie in the platform.
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