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Release Date: 07/01/1992
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Price: $76.98 - $174.95
The complete condition of pre-owned Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu includes Manual, Box, Sleeve
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A platform action game based on the master of martial arts movies, Hudson has chosen cute over realistic and set the game in traditional, if fantastical, old China. Naturally, a young lady-friend has been kidnapped by an evil guy in a black cloak (happens all the time) and it's down to you to run, jump, dodge and bash your way through many different areas to get her back. The game plays at a fair pace and some stages have a large variety of sub-levels to work through. Aside from the normal running and jumping, there are also places where you have to use more precision to judge moving platforms, and others where you need to jump quickly to escape rising lava. Aside from the normal punching and kicking, there are two types of special attack. The first is a ball of energy that you expel Dragon Ball style by holding and releasing the attack button. The other is a specific move, picked up from jumping frogs, that could be either a low spinning kick, a high kick or somesuch.
These froggies also drop bowls of food that restore your energy. As a bonus, there are also several mini-games which are found by kicking invisible bells in the landscape when you hear a ringing noise close by. These games include kicking fish, jumping on clouds for fruit, punching a huge rock and a familiar wooden man.
What does "Complete" mean?
Many people consider a TurboGrafx-16 with the jewel case and manual to be complete, but at eStarland we aren't satified unless the original cardboard box is included as well. Not all games for the TurboGrafx-16 system included jewel cases, many of the games released later in the console's life simply had the HuCard in a plastic tray inside the cardboard box.
The buy and sell value of Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu is based on how "complete" it is. When in the "complete" condition this used TurboGrafx-16 game includes: