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Video: Kung Fu Panda: Showdown Of Legendary Legends Launch Trailer

Prepare for the pandemonium! Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends is out now for 3DS and Wii U, and developer, Little Orbit has released a action-packed launch trailer to show it off.

The game is a 2.5D platform brawler, in the vein of Super Smash Bros., and sees more than twenty popular characters from the franchise showing up and throwing down. Players can fight up to 3 opponents locally, or online and enjoy more than 5 game modes, including “Tournament of Legends” Mode, Team Play, and Tag Mode. You can get a taste of the gameplay in the trailer below.

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      1. That might be true, but there’s no denying that the quality of the games themselves has taken a nosedive since the fifth (maybe sixth) generation of consoles. Think of Disney games in particular. Both versions of The Lion King and Aladdin are great, and to this day I can’t name a more beautiful NES game than Darkwing, just to name a few.

        1. Lion King and Aladdin were great… The art style played well with the console limitations and really were innovative in the use of different playing styles for different levels etc… I wonder if I (we?) are skewed with age a bit, but I think for sure the quality has gone way down with them to where games with film/tv licensing are absolutely toxic.

          1. Nah, I think it’s pretty obvious that they’re not as great as they used to be. Generations ago, bad licensed games were a rare sight, but now they’re the norm.

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