Saturday, December 17, 2011

Holiday Gift Giving Guide: Kung-Fu High Impact for the Kinect for XBox 360



Do I have the perfect game for you to give your teens and husband this holiday season – Kung Fu High-Impact for the Kinect for XBox360.  I was sent a copy of this game to review and include in my holiday guide, but never expected it be such a hit with my husband.  I can’t get him to stop playing it.  Smile

Kung Fu High Impact is the first of its kind for Kinect for Xbox 360--a side-scrolling brawler that uses the peripheral's incredibly accurate body tracking technology to insert the real image of the player on screen. The gamer will be literally transported into the action, as he or she will be able to see real-life combat movements interacting with the enemies and objects on screen.With a wide range of game modes to discover, a memorable story in the spirit of classic Kung-Fu films, compelling survival challenges, and a wild multiplayer mode, Kung-Fu High Impact delivers pure fun as well as a challenging gaming experience to test your fighting skills and burn calories in the privacy of your living room.


I have to say you truly feel a burn after 10-15 minutes of playing this fun and addicting game.  I have been working to lose the last of the baby weight I gained with Arabella, and this is definitely helping.  And, instead of watching a movie for date night last Friday, my husband and I spend a couple of hours playing this game.  Well, I played for about 45 minutes, and then sat back and watched my husband pretend to be Bruce Lee, as he showed off his fighting skills.  My husband couldn’t stop raving about how accurate the body tracking was for this game and how he loved the real-life combat movements.  And, he thought it was so cool that he was able to add his face to the player on the screen – making it feel more realistic.


With a variety of game modes, including multi-player and single player, you will be able to spend hours kicking butt with Kung-Fu High Impact.  My husband got so into the game, that he talks back to the characters as he is fighting them.

So, if you live with a Bruce Lee wannabe, or want a fun, high impact video game to give your teen or husband, for that matter, this holiday season, why not pick up a copy of this game today. 


Disclosure:  I was sent a copy of this game from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone.

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