Sprint has amazed me this week. I never thought I would ever see the day that Sprint backed a game being given out for FREE. The game is also available on the PC by clicking HERE.
They have given out via the Playstation Store:
Rag Doll Kung Fu – Fists of Plastic
I downloaded the game, and find it to be ok. Children will find it decent.
You play either against other live people, or against up to 3 computer players. Total of 4 players.
In the game there are numerous game modes that you can play. There are training missions that earn you goodies to use when customizing your character, and trophies are also in this game.
A few of the PS3 game modes are Deathmatch, King of the Hill, Dodgeball, and more.
I am an adult, so I can’t say that it is something for adults.
I give the game 7 out of 10.
Here is a full listing from the PC version website…
Rag Doll Kung Fu features:
|1. 16 levels of story mode, including a complete old style kung fu film!|
|2. Lots of secrets to unlock, including a music-mixer to allow you to remix the game music|
|3. Single player mini games:|
|Ninja Onslaught – battle the ninjas – what level can you beat?|
|Chu Chu Wing Pooh – use your aerial combat skills to knock the egg up the mountain to hatch a flying buddy, while fending off various adversaries!|
|Rag Doll Soccer – play soccer, Rag Doll style!|
|Rag Doll Athletics – try to beat the world record in Sprinting, Long Jump, High Jump, Distance Throwing, Distance Kicking.|
|4. Play with friends on a single computer!|
|If you have several USB compatible mice, you can plug them into your Windows XP computer and play multiplayer games with your friends, all on one 1 machine!|
|Athletics – compete with friends in 5 athletics events.|
|Movie Maker – you don’t have to fight! Chill with your friends and make a story by plugging in several mice and recording the action.|
|5. Play online with up to 8 people|
|Death Match – classic beat’em up action where you create your own fighting style!|
|Rag Doll Soccer – play in teams or individually for the highest score!|
Some features are only available in the full version. For details of the differences between the free and full versions, please see the faq.
Online play is limited to 3 minutes per session in the free demo version of the game.