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Alongside the tight combat system and art style inspired by Chinese calligraphy, Kung Fu Strike features unlockable techniques that add to the repertoire of agony for your enemies, support characters that can be called in to help when your fists fail you and special equipment that can potentially turn the tide of battle. What’s more, if you’re too weak and puny to go it alone, there is local two-player co-op and versus mode to prove you are the martial arts maestro.

Kung Fu Strike tells the story of General Loh, a warrior struggling to avenge his father’s death while around him ancient China spirals out of control due to warring factions that threaten to split the country apart. Will Loh find out who is responsible for his father’s death? Can he save his homeland from destruction? And will he ever discover what the mysterious ‘Zen Room of Emptiness’ is?
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