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May not hold your attention for long, but it's still fun. 0

Rag Doll Kung Fu:  Fist of Plastic is a remake of sorts of the PC Rag Doll Kung Fu. I’m almost sure you could play the original game online. This one on the other hand can only be played locally. One can only hope the developers will bring online multiplayer as a patch in the near future. Anyway, the game has four modes; deathmatch, king of the hill, capture the fish, and dodge ball. All but capture the fish can be assigned three AI opponents in the case you don’t want to wait for real people to...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

These are some dolls you definitely shouldn't play with. 0

Don't let its looks fool you; Rag Doll Kung Fu is a boring and tedious affair.To call Rag Doll Kung Fu a game is a bit of a stretch, and to call it a good game is a total lie. In fact, it might be one of the PlayStation Network's worst games. And not just because it's so insanely boring and repetitive, but because it had such potential. It was creative, it was goofy, and it had ninja dolls. How did it get screwed up? Why, with broken, unresponsive controls, annoying music, repetitive challenges,...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Kung Fu & Physics = A Deadly Combination 0

Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic has been one of the highly anticipated downloadable titles for the Playstation Network. It is made by Tarsier Studios, which consists of former Media Molecule guys that brought us LittleBigPlanet. For those who never played the PC original, Rag Doll Kung Fu is a four player free-for-all fighting game in the vein of Super Smash Bros. and Kung Fu Chaos. It has the charm that LittleBigPlanet along with a physics system that similar to that game in terms of platfor...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic 0

I remember when the original Rag Doll Kung Fu was released on Steam a few years ago, and it seemed like a neat physics experiment if not much of a game. The version put on the Playstation Network seems to use the same system with simplified controls, and it apparently has done so poorly that it ended up being more profitable to let users download it for free in a promotion sponsored by Sprint, which is how I got to play it. I screwed around with it for a couple hours, not cursing the time I wast...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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