Wii #2593 - Kung Fu Panda 2 (USA)

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May 20, 2011
  1. Chanser
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    How IN THE WORLD will this use the uDraw tablet?

    Anyway, first.
     
  3. DJPlace

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    like has allways movie games suck but the real movies are better. also i wonder if the uDraw thingy is required to play this...

    Edit:oh that sucks it is requried...
     
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    The only game I can think of that should have used udraw is drawn to life next chapter wii, but the udraw came after that. This? I bet it's something like "draw martial arts signs for kung fu panda to perform attacks".
     
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    Everybody was Kung Fu fightin- what the hell is this!?
     
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    Utilizing THQ's uDraw GameTablet for Wii, players of Kung Fu Panda 2 will control Po with their stylus to fight and defend Gongmen City in story mode. In drawing mode, players can color various pieces of character art and objects which will in turn populate the story mode, making the game unique to the player. There are also several awesome mini-games that players can enjoy playing as the adorable baby Po.

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    Those graphics look pretty up to par... for the Wii of course. [​IMG]
     
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    Hey cool, the first TV compatible DS game based on a movie!
     
  9. NamoNakamura

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    That actually doesn't sound that bad. If implemented well, it could be a lot of fun.
     

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