Yes, I got this game for free when Sony was giving it away. No, I wouldn’t pay the full ten dollars for it. Yes, it’s fun (especially if you’ve got friends in the room). Care for a bit more in-depth chatter?
The original Rag Doll Kung Fu always felt more like an art piece to me than an actual game. The multi-jointed characters moved with a pleasing fluid style and the control was experimental but ya know, it just wasn’t much fun to me. So I was a bit apprehensive about the follow up, Fists of Plastic, when it hit the PlayStation Store but what’s inside is a much more approachable and entertaining game with a fitting presentation of its own.
Check out my full review over yonder at NfamousGamers.com.